Botanical Jacquin.


Icones Plantarum Rariorum, 1781-1786

 


Ruta legituna Vol 3 T76 by Jacquin
Antique copper engravings drawn by Nicolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727-1817)  from the later part of the eighteenth century and contemporary of Joseph Pierre Buc'hoz. Jacquin  born in Leiden, Holland but worked in Vienna  published as Nicolai Josephi Jacquin.  In 1752, the Dutch physician and botanist Gerard van Swieten,  friend of Jacquin's father, invited the young Nikolaus,  to  study in Vienna. Due to the recent bankruptcy of Jacquin Sr. he attracted the interest of Franz I, Maria Theresa's husband, whilst working in the Schönbrunn gardens. The Emperor  commissioned him to produce a systematic catalogue of the plants in the gardens, and in 1754, sent him to voyage to the West Indies to collect tropical plant specimens and live animals for the gardens at Schönbrunn and the royal menagerie.   Published as Plantarum Rariorum Horti Caesarei Schoenbrunnensis Descriptiones et Icones (1781-1786)  one of  five hundred fine botanical illustrations drawn by Jacquin and engraved by Scharf and Sedelmayer. Hand tinted unmounted £85 inc delivery




Ribes Petraeum  Vol 2 T49 by Jacquin
Antique copper engravings drawn by Nicolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727-1817)  from the later part of the eighteenth century and contemporary of Joseph Pierre Buc'hoz. Jacquin  born in Leiden, Holland but worked in Vienna  published as Nicolai Josephi Jacquin.  In 1752, the Dutch physician and botanist Gerard van Swieten,  friend of Jacquin's father, invited the young Nikolaus,  to  study in Vienna. Due to the recent bankruptcy of Jacquin Sr. he attracted the interest of Franz I, Maria Theresa's husband, whilst working in the Schönbrunn gardens. The Emperor  commissioned him to produce a systematic catalogue of the plants in the gardens, and in 1754, sent him to voyage to the West Indies to collect tropical plant specimens and live animals for the gardens at Schönbrunn and the royal menagerie.   Published as Plantarum Rariorum Horti Caesarei Schoenbrunnensis Descriptiones et Icones (1781-1786)  one of  five hundred fine botanical illustrations drawn by Jacquin and engraved by Scharf and Sedelmayer. Hand tinted unmounted £85 inc delivery




Lychnis Grandiflora Vol 1 T84 by Jacquin
Antique copper engravings drawn by Nicolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727-1817)  from the later part of the eighteenth century and contemporary of Joseph Pierre Buc'hoz. Jacquin  born in Leiden, Holland but worked in Vienna  published as Nicolai Josephi Jacquin.  In 1752, the Dutch physician and botanist Gerard van Swieten,  friend of Jacquin's father, invited the young Nikolaus,  to  study in Vienna. Due to the recent bankruptcy of Jacquin Sr. he attracted the interest of Franz I, Maria Theresa's husband, whilst working in the Schönbrunn gardens. The Emperor  commissioned him to produce a systematic catalogue of the plants in the gardens, and in 1754, sent him to voyage to the West Indies to collect tropical plant specimens and live animals for the gardens at Schönbrunn and the royal menagerie.   Published as Plantarum Rariorum Horti Caesarei Schoenbrunnensis Descriptiones et Icones (1781-1786)  one of  five hundred fine botanical illustrations drawn by Jacquin and engraved by Scharf and Sedelmayer. Hand tinted unmounted £85 inc delivery




Solanum Fuscatum  Vol 3 T42 by Jacquin
Antique copper engravings drawn by Nicolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727-1817)  from the later part of the eighteenth century and contemporary of Joseph Pierre Buc'hoz. Jacquin  born in Leiden, Holland but worked in Vienna  published as Nicolai Josephi Jacquin.  In 1752, the Dutch physician and botanist Gerard van Swieten,  friend of Jacquin's father, invited the young Nikolaus,  to  study in Vienna. Due to the recent bankruptcy of Jacquin Sr. he attracted the interest of Franz I, Maria Theresa's husband, whilst working in the Schönbrunn gardens. The Emperor  commissioned him to produce a systematic catalogue of the plants in the gardens, and in 1754, sent him to voyage to the West Indies to collect tropical plant specimens and live animals for the gardens at Schönbrunn and the royal menagerie.   Published as Plantarum Rariorum Horti Caesarei Schoenbrunnensis Descriptiones et Icones (1781-1786)  one of  five hundred fine botanical illustrations drawn by Jacquin and engraved by Scharf and Sedelmayer. Hand tinted unmounted £85 inc delivery


