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Kiwi: Apteryx Australis.
Crustaceans: Tricodactyle Ponctue, Dynomene de Latreille, Macrophthalme, Podophthalme, Macrophthalme Tomenteux, Calappe Sandwichien. From the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
RARE: Shah Rukh. Chestnut Arabian Stallion, winner at Mysore and owned by the Aga Sultan Muhammad Shah of Bombay. From a portrait presented to Tweedie by the Aga Khan. Framed.
Variegated Jamaican Woodpecker
Set of Four: The Seasons: Agricultural scenes of horses: Autumn: Winter: Spring: Summer.
SOLD. After the life painting by Jan Savery. c1655, this elegant depiction was the source for subsequent illustrations including that in Alice in Wonderland.
SOLD. Black lobster with descriptive text: Founded in 1698, the SPCK is the oldest Anglican mission and publishing house of the Church of England.
SOLD. Gold Bridled Parrot Fish: Sparisoma aurofrenatum from the Bahamas.
Ex Museo Schadeloockiano: Four mollusc shells from the collection of August Martin Shadelock, parson of St Lorenz Nurmberg, after drawings by Johann Keller, Professor of drawing at Erlangen.
SOLD. Eurasian Kingfisher with a Blue Iguana of Nevis.
SOLD. Mongoose of Madagascar with a basket of fruit: Pet of Mrs Kennon of the Royal Household.
Manchurian Crane. Grus montignesia. Drawn from life at the society’s Vivarium.
Moths and Caterpillars: With a variety of flowers. Pl 3.
Paleontology: Iichthyosaurus: Fossil remains with skeletal details.
Bison: North American Buffalo having a gambol.
Acrida Viridissima, Acrida verrucivora, Pterophylla ocellata.
Lions: Asiatic Lion and Lioness, Bengal Tiger, Leopard and Jaguar.
Hound: Waiting For The Countess.
Female Rhinoceros and young elephant with tusks added by Edwards.
Hummingbird: Hypuroptila Melanorrhoa, Black-vented Plumeleteer.
Ex Museo Mulleriano: Five mollusk shells from the collection of Philipp Ludwig Muller, professor of Natural History, after drawings by Johann Keller, professor of Drawing at Erlangen.
Cormorant: Pelicanus Sinensis. Fishing Cormorant of China.
SOLD. Leopards: Felis leopardis. The Panther from Malaysia and the Leopard from Morocco. Drawn from life at the society’s Vivarium.