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Collected by Alfred Russel Wallace

...for my private collection and to supply duplicates to museums and amateurs’. The London natural history dealer Samuel Stevens handled all Wallace’s sales. In 1863 the scientific journal ‘The Ibis’......The collection donated to RAMM was said to belong to Ipplepen taxidermist Charles Dacre Garside (1881–1981). Given the dates he did not buy the bird directly from Stevens in 1863.......Alfred Russel Wallace inserted in The Ibis of 1863. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club. 138. 335-345. Smith, C.H. et al (2019). An Alfred Russel Wallace Companion. Van Whye, J....

Japanese triptych book

...bottom of the page.   Page 1: Utagawa Yoshitora 歌川芳虎 (active c. 1836–1887) Date: 1863 Signature: Yoshitora ga (芳虎画) Publisher: Maruya Tetsujirō (Enjudō publishing house) This depicts a scene at...

Fingle Bridge, Devon

Fingle Bridge is a 17th-century stone arch bridge over the River Teign near Drewsteignton. The bridge was once a bridge popular with travellers through the moorland....

Untitled: seascape

Drawing from Emanuel Jeffery’s sketchbook. He was based in Exeter and Topsham....

Marsh carpet moth

Drawings of moth larvae by William Buckler given to his friend Rev John Hellins....

Sampler

This sampler was made in 1863. Samplers were an essential part of a girls education. They taught the stitches necessary for marking laundry. This sampler is stitched in silk threads...

Barberry carpet moth

Drawing of barberry carpet moth (Anticlea berberata) larvae (caterpillars) by W Buckler. This album of 5 illustrations belonged to Buckler’s friend Rev John Hellins. An inscription on the first page reads:...

Barred yellow moth

Drawings of moth larvae by William Buckler given to his friend Rev John Hellins....