'Argentum' (silver) Johann Michael Seligmann
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An illustration of crude argentum (silver), marcasite, copper, and quartz. This sample was excavated in Schemnitz, Hungary. Plate 1 from Fossilium Metalla Et Res Metallicas Concernentium Glebae Suis Coloribus Expressae by Casimir Christoph Schmiedel (Nuremberg, Iohannis Michaelis Seligmanni, 1752). Inscribed, 'Tabula I. J. F. Kiefhaber ad viv. del. J. M. Seligmann sculps et excud.'
Original: engraving. 1752
- Image reference: RS-10342
- The Royal Society
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