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George Shaw & Frederick Nodder

Lot 45678: Shaw & Nodder - Violet-Blue Parrakeet. 7

Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books

October 8, 2022
Franklin, TN, US

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Description

The Naturalist's Miscellany was a monumental 24-volume work, known for its wide range of birds, reptiles, insects, quadrupeds, sea life, and botanicals. These prints are highly sought after by collectors for their extremely decorative and whimsical nature. George Shaw authored the work, providing details for the over 1000 species described therein. Fredrick Nodder was the engraver for most of the work. After his death in 1800, however, his son took over the position. This particular engraving was published between 1789 and 1793.

Each engraving features beautiful, original hand-coloring on woven, J. Whatman watermarked paper. The original descriptive text (sometimes in both English and Latin) is included with each engraving.

George Shaw was a doctor, Fellow of the Royal Society, co-founder of the Linnean Society, and a zoologist of the British Museum. He was also the first to publish a scientific description of the platypus which was done in his noted work with Frederick Nodder, the Naturalist’s Miscellany.

Dimensions

~ 5 1/2" by 9"

Artist or Maker

George Shaw & Frederick Nodder

Medium

Originally Hand-colored Engraving

Date

1789-1793

Condition Report

The work is in good to very good condition overall. The plate number is written just within the right plate mark. There is some faint offset or very light foxing or mottled toning which is common to the work. There may be a few minor imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions.

Literature

The Naturalist's Miscellany

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