Edwards Botanical Register 1815 

Edwards Botanical Register

Antique prints of peony, rhododendron, rose, tulip, and more 1815

Edwards Botanical Register Double Prints

Antique large prints of peony, poppy, rhododendron, and more 1815

Edwards Botanical Register Bromeliads & Canna Prints 1815

Antique prints of canna, heliconia, billbergia, tillandsia and more 1815

Edwards Botanical Register Cactus Prints 1815

Antique prints of echeveria, stapelia, dragon-plant, cereus and more 1815

Edwards Botanical Register Protea & Banksia Prints 1815

Antique prints of protea, banksia, grevillea, callistemon, calothamnus and more 1815

Edwards Botanical Register Australian Plant Prints 1815

Antique prints of acassia, arthropodium, hovea, kennedya, and more 1815

Edwards Botanical Register Orchids

Antique orchid prints of cattleya, epidendrum, dendrobium, orchids 1815

Edwards Botanical Register Spring Blossoms & Berries

Antique prints of hawthorn, plum, pear, syringa and more 1815

Edwards Botanical Register Double Orchids

Antique orchid prints of cattleya, epidendrum, dendrobium, orchids 1815

Sydenham Edwards
The New Botanic Garden

Botanical prints of tea tree, trumpet flower, azalea, ixia and more 1806

Edwards Botanical Register Prints 1815

Sydenham Edwards was the son of a Welsh schoolmaster who attracted the attention of Curtis. He came to London to train with Curtis, and for 27 years most of the drawings in Curtis’ Botanical Magazine were his. As a result of a misunderstanding in 1815, he severed his connection with the publication and started the rival Botanical Register.
Ref: William Blunt  (1950) pp 192 – 193 ; Great Flower Books (1990) pp 157.

We are currently offering a selection of antique Edwards Botanical register prints published from 1815-1839. These are beautifully executed hand colored engravings on fine paper with strong plate marks, single prints measuring approximately 5 1/2 inches wide 9 1/4 inches long and double print 10 inches by 12 inches. The plates are in pristine condition, as fresh as the day long ago they were published with vibrant hand coloring, almost 200 years previously. The paper of these prints ranges from white to a light creamy color. Please review the photos carefully as they are very accurate.

 

 

 

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