C1853

[THYLACINE] New South Wales Wolf.

Artist:

Scarce early depiction of the Thylacine. History of discovery: The first encounter with a Thylacine was by the naturalist Jacques Labillardire on 13 May 1792 as noted in his journal from the expedition led by D’Entrecasteaux.  First description 30 March … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

[THYLACINE] New South Wales Wolf.

Date:

C1853

Artist:

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Lithograph printed in colour.

Image Size: 

138mm 
x 96mm

Paper Size: 

167mm 
x 113mm
AUTHENTICITY
[THYLACINE] New South Wales Wolf. - Antique Print from 1853

Genuine antique
dated:

1853

Description:

Scarce early depiction of the Thylacine.

History of discovery:

The first encounter with a Thylacine was by the naturalist Jacques Labillardire on 13 May 1792 as noted in his journal from the expedition led by D’Entrecasteaux.  First description 30 March 1805 was by William Paterson, the Lieutenant Governor of Tasmania, published in the Sydney Gazette.

Common names: Tasmanian Tiger or Tasmanian Wolf.
Modern binomial name: Thylacinus cynocephalus
First described: Harris 1808
Distribution: Extinct (Tasmania)
Reference: The Mammals of Australia, Strahan, 2nd edition. Page: 164-165, ill.50

From Bicknell’s, Natural History of the Sacred Scriptures, and Guide to General Zoology.

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