Le verre [print] : intérieur d'une verrerie.

Le verre [print] : intérieur d'une verrerie.

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Renard, Éd. (Édouard Antoine) 1802-1857.
Paris : Journal des mères et des enfants, [1862]
1 plate : lithograph (part col.) ; 29 x 41 cm
paper ink lithograph single sided
Other Authors: 
Delbrück, Jules, 1813-1889. Recreations Instructives Vol. 1.
Diolo, M. engraver.
Format of Material: 
Prints & Drawings
Bib ID: 
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Secured Stacks - Flat Files
Call Number: 
Unit 36, Drawer 7
Secured Stacks - Art Box Storage
Call Number: 
Print Collection, Print box B-4, Print no. 447?
Variant Title: 
Intérieur d'une verrerie
Central illustration is that of a glassworks. The four corners have vignettes of a bottle factory, a mirror factory, a peep show, and a boy using a spyglass. Interspersed are images of various products made of glass, including scientific instruments, a glass xylophone, a brush made of glass fibers, and a cap of woven glass fibers.
Also published between p. 144-145 in v. 1 of Recreations Instructives by Jules Delbrück, 1855-1867 (T48 .D34).
C. 1 was previously framed (unframed 9/2008); item number 21 (40 x 50 cm.)
This print is located in Print Box B-4, print no. 447?
C. 2 displayed in the exhibition titled "The Science of Glassmaking : 8 Centuries of a Magical Art", held at the Rakow Research Library, June 27, 2008-January 4, 2009.
C. 2 mounted on board measuring 37 x 49 cm. Print #447? This copy has a specially cut mat that has openings for the center and 4 corners only.