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Tasmanian Devil (coloured engraving) Featured German School Image

Tasmanian Devil (coloured engraving)

1000651 Tasmanian Devil (coloured engraving) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Illustrator:Weber Engraver:Weber
From A'Die SA?ugthiere in Abbildungen nach der Natur mit BeschreibungenA, 1774-1855, published by Johann Christian Daniel von Schreber (1739-1810)
Tasmanischer Teufel, Beutelteufel, Naturgeschichte, Illustration, Tiere, SA?ugetiere, Beuteltiere
Sarcophilus ursinus, Sarcophilus harrisii); A© Purix Verlag Volker Christen; German, out of copyright

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Statue of Maida, reported to be Sir Walter Scott's Favourite Dog. (sepia photo) Featured German School Image

Statue of Maida, reported to be Sir Walter Scott's Favourite Dog. (sepia photo)

746717 Statue of Maida, reported to be Sir Walter Scott's Favourite Dog. (sepia photo) by Talbot, William Henry Fox (1800-77); Private Collection; (add.info.: Maida was a deerhound belonging to Sir Walter Scott, reported to be his favourite dog. Named after the Battle of Maida, which took place in 1806, he was a gift from Glengarry, a friend of Scott, and whose brother led the 78th Highlanders in the battle, which was a significant win for the British, against the French, in the Napoleonic Wars.); Prismatic Pictures ; English, out of copyright

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Mahajanaka Jataka. ca. 1910 (illustration) Featured German School Image

Mahajanaka Jataka. ca. 1910 (illustration)

6437883 Mahajanaka Jataka. ca. 1910 (illustration) by Laotian School; Private Collection; (add.info.: Religion Buddhism. The palace of King Polajanaka, uncle of Prince Mahajanaka (Buddha's anterior form), in the Kingdom of Mithila. Illustration in: Mahajanaka Jataka (Jataka: Tales on the Buddha's Anterior Lives), Laos, circa 1910. Coll. Share.); Photo: A© Archives Charmet; Laotian, out of copyright

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