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  1. HUDIBRAS.

    HUDIBRAS.

    [TWELVE Excellent and most Diverting PRINTS; Taken from the Celebrated POEM of HUDIBRAS. Wrote by Mr. SAMUEL BUTLER. Exposing the Villany and Hypocricy of those TIMES. Invented and Engraved on Twelve COPPER PLATES, by William Hogarth.]
    Hogarth's 12 prints illustrating Samuel Butler's poem Hudibras, were among his favourite works. The work is a satirical polemic upon Roundheads, Puritans, Presbyterians and many of the other factions involved in the English Civil War. The work was written in three parts in 1663, 1664 and 1678 although an unauthorised edition came out in 1662. Although a little more obscure than some of his works, they represent an important stage in his development; Butler's comic narrative was the perfect subject for Hogarth to develop his gift for social satire. Learn More
    £300

    Date of Publication: 1806

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    Stock Code: 54502

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  2. Breda Apricot.

    Breda Apricot.

    Plate 146 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £275

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 67730

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  3. The Downton Cherry.

    The Downton Cherry.

    Plate 138 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £275

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 67737

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  4. The Marie Louise Pear.

    The Marie Louise Pear.

    Plate 122 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £275

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 67738

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  5. The Cole Apple.

    The Cole Apple.

    Plate 104 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £275

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 67740

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  6. The Cockle Pippin.

    The Cockle Pippin.

    No 136 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanial Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66027

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  7. The Morocco Plum.

    The Morocco Plum.

    No 103 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66029

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  8. The Barrington Peach.

    The Barrington Peach.

    No 147 with text
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanial Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66030

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  9. The Red Astrachan Apple.

    The Red Astrachan Apple.

    No 123 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanial Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66031

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  10. Bowyers Russet Apple.

    Bowyers Russet Apple.

    No 121 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66032

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  11. The Brickley Seedling Apple.

    The Brickley Seedling Apple.

    No 124 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's Pomological Magazine, published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and the first secretary of the Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66033

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  12. The Winter Nelis Pear.

    The Winter Nelis Pear.

    No 126 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66034

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  13. The Sam Young Apple.

    The Sam Young Apple.

    No 130 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66035

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  14. Hughess Golden Pippin Apple.

    Hughess Golden Pippin Apple.

    No 132 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66036

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  15. Franklins Golden Pippin Apple.

    Franklins Golden Pippin Apple.

    No 137 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66037

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  16. The Aston Town Pear.

    The Aston Town Pear.

    No 139 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66038

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  17. The Ribston Pippin.

    The Ribston Pippin.

    No 141 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66039

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  18. The Bezy de la Motte Pear.

    The Bezy de la Motte Pear.

    No 143 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66040

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  19. The Newton Spitzenberg Apple.

    The Newton Spitzenberg Apple.

    No 144 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66041

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  20. Padleys Pippin.

    Padleys Pippin.

    No 151 with text.
    This superb plate comes from the third volume of Lindley's wonderful and informative work entitled ‘The Pomological Magazine', published in London by James Ridgeway in 1830. Lindley was the very first professor of botany at University College London, and in time, he became the first secretary of The Horticultural Society. In 1838 he wrote the first book explaining physiological principals in horticulture and, in addition to this, he also produced an influential report that lead to the establishment of The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew in London. Learn More
    £95

    Date of Publication: 1830

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    Stock Code: 66043

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