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Entomology.  Order Coleoptera. NB Cistela is a Fabrieian genus & answers to the Cryptocephalus of Linnaeus. Genus Byrrhus G Anthrenus G Cistela G Silpha G Melyris by  G. (sculp) BEETLE) Fairman - No date.  Ca. 1805. - from oldimprints.com and Biblio.com

Entomology. Order Coleoptera. NB Cistela is a Fabrieian genus & answers to the Cryptocephalus of Linnaeus. Genus Byrrhus G Anthrenus G Cistela G Silpha G Melyris

by BEETLE) Fairman, G. (sculp)

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[London].. No date. Ca. 1805.. Copperplate engraving, sheet size 10 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches. Light foxing (mainly in outer margins), faint soiling in upper margin; very good. Copperplate engraving depicting 13 different insects of the order Coleoptera. Plate XII from Rees Encyclopedia. .


  • Bookseller: oldimprints.com US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 49436
  • Title: Entomology. Order Coleoptera. NB Cistela is a Fabrieian genus & answers to the Cryptocephalus of Linnaeus. Genus Byrrhus G Anthrenus G Cistela G Silpha G Melyris
  • Author: BEETLE) Fairman, G. (sculp)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Place: [London].
  • Date published: No date. Ca. 1805.
  • Keywords: Animals, engraving, entomology, Insects, print, zzprintg
  • Bookseller catalogs: Natural History - General;

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