Marine Life 1; .


Shells from Gualtieri's Conchology by Menabuoni & Pazzi


Hand-coloured copper engraving from "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright £300 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. Page edge on this one only not straight. . . . . . . .. .** if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded**
 



Shells Plate T14
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. .. . . . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded This is soiled minor  faint foxing











Shells Plate T3
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. .. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded in wash lined mount overs size for USA in mount





Shells Plate T93
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from the text to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded






Shells Plate T79
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from the text to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded










Shells Plate T18
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from the text to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded








Shells Plate T16b
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from the text to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded



Shells Plate T19
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright £160 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded



Shells Plate T31
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright £160 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded



Shells Plate T10
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright £160 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded




Shells Plate T25
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded




Shells Plate Tss
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded




Shells Plate T105
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded




Shells Plate T4s
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded




Shells Plate T36
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded




Shells Plate T66
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded





Shells Plate Tnn
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. t . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded




Shells Plate 71
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded




Shells Plate 64
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded




Shells Plate T5
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. Page edge on this one only not straight
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Shells Plate TSG
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery.
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Shells Plate T13
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery.
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Shells Plate T9
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery.
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Shells Plate T95
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. Mark to page edge
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Shells Plate TN3
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. Pressure offsetting from print to verso
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Shells Plate T27
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery.
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Shells Plate TS7
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery.
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Shells Plate T105
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded




Shells Plate 73 Scallops
Hand-coloured copper engraving f rom "Index Testarum Conchyliorum". from the set of 110 engravings
Drawn by Giuseppe Menabuoni(1708-after 1745) and engraved by Antonio Pazzi (1706-after 1768) who were both Italian painters, printmakers and Niccol'o Gualtieri was a medical doctor and professor at the University of Pisa, whose avocation was the study of molluscs. He devised a system of classification of the shells for this book. Menabuoni's plates reproduce specimens of Gualtieri's shells,many of which are still in the collection of the Museum of Natural History and the Territory in the Certosa di Calci, operated under the auspices of the University of Pisa. Page Size : 380 by 250mm. Published Florence 1742. Unmounted some text to verso stunning condition never been framed so crips and bright  £185 inc delivery. This has pressure offsetting from thet ext to verso ie indentations from the printing not noticeable when framed.. . hence oddlighting to accentutate faults. Page edge on this one only not straight . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded




  Plate 140 Fusi Breves
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes. £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded


  Plate 177
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes. £90 unmounted . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded


  Plate 66
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes. £90 unmounted . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded


  Plate 14
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded


  Plate 163
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded....s

  Plate 150


  Plate 26
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded


  Plate 128
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded


  Plate 130
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded


  Plate 148



  Plate 146
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded


  Plate 159
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded


  Plate 78



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  Plate 181
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded


  Plate 9
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded


  Plate 50



  Plate 164
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded




Shells Plate 75
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded



Shells Plate 71
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,

Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded



Shells Plate 76
By Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm MARTINI (1729-1778), & Johann Hieronymus CHEMNITZ (1730-1800) Published in Nüremberg by Gabriel Nickolaus Raspe and Bauer & Raspe, 1769-1829. from Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet. one of 432 fine hand-coloured engraved plates (on 431 sheets), heightened with varnish (1 folding), by C.B. Glassbach, J. Nüsbiegel, von Bischoff, J.S. Leitner and G. Vogel and others after A.F. Happe, Krüger, J.P. Degén and others,

Friederich Wilhelm Martini, a Berlin doctor, conceived the idea of publishing the first large-scale iconography of shells intended to describe and illustrate (in colour) every known shell. He completed the first three volumes before his death in 1778. The work was continued by Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz, pastor to the garrison in Copenhagen, and like Martini a member of the 'Gesellschaft naturforschender Freunde.' Between 1779 and 1795, he added a further eight volumes.  £90 unmounted  . . . . . . . .. . if a number are wanted please say as excess postage will be discounted or refunded



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