C1851

Physical Geography. [Botany]

Mapmaker:

Adam Black (1784 - 1874)

Detailed engraving of the distribution of plants according to their elevation From Black’s, Black’s General Atlas.

$A 75

S/N: BGAT-005-BOT–229971
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Full Title:

Physical Geography. [Botany]

Date:

C1851

Mapmaker:

Adam Black (1784 - 1874)

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Copper engraving.

Image Size: 

367mm 
x 250mm
AUTHENTICITY
Physical Geography. [Botany] - Antique Print from 1851

Genuine antique
dated:

1851

Description:

Detailed engraving of the distribution of plants according to their elevation

From Black’s, Black’s General Atlas.

Biography:

Adam Black (1784-1874)

A bookseller, publisher and politician born Edinburgh son of Charles Black master builde and mason. Educated in Edinburgh and apprenticed to John Fairbairn bookseller 20 March 1799. In 1804-1807 he was employed by the London publishers “Lackington, Allen & Co.”, later operating independently in Edinburgh from 1807. A partnership with his brother Charles Black and Thomas Underwood, trading in London as “Underwood, trading in London as “Underwood & Blacks” and in Edinburgh as “Adam Black” was dissolved 6 March 1813. He took his nephew, Charles Black into his partnership in 1834 and began trading as A & C Black.

Black was elected Lord Provost of Edinburgh 1843-1848 and member of Parliament 1856-1865 and consequently retired from the business in 28 December 1870.

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