fishes_bw-03741 - 003-Sword-Fish [4030x2278]

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003-Sword-Fish - high resolution image from old book.

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Width in pixels 4030
Height in pixels 2278
source info Published before 1923.
fishes_bw-03741 - 003-Sword-Fish.jpg
Animate creation : popular edition of 'Our living world' : a natural history v 5 (1898) http://'vxb.opr'/i/91158
Author: Wood, J. G. (John George), 1827-1889, Holder, Joseph B. (Joseph Bassett), 1824-1888, Prang, Louis, 1824-1909, lithographer, Brehm, Alfred Edmund, 1829-1884, Wood, J. G. (John George), 1827-1889. Illustrated natural history, National Zoological Park (U.S.), former owner. DSI
Volume: v 5
Publisher: New York : Selmar Hess
First ed. published under title: The illustrated natural history
'Complete in 68 parts'--Illustrated paper wrappers
'Fully illustrated with scientific accuracy''--T.p. to v. 2-6
'These Oleographs were copied ... from ... Brehm's Thierleben ...'--Publisher's advertisement, back wrapper, pt. 1
http://vlp.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/library/data/lit37862?
Some of the color plates signed: Ptd. L. Prang & Co
Hector Giacomelli (18221904)
Friedrich Specht (6 May 1839 Lauffen am Neckar - 12 June 1909 Stuttgart),
Gustav Mtzel (18391893)
Anton Goering (1836-1905)
Robert Kretschmer (1812-1872)
Eduard Oscar Schmidt (21 February 1823, Torgau 17 January 1886, Kappelrodeck)