Borasus, Corypha, Mauritia, Caryota and Arenga

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Lithograph, unknown author (1885-1890)

“Palmen I” is the first of two stunning black and white lithographs that are part of the famous German encyclopedia Meyers Konversations-Lexikon, (Edition 4, volume 12), published by the Biographisches Institut and edited by Hermann Julius Meyer. This beautiful, educational pictograph includes different parts of the anatomy of five species of palm trees, Borassus flabellifer, Corypha umbraculifera, Mauritia flexuosa, Caryota urens and the sugar palm Arenga pinnata.

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Botanical illustrations restored by Palmer Brothers, in high-quality twelve-ink printing on 100% cotton paper. We use museum-quality, acid-free paper that offers a natural white with a soft velvety touch and a smooth surface, achieving excellent color reproduction and durability. Our prints are a careful selection of old botanical illustrations, of high quality and beauty, ideal for decorating your home or office with taste or as a gift to a palm tree lover. Available in sizes 30×40 and/or 50×70 cm depending on the model.

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