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Set of Four: The Seasons: Agricultural scenes of horses: Autumn: Winter: Spring: Summer.
Mongoose of Madagascar with a basket of fruit: Pet of Mrs Kennon of the Royal Household.
Hound: Waiting For The Countess.
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.
Leopards: Felis leopardis. The Panther from Malaysia and the Leopard from Morocco. Drawn from life at the society’s Vivarium.
Moths and Caterpillars: With a variety of flowers. Pl 3.
Lions: Asiatic Lion and Lioness, Bengal Tiger, Leopard and Jaguar.
After the life painting by Jan Savery. c1655, this elegant depiction was the source for subsequent illustrations including that in Alice in Wonderland.
Eurasian Kingfisher with a Blue Iguana of Nevis.
Cormorant: Pelicanus Sinensis. Fishing Cormorant of China.
Hummingbird: Hypuroptila Melanorrhoa, Black-vented Plumeleteer.
Variegated Jamaican Woodpecker
Gold Bridled Parrot Fish: Sparisoma aurofrenatum from the Bahamas.
Bison: North American Buffalo having a gambol.
Acrida Viridissima, Acrida verrucivora, Pterophylla ocellata.
Kiwi: Apteryx Australis.
Black lobster with descriptive text: Founded in 1698, the SPCK is the oldest Anglican mission and publishing house of the Church of England.
Crustaceans: Tricodactyle Ponctue, Dynomene de Latreille, Macrophthalme, Podophthalme, Macrophthalme Tomenteux, Calappe Sandwichien. From the voyage of La Bonite 1836-7.
Manchurian Crane. Grus montignesia. Drawn from life at the society’s Vivarium.
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.
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.
Paleontology: Iichthyosaurus: Fossil remains with skeletal details.
Female Rhinoceros and young elephant with tusks added by Edwards.