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Grosser tempel in Mexico Zapota oder sapotbaum

Grosser tempel in Mexico Zapota oder sapotbaum

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Print shows two book illustrations printed on a single sheet; on the left: "Grosser Tempel in Mexico. No. 21" and on the right: "1. Zapota oder Sapotbaum, 2. Frucht Sapotilla, 3. Cacaobaum, 4. Cacao. No. 27." These illustrations have slight variations from earlier or later published versions, notably, on the left, an expanded view at the bottom and on both sides, and, on the right, in the identifications of the fruits on the key at top, otherwise, the details of the print are the same. These prints are either an early version or a later reissue for a subsequent publication.
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Stamped in ink on lower right: Map Division, Library of Congress Feb 21 1911.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).
May have been published in: Sitten und Meinungen der Wilden in America ... / Johann Georg Purmann. Frankfurth am Mayn, J. G. Garbe, 1777-81.







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