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Bookplate design entitled 'Verandah Pillar, entablature and railing'

Designed by Henry, Lucien in Australia, Oceania, 1880-1889.
Illustrated bookplate showing a design for cast and enamelled iron verandah fittings. There is a column and architrave decorated with text, waratah flowers and classical leaf motifs with a dado featuring gold lyrebirds and a grey fish scale background and brick work at the top. There is also a design of cast iron lace with flannel flowers, a white cockatoo, scrolls and pierced disc to the right of the column. The background is plain black.
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