Pelargonium, Stork’s- bill 1823.
The name comes from the Greek word palargos for stork. Showing Spear-leaved Stork’s-bill and Sorrel Stork’s-bill. It is commonly known as Geranium, but was first formally described in 1800 by German botanist Carl Willdenow. It is also known as Pelargonium australe, a perennial herb that is endemic to Australia
This beautiful copperplate engraving, hand coloured, on good quality paper, by John Pass, is from the Encyclopaedia Londinensis, published by John Wilkes, 1808.
Size 20 x 26. cms. Condition Very Good.
Price £60.00 /$75.00 (Plus Post and Packaging)
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