More flowers, these being of the botanical print sort. From William Curtis’s “The Botanical Magazine,” the first edition which emerged in 1787 with plates by James Sowerby who produced botanical works of his own later. All of these images taken from the website of antiquarian bookseller Simon Beattie.

"Common Passionflower."
“Common Passionflower.” Page 29. Image © 2020 Simon Beattie. Fair use license. via http://simonbeattie.co.uk/blog/archives/4119/
"Purple Rudbeckia." 3.
“Purple Rudbeckia.” 3. Image © 2020 Simon Beattie. Fair use license. via http://simonbeattie.co.uk/blog/archives/4119/
"Persian Iris." 1.
“Persian Iris.” 1. Image © 2020 Simon Beattie. Fair use license. via http://simonbeattie.co.uk/blog/archives/4119/

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