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The print is a wood engraving printed in 1897. The sheet measures 10 1/2 X 8 inches and is in good condition aside from light age toning. Light bends and a very small hole in the lower right margin. The image is titled"H.R.H. Dr. Wales. F.R.C.P. The Popular Physician. It is inscribed across the top"50. Punch. Or the London Charivari. August 7, 1897. The print is a full page illustration from an 1897 issue of the weekly illustrated British humour magazine"Punch. There is text printed on the reverse side. The image is black& white. Although the scan may give the appearance of a rainbow hue. The print is shown on a black background in order to show the entire sheet. This is an antique print guaranteed to be over 100 years old. Buyer to pay $2.95 postage and handling in US. International shipping at cost- shipping calculated ... moreby location. I only charge actual shipping costs. The high international rate is due to the USPS postal rate increase in Jan. 2013. When they have nearly double their international shipping fees. I will combine shipping for multiple items. I accept Pay Pal as payment. You can still pay me without having a PayPal account. You can pay using your credit card without creating a PayPal account. Just enter via the eBay'Pay Now' button and you'll be directed to a page where you can enter your credit card information. If you don't have a PayPal account. You'll be automatically redirected to a secure page in eBay checkout where you can enter your credit card information. Thanks for looking. Please see my! Please visit my Wood engravings are a form of relief printmaking. They start as a block of wood that would make a solid shape if printed. Areas of wood are cut away to leave the final image. Two other common types of relief printmaking are the woodcut and linoprint. The wood engraving block is cut across the end grain of the block. In this they differ from the side grain blocks made for woodcuts. The depth of the block is normally"type high" and links wood
The print is a wood-engraving printed in 1885. The sheet measures 15 1/2 X 10 1/2 inches and is in good/ fair condition due to light age toning a small stain in the image and several minor creases. The image is titled"Monsieur Pasteur's Experiments for the Cure of Hydrophobia. Monsieur Pasteur in His Laboratory. Monsieur Pasteur Experimenting on a Chloroformed Rabbit. It is inscribed across the top"Nov. 27. 1885. The Graphic. 561. The print is a full-page illustration from an 1885 issue of the weekly illustrated newspaper"The Graphic. There is text printed on the reverse side. This is an antique print guaranteed to be over 100 years old. Shipping Costs: Buyer to pay $2.95 postage and handling in US. International at cost- shipping calculated by location. The print will be mailed in a mailing tube. I will combine postage ... morewith other items which can be mailed in a similar way. I accept Pay Pal as payment. You can still pay me without having a PayPal account. You can pay using your credit card without creating a PayPal account. Just enter via the eBay'Pay Now' button and you'll be directed to a page where you can enter your credit card information. If you don't have a PayPal account. You'll be automatically redirected to a secure page in eBay checkout where you can enter your credit card information. Thank you for looking. Please see my! Please visit my Wood engravings are a form of relief printmaking. They start as a block of wood that would make a solid shape if printed. Areas of wood are cut away to leave the final image. Two other common types of relief printmaking are the woodcut and linoprint. The wood engraving block is cut across the end grain of the block. In this they differ from the side grain blocks made for woodcuts. The depth of the block is normally"type high" and links wood-engraving to its history of illustration. When blocks and type would have been set together to print a page. Wood Engraving tool developed from metal engraving tools. When the image
The print is a lithograph printed in 1910. The sheet measures 11 1/2 X 8 1/2 inches and is in good condition aside from light age toning. The light white lines in the image are due to the scanner and do not exist on the actual print. The image is titled"Microscope. Plate 1. It is inscribed in the image"XVIII. 404. The print is a full page illustration from the eleventh edition of"The Encyclopedia Britannica" published in Cambridge at the University Press in 1910. There is another image of microscopes printed on the reverse side. This is an antique print guaranteed to be over 100 years old. It is not a later re-print. Buyer to pay $2.95 postage and handling in US; international at cost. I will combine shipping with other items. I accept Pay Pal as payment. You can still pay me without having a PayPal account. You can pay ... moreusing your credit card without creating a PayPal account. Just enter via the eBay'Pay Now' button and you'll be directed to a page where you can enter your credit card information. If you don't have a PayPal account. You'll be automatically redirected to a secure page in eBay checkout where you can enter your credit card information. Thanks for looking. Please see my! Please visit my
The print is a lithograph printed in 1893. The sheet measures 9 X 5 1/2 inches and is in good condition aside from light age toning. The light white lines in the image are due to the scanner and do not exist on the actual print. The image is titled"Illustrating the Taylor Freezing Cell. A Device for the Microscope. It is inscribed in the image"W. Scholl del. This is the name of the artist. It is inscribed on the edge"Report of Microscopist. U. S. Dept. Agriculture, 1892. Plate VIII. The print comes from"The Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for the Year 1892. published in Washington, at the Government Printing Office, in 1893. The print is shown on a black background in order to show the entire sheet. There is nothing printed on the reverse side. This is an antique print guaranteed to be over 100 years old. It is ... morenot a later re-print. Buyer to pay $2.95 postage and handling in US; international at cost. I will combine shipping with other items. I accept Pay Pal as payment. You can still pay me without having a PayPal account. You can pay using your credit card without creating a PayPal account. Just enter via the eBay'Pay Now' button and you'll be directed to a page where you can enter your credit card information. If you don't have a PayPal account. You'll be automatically redirected to a secure page in eBay checkout where you can enter your credit card information. Thanks for looking. Please see my! Please visit my
Here is an original Antique print featuring Microscopes. The 2 sided page measures 11 1/2 inches high by 8 inches wide and features. Illustrations and text. Use the link below to look for other prints like this. Check out my! Antique Prints ANTIQUE PRINTS Visit my eBay Store: fish_nyc Thank you for looking We Ship Worldwide All Orders Ship Via USPS Buy with confidence. All orders are shipped promptly with a tracking number. See my feedbacks! eBay best practices policies are followed.
