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Collection: Images from the History of Medicine (IHM)

Alternate Title(s): Aquilegia

Author(s): Blackwell, Elizabeth, active 1737., engraver

Publication: London : Printed for Samuel Harding ..., MDCCXXXVII [1737]

Language(s): English

Format: Still image

Subject(s): Aquilegia

Genre(s): Book Illustrations, Pictorial Works, Herbals

Abstract: Plate 409 from Elizabeth Blackwell's A curious herbal. Illustration of the flowers and seeds of a columbine plant.

Related Title(s): Is part of: A curious herbal, containing five hundred cuts, of the most useful plants.; See related catalog record: 2449056R

Extent: 1 print : 37 x 25 cm.

Technique: etching and engraving, hand-colored

NLM Unique ID: 101456778

NLM Image ID: C03125

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Owner: History of Medicine Division - NLM - NIH
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