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Foxglove. Spotted varieties, Mixed

ca. 1935-1940 (made)
Place Of Origin

A seed packet for 'Foxglove, Spotted Varieties, Mixed' depicting an image of the plant.

object details
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Offset half tone print
Brief Description
Seed packet for Carters Tested Seeds Ltd., 'Foxglove. Spotted Varieties, Mixed', offset half tone print, Great Britain, ca. 1935-1940
Physical Description
A seed packet for 'Foxglove, Spotted Varieties, Mixed' depicting an image of the plant.
  • Height: 11.1cm
  • Width: 9cm
Marks and Inscriptions
Lettered with the name of the plant, name and address of the supplier, details of cultivation and 'By Appointment to the late King George V.' Stamped on the back in capitals and black ink 'DUMMY'.
Subjects depicted
Bibliographic References
  • Saunders, Gill. Picturing plants : an analytical history of botanical illustration. London: Zwemmer in association with the Victoria and Albert Museum, 1995. 152pp, illus. ISBN: 0302006524
  • Victoria and Albert Museum Department of Prints, Drawings and Paintings Accession Register for 1994
Other Number
2310 - product number
Accession Number

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record createdApril 3, 2009
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