 
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Stellerai Passerina  Vol 31 by Jacquin
Antique copper engravings drawn by Nicolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727-1817)  from the later part of the eighteenth century and contemporary of Joseph Pierre Buc'hoz. Jacquin  born in Leiden, Holland but worked in Vienna  published as Nicolai Josephi Jacquin.  In 1752, the Dutch physician and botanist Gerard van Swieten,  friend of Jacquin's father, invited the young Nikolaus,  to  study in Vienna. Due to the recent bankruptcy of Jacquin Sr. he attracted the interest of Franz I, Maria Theresa's husband, whilst working in the Schönbrunn gardens. The Emperor  commissioned him to produce a systematic catalogue of the plants in the gardens, and in 1754, sent him to voyage to the West Indies to collect tropical plant specimens and live animals for the gardens at Schönbrunn and the royal menagerie.   Published as Plantarum Rariorum Horti Caesarei Schoenbrunnensis Descriptiones et Icones (1781-1786)  one of  five hundred fine botanical illustrations drawn by Jacquin and engraved by Scharf and Sedelmayer. Hand tinted unmounted £30 inc delivery cropped to the top so smaller slight marking plus hole one edge so opnly suitable to mount as a single


Euphorbia Diffusa   Vol 2 T88 by Jacquin
Antique copper engravings drawn by Nicolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727-1817)  from the later part of the eighteenth century and contemporary of Joseph Pierre Buc'hoz. Jacquin  born in Leiden, Holland but worked in Vienna  published as Nicolai Josephi Jacquin.  In 1752, the Dutch physician and botanist Gerard van Swieten,  friend of Jacquin's father, invited the young Nikolaus,  to  study in Vienna. Due to the recent bankruptcy of Jacquin Sr. he attracted the interest of Franz I, Maria Theresa's husband, whilst working in the Schönbrunn gardens. The Emperor  commissioned him to produce a systematic catalogue of the plants in the gardens, and in 1754, sent him to voyage to the West Indies to collect tropical plant specimens and live animals for the gardens at Schönbrunn and the royal menagerie.   Published as Plantarum Rariorum Horti Caesarei Schoenbrunnensis Descriptiones et Icones (1781-1786)  one of  five hundred fine botanical illustrations drawn by Jacquin and engraved by Scharf and Sedelmayer. Hand tinted unmounted £85 inc delivery very thin paper area to centre and some creasing


Rumex Glausuc  Vol 3 T69 by Jacquin
Antique copper engravings drawn by Nicolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727-1817)  from the later part of the eighteenth century and contemporary of Joseph Pierre Buc'hoz. Jacquin  born in Leiden, Holland but worked in Vienna  published as Nicolai Josephi Jacquin.  In 1752, the Dutch physician and botanist Gerard van Swieten,  friend of Jacquin's father, invited the young Nikolaus,  to  study in Vienna. Due to the recent bankruptcy of Jacquin Sr. he attracted the interest of Franz I, Maria Theresa's husband, whilst working in the Schönbrunn gardens. The Emperor  commissioned him to produce a systematic catalogue of the plants in the gardens, and in 1754, sent him to voyage to the West Indies to collect tropical plant specimens and live animals for the gardens at Schönbrunn and the royal menagerie.   Published as Plantarum Rariorum Horti Caesarei Schoenbrunnensis Descriptiones et Icones (1781-1786)  one of  five hundred fine botanical illustrations drawn by Jacquin and engraved by Scharf and Sedelmayer. Hand tinted unmounted £85 inc delivery


 Potentilla Astracanic  Vol 2 T92 by Jacquin
Antique copper engravings drawn by Nicolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727-1817)  from the later part of the eighteenth century and contemporary of Joseph Pierre Buc'hoz. Jacquin  born in Leiden, Holland but worked in Vienna  published as Nicolai Josephi Jacquin.  In 1752, the Dutch physician and botanist Gerard van Swieten,  friend of Jacquin's father, invited the young Nikolaus,  to  study in Vienna. Due to the recent bankruptcy of Jacquin Sr. he attracted the interest of Franz I, Maria Theresa's husband, whilst working in the Schönbrunn gardens. The Emperor  commissioned him to produce a systematic catalogue of the plants in the gardens, and in 1754, sent him to voyage to the West Indies to collect tropical plant specimens and live animals for the gardens at Schönbrunn and the royal menagerie.   Published as Plantarum Rariorum Horti Caesarei Schoenbrunnensis Descriptiones et Icones (1781-1786)  one of  five hundred fine botanical illustrations drawn by Jacquin and engraved by Scharf and Sedelmayer. Hand tinted unmounted £85 inc delivery crease centre of page from printing
 

 Arenaria Biflora Vol 1 T83 by Jacquin
Antique copper engravings drawn by Nicolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727-1817)  from the later part of the eighteenth century and contemporary of Joseph Pierre Buc'hoz. Jacquin  born in Leiden, Holland but worked in Vienna  published as Nicolai Josephi Jacquin.  In 1752, the Dutch physician and botanist Gerard van Swieten,  friend of Jacquin's father, invited the young Nikolaus,  to  study in Vienna. Due to the recent bankruptcy of Jacquin Sr. he attracted the interest of Franz I, Maria Theresa's husband, whilst working in the Schönbrunn gardens. The Emperor  commissioned him to produce a systematic catalogue of the plants in the gardens, and in 1754, sent him to voyage to the West Indies to collect tropical plant specimens and live animals for the gardens at Schönbrunn and the royal menagerie.   Published as Plantarum Rariorum Horti Caesarei Schoenbrunnensis Descriptiones et Icones (1781-1786)  one of  five hundred fine botanical illustrations drawn by Jacquin and engraved by Scharf and Sedelmayer. Hand tinted unmounted £85 inc delivery



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