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Illustrations produced for the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, volume 99

Reference number: PT/73/2

Date: 1809

Description

Plate by William Clift intended for publication in Everard Home's paper titled 'On the nature of the intervertebral substance in fish and quadrupeds'. The paper was published in volume 99 of Philosophical Transactions.

The plate has been removed from its associated manuscript. The published plate was engraved by Isaac Basire.

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PT/73/2
Earliest possible date
1809
Physical description
Watercolour on paper
Page extent
One illustration
Format
Watercolour

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William Clift

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Everard Home

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William Clift, Everard Home, Illustrations produced for the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, volume 99, 1809, PT/73/2, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/pt_73_2/illustrations-produced-for-the-philosophical-transactions-of-the-royal-society-volume-99, accessed on 16 July 2024

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