Botanical Dillenius / Eltham.


Johann Jakob Dillenius 1732

Johann Jakob Dillenius (1684-1747), a German botanist, cataloged the rare plants in the collection of James Sherard, at Eltham in London **Linnaeus, Dillenius and Oxford / Linnaeus visited the University of Oxford Botanic Garden in 1736 where he met Dillenius. John Jacob Dillenius (1684-1747), originally from Germany, became the first Sherardian Professor of Botany in 1734. Previously he had worked in James Sherard’s garden at Eltham and published a two volume work of these plants Hortus Elthamensis in 1732, with 324 plates drawn and engraved by himself. A copy of this book is still held in Plant Sciences Library and original specimens are in Dillenius’ herbarium in Oxford University Herbaria. The initial meeting of these two botanists (who did not share a common language) did not go well. However Dillenius soon became very impressed by Linnaeus and his new radical way of classifying the world’s plants and they soon became the best of friends. When Linnaeus left after a week, Dillenius was in tears and offered Linnaeus half of his professorial stipend to remain in Oxford. They corresponded for the rest of their lives and exchanged dried plants and seeds. Many of the specimens Linnaeus sent to Dillenius had been cited in his Flora Lapponica, 1737. Dillenius sent Linnaeus copies of his own publication, the Hortus Elthamensis and the Historia Muscorum, 1741 which Linnaeus cites frequently in Species Plantarum.





Geranium Batrachoides

 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



Toxicodendron Folis Alatis Fructu Rhomboide
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



Anonis alopecucoides mitis annua purpurascens
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



Spermacoce verticillata L. as Spermacoce verticillis globosis
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected




Anisodontea capensis (L.) as Malva Capensis frutescens, Grossulariae folio majore, hirsuto
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected




Geranium carolinianum L. as Geranium columbinum Carolinum capsulis nigris hirsutis
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected




Ketmia
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



Solidago altissima L. as Virga aurea Americana hirsuta, radice odorata
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



Commelina erecta L. as Commelina erecta, flore ampliore subcoeruleo
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



Physalis angulata L. as Alkekengi indicum glabrum Capsicifolio
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



Celastraceae - Cassine peragua - Phillyrea capensis, folio celastri
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



Lepidium bonariense L. [as Thlaspi Bonariense multiscissum, flore invisibili]
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



Clematis orientalis L. [as Flammula scandens, folio Apii glauco]
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



Cardamine
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



 Hedysarum trifoliatum scandens, folio longiore splendente
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected




Vernonia glauca (L.) as Serratula Carolinensis Virgae Pastoris folio
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



Commelina tuberosa L. as Commelina radice Anacampserotis
 Copper engraved plate with original colour from Johann Jacob DILLENIUS, (1687-1747). Hortus Elthamensis seu Plantarum Rariorum quas in horto suo Elthami in Canto coluit...Published by  Jacobus Sherard. London: G. Smith for the author, 1732 . One of 325 hand-coloured engraved plates by the author (numbered 1-167, 166 bis, 168-324), woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. This was the most important 18th-century work to deal with plants in a private garden. One complete coloured copy  from 250 listed as printed has appeared at auction in the past quarter century ( Sir John Soane's at Christies) . Dillenius, a native of Darmstadt, came to England in 1721. He adopted Ray's system, became Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford and 'one of the most important botanists of his time.' His 'magnificent' work (Hunt) comprises an illustrated catalogue of the rare and exotic plants in the gardens at Eltham belonging to his benefactor, the botanist and apothecary, James Sherard (1666-1738). The illustrations, drawn and engraved by Dillenius himself, not only show him to be a gifted artist, but 'were sufficiently accurate to be of considerable service to Linnaeus' These cost a few pounds more as original colour NOT later and from the better condition ie newer plate all are full page on a fine but quality paper and all as per pic any condittion issues being minor blemishes. . . . paints then were pigment based and are very different almost transparent .  £140 each inc delivery / cheaper collected



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