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Botanical study of the coffee plant Coffea arabica showing the leaves, flowers and beans. Frontispiece plate to the monograph A short historical account of coffee; containing the most remarkable observations of the greatest men in Europe concerning it... with a... description of the coffee-tree... (and) an exact figure...by Richard Bradley (Emanuel Matthews, London, 1720). Inscribed above "The Coffe Tree". According to the preface to the work, Bradley drew the plant during a period at Amsterdam, where he stayed from 1714. Richard Bradley (1688-1732) was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1712.
Original: copperplate engraving. 1720[?]
- Image reference: RS-10234
- The Royal Society
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