Regnault Botanical Prints 1774

 

While our images are electronically watermarked, the antique prints themselves are not.

Volume One Title Page RNU1 $NFS
Each print measures approximately 13 inches by 18 1/2 inches.

We are pleased to offer a selection of prints from “La Botanique Mise a La Portee de tout le Monde” by Nicolas François Regnault with most of the engravings by his wife, Genevieve de Nangis Regnault, published in Paris, 1774. These originally hand colored prints copper engravings described by Blunt as “Perhaps the most impressive French Botanical work of the period.”

The work includes both useful & decorative plants, including the newly discovered potato which Genevieve de Nangis Regnault described in an engaging & typically French manner as “possibly the only good thing that ever came out of America.”

Each print is on high-quality, chain-lined paper, with strong plate marks. Most sheets bear watermarks. There is an occasional very light fox mark, usually in the margins. Each print measures approximately 13 inches by 18 1/2 inches, and is accompanied by the original descriptive text & a copy of the title page.  Please inspect the images carefully as they are quite accurate.  These prints are in excellent condition, and over 230 years old.

The selection is of the topmost decorative prints from the entire work, and in size it is close to the Besler at a fraction of the cost.

We accept credit cards & PayPal. Washington state residents pay Washington state sales tax. Shipping for this item is $9.95. Items can be combined to save on postage. International shipping is $25 for any number of prints and buyers are responsible for all customs duties. Our environment is smoke free. We pack professionally using only new materials. All items are beautifully wrapped and suitable for sending directly as gifts. You may return any item within 7 days if not satisfied. To order, you may call us at 1-888-PANTEEK, or send email to panteek@aol.com

  


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