Antique botanical print, hand coloured, printed in 1859. The print is called Camellas and has two flowers, Augustina Superba and Caryophylloides.
The drawings for the prints where originally by the renowned botanical artist Augusta Innes Withers, with the engraving by T Dick.
The prints where published by Blackie and Sons in 1859 as part of a set contained within The Gardeners Assistant
The overall size of the print is 10 inches by 6 1/2 inches.
The print is in very good condition, paper will show ageing and small spots of foxing, line at top away from print area.