The print is a steel engraving printed circa 1830-1842. The sheet measures 10 1/2 X 8 inches and is in good/ fair condition due to foxing spots The white lines in the image are due to a poor scan and do not appear in the actual print. The image is titled"Microscope. Plate CCCLX. It is inscribed"Geo. Aikman Sculpt. This is thename ofthe engraver. George Aikman. The print comes from the 7th edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica. Which was begun in 1827 and published from March 1830-January 1842. George Aikman. Sr. after employment by William Lizars the engraver, started business for himself about 1825 in Warriston Close, Edinburgh, where he produced the plates and illustrations for the Encyclopædia Britannica seventh edition. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. There is nothing printed on the reverse side. The print ... moreis shown on a black background in order to show the entire sheet. This is an antique print guaranteed to be over 180 years old. It is not a later reprint Buyer to pay $2.95 postage and handling in the U.S. International shipping at cost- shipping calculated by wieght& location. I will combine shipping for multiple items. I accept Pay Pal as payment. Thank you for looking. Ullrich. Please see my! Please visit my
The print is a copperplate engraving printed on laid paper in 1763. The sheet measures 9 X 5 inches and is in good condition aside from wear& age toning along the edges and foxing spots The image is titled"The Double Reflecting Microscope. It is inscribed in the lower right"T. Jefferys sculp. This is the name of the engraver. It is inscribed across the top"facing page 2102. Plate CLXXIV. The print comes from"A New and Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences Comprehending All the Branches of Useful Knowledge. By A Society of Gentlemen, published in London, by W. Owen at Homer's Head in Fleet Street, in 1763. There is nothing printed on the reverse side. The print is shown on a black background in order to show the edges of the sheet. This is an antique print guaranteed to be over 250 years old. Buyer to pay $2.95 ... morepostage and handling in US. International at cost- shipping calculated by location. I will combine shipping for multiple items. I accept Pay Pal as payment. Thank you for looking. Please see my! Please visit my Laid paper is distinguished from wove paper by the presence of thin. Parallel lines visible when the paper is held to light. The lines are usually a few millimeters apart. Laid paper is a type of paper having a ribbed texture imparted by the manufacturing process. It use was diminished by the 1790's by the introduction of wove paper(which eliminated the ribbed lines for a smoother printing surface. A copperplate engraving is an intaglio process. I.e. it is the grooves, rather than the raised portions that are inked. The steps are: 1. A drawing is cut into a copper plate using a burin, a metal tool with a sharp point, to remove the metal and create the lines of the drawing. 2. Ink is applied to the plate with a dabber or roller, and forced into the grooves. 3. The surface is cleaned with soft muslin. 4. A sheet of paper is laid over the plate. 5. The plate and paper are passed through a rolling press that applies pressure and forces the paper into the grooves to pick
The print is an illustration from a June 12. 1880 issue of the weekly illustrated magazine"Scientific American. The print is a wood engraving. It was printed from an engraved wood-block(see definition below) The print is matted in a 10 X 8 inch mat and is ready to be framed in a standard size 10 X 8 inch frame. The mat opening measures 7 X 4 1/2 inches. The sheet is in good condition aside from light age toning and being trimmed on the edges. The image is titled"Binocular Telescope with Microscopic Objectives. There is text printed on the reverse side. This is an original antique print guaranteed to be over 100 years old. It is not a later re-print. Buyer to pay $2.95 postage and handling in US. International at cost- shipping calculated by location. I will combine shipping for multiple items which can be mailed flat. I can not ... morecombine a matted print with a large print which needs to be mailed in a tube. I accept Pay Pal as payment. Thanks for looking. Please see my! Please visit my Wood engravings are a form of relief printmaking. They start as a block of wood that would make a solid shape if printed. Areas of wood are cut away to leave the final image. Two other common types of relief printmaking are the woodcut and linoprint. The wood engraving block is cut across the end grain of the block. In this they differ from the side grain blocks made for woodcuts. The depth of the block is normally"type high" and links wood-engraving to its history of illustration. When blocks and type would have been set together to print a page. Wood Engraving tool developed from metal engraving tools. When the image has been engraved onto the block ink is applied to its surface with a roller, paper is laid across the surface and presure is applied with a printing press or burnishing tool. As the nineteenth century progressed, wood engraving was used increasingly in periodicals. It was a practical means of illustration because, unlike steel- and copper- plate engraving, wood engraving did not have to be printed s
The print is a steel engraving printed in 1842. The sheet measures 8 X 7 1/2 inches and is in good condition aside a central publisher's fold and foxing spots The image is inscribed with a plate number in the upper right corner"Taf. XVI. The print comes from"Die Physik in ausfugrliche popularer Darstellung. Von Dr. T. H. von Poppe, published in Zurich by Friedrich Schuthess in 1842. There is nothing printed on the reverse side. The print is shown on a black background in order to show the edges of the sheet. This is an antique print guaranteed to be over 150 years old. Buyer to pay $2.95 postage and handling in US. International at cost- shipping calculated by location. I will combine shipping for multiple items. I accept Pay Pal as payment. Thank you for looking. Please see my! Please visit my
Antique early 1900s Finger Print Magnifier Tripod with Original Box. This finger print magnifier shows signs of heavy use. But maintains excellent optics(10x) The top pieces is a bake-lite or similar material and the paint loss shows the legs are brass. The box is in poor condition with tape in one spot, however, the graphics are clear. This is a very interesting piece sure to start dialog were ever it is displayed. A nice piece of early technology, Sherlock Holmes style.