C1810

Haliotis, Aquaria, Orthoceras, Dentalia

Artist:

George Perry

Haliotis- according to contemporary text, is considered &quotprimitive&quot. There are approximately 50 species in the world,around half of these occuring in Australia. Aquaria- The 1810 text describes the shell as spout-shaped, having at one end spiracles or breathing holes, capable … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Haliotis, Aquaria, Orthoceras, Dentalia

Date:

C1810

Artist:

George Perry

Engraver:

W.Miller 

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Image Size: 

225mm 
x 315mm
AUTHENTICITY
Haliotis, Aquaria, Orthoceras, Dentalia - Antique Print from 1810

Genuine antique
dated:

1810

Description:

Haliotis- according to contemporary text, is considered &quotprimitive&quot. There are approximately 50 species in the world,around half of these occuring in Australia. Aquaria- The 1810 text describes the shell as spout-shaped, having at one end spiracles or breathing holes, capable of pouring forth and receiving water. Orthoceras- 1810 text describes the shell as turreted, elongated, having divisions or cells. Dentalia is described as tusk-shaped, pointed the mouth round and wide.

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