Early 1900 Pressed Dried Botanical Infirtile Frond Fern , Victorian Herbarium

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Pressed dried Botanical from a Victorian herbarium, circa 1900. There is a hand written description of the dried and pressed plant, Infertile frond fern, with attached sample.

Sheet is approximately 11 inches by 14 1/4 inches. Back side is blank.

Good vintage condition with wear around the edges and has darkened with age. Plant and paper are over 100 years old and fragile, with some missing pieces.

The photos were taken in bright lights, making the photos appear whiter than the aged creamy color they really are.

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