While our images are electronically watermarked, the antique prints themselves are not.
Each single print measures approximately 5
1/2 inches wide by 9 1/4 inches long.
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
Ref: William Blunt (1950) pp 192 – 193 ; Great Flower
Books (1990) pp 157.
We are currently offering a selection of prints
published from 1815-1839. These are beautifully executed
hand colored plates on fine paper with strong plate
marks, measuring approximately 5 1/2 inches wide 9 1/4
inches long. The plates are in pristine condition, as
fresh as the day long ago they were published, 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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