Fabulous Early Botanical Printable! Botany

Early Botanical Printable

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Today I’m sharing a Fabulous Early Botanical Printable! Shown above is a marvelous Antique Botany Print. This print is quite old, it dates to Circa 1790! I wish you could feel the paper, it’s very thick and almost feels like leather. This Botanical has the most beautiful Sepia Tones to it. The print features a Geoffroea Shrub and a Gracula bird. Interesting name!  So nice to frame up for some Instant Wall Decor! If you like early prints, you might also like another interesting one from the 1700′s, you can find that one HERE.
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Comments

  1. Teddee Grace says:

    I expect the Gracula is a grackle…looks like one…but have no idea what Geoffrea is. Let’s see what I can find…”Geoffrea inermis is a plant which belongs to the Geoffrea genus. The origin of this plant’s scientific name epithet (inermis) means ‘unarmed, without spines’.”

  2. I love it a lot, Karen. Thank you very much for sharing!

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