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CINNAMON COCHIN HEN. by  Harrison (illus) TEGETMEIER -- COLOR WOOD-ENGRAVINGS) Weir - Ca. 1870. - from oldimprints.com and Biblio.com

CINNAMON COCHIN HEN.

by TEGETMEIER -- COLOR WOOD-ENGRAVINGS) Weir, Harrison (illus)

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London.: Routledge.. Ca. 1870.. Color wood-engraving, image size 8 X 5.5 inches on sheet 11 X 7 inches. Very good. Single plate from W.B. Tegetmeier's "The Poultry Book". Striking image of prize poultry, depicted by Harrison Weir who "poured out a lifetime of devotion to English poultry" (Norris, Books on Poultry and Cock-Fighting). Color printing by Leighton Brothers. Leighton was a pupil of George Baxter and became the printer and publisher of the Illustrated London News between 1858 and 1885. .


  • Bookseller: oldimprints.com US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 30404
  • Title: CINNAMON COCHIN HEN.
  • Author: TEGETMEIER -- COLOR WOOD-ENGRAVINGS) Weir, Harrison (illus)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: Routledge.
  • Place: London.
  • Date published: Ca. 1870.
  • Keywords: chickens, color wood engraving, poultry, print, zzprintg
  • Bookseller catalogs: Natural History - Poultry;

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