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Boragmaceae L. Amsinckia intermedia R. Borago Officinalis and a moth

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  • Album. Flower drawings. Boragmaceae L. Amsinckia intermedia R. Borago Officinalis and a moth. Unknown French draughtsman. Watercolour and some bodycolour on vellum tipped in on album sheet, height mm, width mm, circa 1750. Notes: Containing 44 drawings on vellum, tipped in on the pages of an album bound in red leather tooled in gilt. The pages are grey rough paper with white interleaves and multi-coloured end-papers. Each drawing is contained by ruled margins coloured in gold and red.
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