Fossil deer horns Anonymous
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Fossil deer horns
Plate 12, from the paper "An account of some organic remains found near Brentford, Middlesex", by William Kirby Trimmer, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.103 (1813), pp.131-137. Two figures, identified by Trimmer as deer horn in his published plate notes. The work is inscribed above with publication and plate details.Inscribed below in faint pencil "Princes Island Deer only one with pedicle." Not signed. Royal Society stamp verso.
Original: ink on paper. 1813
- Image reference: RS-8602
- The Royal Society
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