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Bookplate design entitled 'Waratah Panel - oblong'

by Henry, Lucien in Australia, Oceania, 1889-1891.
Design, 'Waratah Panel - oblong', from unpublished book, 'Australian Decorative Arts', watercolour and gouache over pencil, made by Lucien Henry, Australia / France, 1889-1891

Illustrated bookplate featuring the design for a waratah panel. There are three waratah flowers on a blue background with stems and leaves emerging from a gold circular holder. The design is shaped within an arch shape and is framed by a gold border.
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