Jonathan Riddell Antiquarian Maps and Prints

Birds Prints

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B0012Birds1. Il Tait Sou and 2. Il Toulou. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 142mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0011Birds1. Colnud de Cajenna and 2. Belicasse. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death. h 142mm x 94mm£12Image to follow
B0009Birds1. Gabbiano Col mantello grigio and 2. Gabbiano Variato. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707?1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 138mm x w 101mm£12Image to follow
B0010Birds1. Pavoncello and 2. Pavoncello Armato de Senegal. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 139mm x w 97mm£12Image to follow
B0008Birds1. Colimbo and 2. Colimbo Cornutro. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707?1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 98mm x w 140mm£12Image to follow
B0028Birds1. Lodola de prati, and 2. Lodola Pipi. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707?1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 140mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0026Birds1. Oca, and 2. Oca de Guinea. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707?1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 140mm x w 97mm£12Image to follow
B0027Birds1. Imantopo, and 2. Ostralega. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 97mm x w 140mm£12Image to follow
B0024Birds1. Cavaliere di piedi rossi, and 2. Pantana Comune. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 138mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0025Birds1. Colombo della Giammaica, and 2. Colombo Cavalieree. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 142mm x w 97mm£12Image to follow
B0006Birds1. Avocetta, and 2. Noddi. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 140mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0007Birds1. Ibi, and 2. Chiurlo. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 98mm x w 141mm£12Image to follow
B0023Birds1. Fou di Bassan, and 2. Fou Commune. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 138mm x w 97mm£12Image to follow
B0029Birds1. Tortorella Commune, and 2. Grosso Colombo Coronato dell Indie. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 140mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0022Birds1. Gambecchio, and 2. Gulbianco. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 140mm x w 97mm£12Image to follow
B0019Birds1. Lodola di Siberia, and 2. Lavariola. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 142mm x w 99mm£12Image to follow
B0020Birds1. Azurino, and 2. Breve delle Filippine. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 142mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0021Birds1. Ucello del Tropico, and 2. Gran Rondine de Mare. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 140mm x w 100mm£12Image to follow
B0017Birds1. Goulino, and 2. Martino. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death. Some staining above image. Affecting platemark but no mage itself.h 142mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0016Birds1. Gran Tetraone, and 2. La Femminae. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death. h 141mm x w 99mm£12Image to follow
B0015Birds1. Garzetta, and 2. Airone. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 135mm x w 94mm£12Image to follow
B0018Birds1. Sovi, 2. Moschivoro di Loreno, 3 Moschivoro comune. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 140mm x w 100mm£12Image to follow
B0013Birds1. Cocotzine Maschio, and 2. Cocotzin Femina. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 142mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0014Birds1. Ottarda, and 2. Piccola Ottarda. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 140mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0003Birds1. Mergo Oca, and 2. Mergo Oga Col Ciuffo. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 140mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0002Birds1. Secretario, and 2. Kamichi. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 136mm x w 96mm£12Image to follow
B0001Birds1. Fulmar, and 2. Ucello di temperta. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 142mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0004Birds1. Colquillade, 2. Rossignuolo, 3. Rossignuolo di muragalia. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 140mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0005BirdsKing Bird of Paradise, 1815. Published by Knightly and Childs in "The Natural History of Birds". Copper engraving with original hand colouring.h 100mm x w 90mm£14Image to follow
B0030Birds1. Pola delle Alpi, and 2. Pola de mustacchi. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 142mm x 95mm£12Image to follow
B0032Birds1. Guignetta, and 2. Permice di Mare. From Buffon's "Natural History" c1800. Copper engraving with original hand colouring. Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, 1707 to 1788 was a French naturalist. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists. He published 36 volumes of his "Histoire Naturelle" with additional volumes being published following his death.h 142mm x w 98mm£12Image to follow
B0041BirdsGuillemot, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris A History of British Birds from 1850, in monthly parts, each containing 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to further editions until 1903. Wood engraving with original colour.h 118mm x w 180mm£8Image to follow
B0042BirdsArtic Tern, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 118mm x w 180mm£8Image to follow
B0043BirdsSkua, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 100mm x w 160mm£8Image to follow
B0044BirdsGreenshank, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 110mm x w 150mm£8Image to follow
B0033BirdsWilson's Petrel, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each containing 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour." h 100mm x w 150mm£8Image to follow
B0034BirdsRock Dove, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each containing 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 110mm x w 180mm£8Image to follow
B0035BirdsRoss's Gull, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each containing 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 100mm x w 155mm£8Image to follow
B0036BirdsGlaucous Gull, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each containing 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 100mm x w 180mm£8Image to follow
B0037BirdsGreat Black-backed Gull, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each containing 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 115mm x w 170mm£8 Image to follow
B0039BirdsLesser Black-backed Gull, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each containing 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 100mm x w 180mm£8Image to follow
B0040BirdsPomerine Skua, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each containing 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 110mm x w 150mm£8Image to follow
B0038BirdsIceland Gull, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each containing 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 100mm x w 160mm£8Image to follow
B0045BirdsRoseate Tern, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 100mm x w 170mm£8Image to follow
B0046BirdsCommon Tern, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 118mm x w 179mm£8Image to follow
B0047BirdsSooty Tern, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 117mm x w 179mm£8Image to follow
B0048BirdsStilt, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 150mm x w 130mm£8Image to follow
B0049BirdsPeep, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 120mm x w 180mm£8Image to follow
B0050BirdsSanderling, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.£8Image to follow
B0051BirdsRinged Dotterel, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 100mm x w 110mm£8Image to follow
B0052BirdsGolden Plover, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.Image to follow
B0053BirdsRedshank, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 110mm x w 150mm£8Image to follow
B0054BirdsGrey Phalarope, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 90mm x w 130mm£8Image to follow
B0055BirdsPine Crossbeak, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 165mm x w 130mm£8Image to follow
B0056BirdsSiberian Crane, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 180mm x w 110mm£8Image to follow
B0057BirdsTwite, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 120mm x w 110mm£8Image to follow
B0058BirdsRed Necked Phalarope, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 110mm x w 135mm£8Image to follow
B0059BirdsSquacco Heron, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 120mm x w 135mm£8Image to follow
B0060BirdsEsquimaux Curlew, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 115mm x w 150mm£8Image to follow
B0069BirdsCourser, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour. Some marks showing on right hand side of image.h 170mm x w 120mm£8Image to follow
B0068BirdsRosy Bullfinch, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 180mm x w 118mm£8Image to follow
B0067BirdsNumidian Crane, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 165mm x w 115mm£8Image to follow
B0066BirdsRuff, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 145mm x w 100mm£8Image to follow
B0065BirdsTwo-Barred Crossbill, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 140mm x w 130mm£8Image to follow
B0062BirdsRed Grouse, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 115mm x w 155mm£8Image to follow
B0064BirdsPassenger Pigeon, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 175mm x w 110mm£8Image to follow
B0063BirdsBlackstart, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 118mm x w 182mm£8Image to follow
B0061BirdsAmerican Bittern, c1850-1880. Published in the Rev Francis Orpen Morris "A History of British Birds" from 1850, in monthly parts, each with 24 pages of text and 4 coloured plates. The popularity of the book led to several further editions. Wood engraving with original colour.h 118mm x w 181mm£8Image to follow