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Elephant des Indes. (Elephas indicus), c. 1850

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Elephant des Indes. (Elephas indicus), c. 1850

Attractive rare hand colored antique steel engraving of a Indian Elephant, by Charles D’Orbigny, who was a French botanist and geologist.

Perfect condition, beautifuly coloring, Fine margins, printed on stiff paper, 17.5 x 27.5 cm.

Purchase code: P1080/AAET

Price: 190 USD.

 

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