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Birthworts (Aristolochia), chromolithograph, published in 1899 Featured Related Images Print

Birthworts (Aristolochia), chromolithograph, published in 1899

1) Pelican flower (Aristolochia grandiflora); 2) Ceropegia candelabrum; 3) Birthwort (Aristolochia bonplandi); 4) Aristolochia sipho; 5) Bulbophyllum beccarii; 6) Fly orchid (Ophrys insectifera, or Ophrys muscifera); 7) Stapelia pedunculata; 8) European spindle (Euonymus europaea); 9) Sarrion flower (Stapelia asterias); 10) Parachute plant (Ceropegia sandersonii); 11) Mandarin Orchid (Phragmipedium caudatum or Cypridium caudatum); 12) Italian arum (Arum italicum); 13) Lifelong saxifrage (Saxifraga paniculata, or Saxifraga aizoon); 14) Arum crinitum; 15) Marsh grass of Parnassus (Parnassia palustris); 16) Nippon lily (Rohdea japonica); 17) Titan arum (Amorphophallus titanum); 18) Rafflesia patma; 19) Night-scented lily (Alocasia odora); 20) Venus slipper (Paphiopedilum barbatum, or Cypripedium barbatum). Chromolithograph, published in 1899

Pelicans illustration 1888 Featured Related Images Print

Pelicans illustration 1888

Illustrated Natural History of the Three Kingdoms Illustrierte Naturgeschichte der drei Reiche Franz StrA?ssles - Wilhelm Nitzschke, Stuttgart 1888

© Roberto A Sanchez

584874736, Animal, Animal Body Part, Animal Wing, Antique, Beak, Bird, Engraved Image, Engraving, Etching, Illustration, Lithograph, Old, Pelican, Retro Styled, Vertical

Falka by H. B. Farnie. Image of the character Featured Related Images Print

Falka by H. B. Farnie. Image of the character

All the following images are pages from the same flyer. This one shows the lay brother, Pelican, who supplies much of the comedy. Glass in hand, he is saying I wanted that badly. The managing directors of the Royal Comedy Theatre are listed as Auguste Van Biene and Mr Horace Lingard. Date: 1880s

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Auguste, Biene, Brother, Chassaigne, Comedy, Comical, Entertainment, Falka, Fat, Flier, Flyer, Glass, Holding, Horace, Lay, Lingard, Man, Men, Monk, Pelican, Plump, Popular, Rosy, Sandles, Theatre, Theatrical, Van, Wine