Botanical Monograms 1882 Victorian F Edward Hulme 7-Piece Packet Antique Engravings

by PetitPoulailler

From F Edward Hulme's lovely 1882 wildflowers book, here are 7 engraved floral initials for your art, your jewelry. Each initial measures approximately 1.5" x 4" (4x10 cm) and each was lovingly cut (by me!) with an extra bit of text and margin in case you need that extra.

Frederick Edward Hulme (English botanist/artist; 1843-1930) was known as a teacher, artist, and amateur botanist. He was the Professor of Freehand and Geometrical Drawing at King's College, London from 1886. His most famous work was a magnificent nine-volume set on wild flowers.

This listing is for one packet of 7 initials - let me choose a lovely packet for you!

The papers have gently mellowed over these past 130+ years, with a lovely, subtle tanning. Perfect for jewelry creations, card and scrap-book page making, collage.

You are purchasing a 7-piece packet of original 1882 botanical monogram engravings and they do not have watermarks.

If you have a preference for the letters (they're varied), let me know the letter/s you're looking for and I'll do my best to fill your request. If I don't hear from you, I will send you a lovely variety.

Your package will arrive flat, protected, and by USPS 1st Class Parcel mail.

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