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001fung:
 
1874 Miscellaneous Fungi. Antique hand colored lithograph from a botanical text showing six different kinds of fungi, including mushrooms and truffles.
7x9 in. $40



002mushroom:
1866 Colored lithograph showing the Lagaricus Citri. -- H. Polyporus Todari. Lithograph by Frauenfelder, Palermo. Plate TAV.VII.
12 x 8 in. $40



003mushroom:
1893 & 1897 Colored lithographed set showing the Coprinus Comatus Fr. (Edible) in Plate II on the left and the edible Horse-Tail Fungus (Coprinus Comatus), Plate XXV on the right. Both lithographs were featured in the Report of Microscopist, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Sold as a pair. Each image measures:
9 x 5-1/2 in. $70



004mushroom:
C.1893 Color image of Edible Fungi showing 13 types of colorful mushrooms of the edible variety.
9-1/2 x 6-1/2 in. $40



005fung:
1805 Mushroom: Agaricus Mammosus. Rare hand colored copper engraving by Vietz, published in an 1805 botanical text. There is some light staining along the edges, but the image is not affected. Stains could easily be covered by
matting and framing.
7x9 in. $80



006fung:
 
Circa 1890 Agaricus Gambosus Mushroom. Old color lithograph by F. Leuba, published in a late 1800s German botanical text. Shows Agaricus Gambosus
 mushrooms from
several different angles.
 9x13 in. $60



007fungi:
1870 Colored lithograph showing the Agaricus Vaginatus, (Bull.), Plate VI. Lithographed by
H. Furrer, Neuchatel.
13-1/2 x 9 in. $60



008fung:
 
1790 Mushrooms. Hand colored copper engravings of three mushrooms from a French botanical text. Printed on hand laid paper. The French and Latin names of each mushroom are printed
below the image.
10x13 in. $150



009fung:
1900 Edible Fungi. Color lithograph of Cortinarius Evernius and Cortinarius Corrugatus mushrooms, published by the New York State Museum. 9x11 in. $50



010mushroom:
Color Clitocybe species of mushroom variety in 6 images.
9 x 6 in. $30



011fungi:
1900 Color lithograph showing Edible Fungi in Figures 1 through 16. Half the mushrooms are Amanitopsis Stranculata and the other half are Lepiota Americana. C. Fausel, Lithographers. Plate 44, from N.Y. State Mus. Mem. 4.
11-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $50


 




012fungi:
1900 Color lithograph from the Edible Fungi collection showing Russula Roseipes (Rosy Stemmed Russula) in Figures 1-7 and the Russula Ochrophylla (Ochery Gilled Russula) in Figures 8-14. From Plate 54, N.Y. State Mus. Mem. 4.
11-1/2 x 9 in. $50



013mushroom:
1900 Color lithograph from the Edible Fungi collection showing 21 Figures of assorted mushrooms, namely the Cantharellus Lutescens (Yellowish Chantarelle); the Craterellus Cantharellus (Chantarelle Craterellus); and the Cantharellus Infundibuliformis (Funnelform Chantarelle). Plate 56, N.Y.
State Mus.Mem. 4.
11-1/2 x 9 in. $50



014fungi:
1900 Color lithograph from the Edible Fungi collection showing in Figures 1-5, the Boletinus Pictus (Painted Boletinus) and in Figures 6-13, the Boletus Subaureus (Pale Golden Boletus). Plate 61. From the N.Y. State Mus. Mem. 4.
11-1/2 x 9 in. $50



015fungi:
1894 Color lithograph from Edible Fungi showing figures of the Morchella Esculenta (Common Morel); the Morchella Bispora (Two-Spored Morel); the Morchella Deliciosa (Delicious Morel); and the Morchella Semilibera (Half-Free Morel). From Plate 3.
Lithographed by C. Fausel.
11-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $50



016mushroom:
1894 Color lithograph from Edible Fungi, Plate 15 showing Amanita Caesarea (Orange Amanita). Lithograph by C. Fausel.
11-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $50



017mushroom:
1894 Color lithograph from Edible Fungi, Plate 36 by C. Fausel, Lithographers. Figures 1-7 shows the Boletus Castaneus (Chestnut Boletus) and Figures 8-12 shows the Boletus Edulis (Edible Boletus).
11-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $50



018fungi:
1894 Color lithograph by C. Fausel from Edible Fungi showing the Clavaria Flava, Claveria Cristata, and the Clavaria Botrytes
family  in Plate 39.
11-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $50



019mushroom:
1894 Color lithograph by C. Fausel from Edible Fungi, Plate 37 showing figures of the Polyporus Sulphureus and the Fistulina Hepatica
family of mushrooms.
11-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $50



020fungi:
1894 Color lithograph by C. Fausel in Plate 7 from the Edible Fungi showing the Acaricus Subrufescens or Slightly Reddish Mushroom.
11 x 9-1/2 in. $50



021mushroom:
1894 Color lithograph by C. Fausel in Plate 30 from Edible Fungi showing the Lactarius Volemus
(Orange Lacterius and
Orange-Brown Lactarius).
11-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $50



022fungi:
1894 Color lithograph by C. Fausel from Edible Fungi, Plate 33 showing the Boletus Subluteus and the Boletus Luteus which are the small Yellowish-Boletus and the Yellow-Brown Boletus.
11-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $50



023mushroom:
C.1870 Color images from Limacium showing Seven  Figures
of mushrooms.
9 x 6 in. $30



024fungi:
C.1870 Color images from Lepiota showing 3 Figures of the Lepiota gracilenta (Krombh); the Clypeolaria (Bull.), and the Erminea (Fr.).
9 x 6 in. $30



025mushroom:
1900 Color lithograph by C. Fausel from Edible Fungi, Plate 47 showing the Clitocybe Multiformis and the Collybia Velutipes or the Velvet Stemmed Collybia.
11-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $50



026fungi:
C.1870 Color images from Pacillus showing Five figures of mushrooms.
9 x 6 in. $30



027mushroom:
1900 Color lithograph by C. Fausel from Edible Fungi, Plate 51 showing figures of the Hycrophorus Laricinus, the Hycrophorus Speciosus, and the Hycrophorus Chlorophanus.
11-1/2 x 9 in. $50



028fungi:
1894 C. Fausel color lithograph from Plate 42, Poisonous Fungi showing the Amanita Muscaria (Fly Amanita).
11-1/2 x 9-1/2 in. $60



029mushroom:
1890 Color lithograph from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Report from Microscopist showing Twelve Poisonous Mushrooms.
9 x 5-1/2 in. $40


 


 
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