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A naturally occurring crystalline form of carbon dimorphous with diamond. It is opaque, soft, greasy to the touch, and iron black to steel gray; it occurs as crystals, flakes, scales, veins, bedded masses, or disseminations in metamorphic rocks. AGID84

This term has 10,144 records attributed within our system.

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Dance of the Hours

Accession Number: 2357

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Caractacus

Accession Number: PD.183-1985

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Old houses at St Albans

Accession Number: PD.144-2015

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Miss Ryan. A study for 'The Huguenot'

Accession Number: PD.143-2015

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Camellia Japonica

Accession Number: PD.21-1960

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Hibiscus sabdariffa

Accession Number: PD.122-1973.29

An image of Drawing

Heliotropium corymbosum

Accession Number: PD.122-1973.32

An image of Drawing

Rosa damascena versicolor

Accession Number: PD.237-1973

An image of Drawing

Myrtus pimenta

Accession Number: PD.122-1973.57

An image of Drawing

Rhexia pendulifolia

Accession Number: PD.122-1973.26

An image of Drawing

Marshmallow plant and a Papilio troilus

Accession Number: PD.98-1973.10

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Rosa campestris alba and Rosa canina

Accession Number: PD.98-1973.14

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Opuntia

Accession Number: PD.115-1973.38

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The Chimney-piece

Accession Number: PD.15-1953

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The South Gate at Yarmouth

Accession Number: PD.14-2010

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Edinburgh, the Castle rock

Accession Number: 1187

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Lindisfarne Priory

Accession Number: 1608

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A Country Churchyard

Accession Number: 735

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