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  1. Crusader
  2. Thrushes and Nest
  3. The Frog and the Ox, illustration from 'Le Petit Journal'
  4. Historic illustration of Winter Gem Rose from 20th century
  5. The Battle At Pittsburg Landing, Also Known As The Battle Of Shiloh, Tennessee, 1862
  6. Jardine Butterflies II
  7. Audubon: Sapsucker
  8. The Coronation Chair In Westminster Abbey
  9. Cassel Tropical Birds IV
  10. The appointed time, illustration from Bleak House by Charles Dickens (1812-70)
  11. Ruffed Grouse, 1865
  12. Ivory Gull
  13. Golden-crowned Kinglet
  14. Flower Garden Varietals IV
  15. Half Bred Shepherd Dog With Hostile Intentions
  16. Illustration By Sir John Gilbert Of Joan La Pucelle, Or Joan Of Arc In King Henry VI
  17. A male cougar, also known as a puma or mountain lion
  18. One Of the Real Heroes Of Hard Marching, 10th Cavalry, 1888
  19. Illustration From Grimm's Fairy Tale, The Gnome
  20. Ascidiae
  21. Virginian Rail
  22. Nozeman Common Teal Nest
  23. The Conjuror, engraved by Louis Charles Ruotte, c.1807
  24. Audubon: Booby
  25. Mineralogie IV
  26. Swimming lessons for otters
  27. The Frogs and the Well, illustration from Aesop's Fables
  28. The Adirondack Woods
  29. Sir Thomas More, 1478 To 1535, In Prison
  30. David Copperfield. Illustration for the Charles Dickens novel David Copperfield
  31. Windowleaf
  32. Louisiana Tanager
  33. Spa Peonies IV
  34. Lisbon, Convent Of St. Geronymo, Belem
  35. Knorr Shells V
  36. 1833 Jardine Papio sylvanus baboon
  37. King Henry VIII Of England And His Six Wives
  38. Instruments Of Mathematical Precision For Designing Objects In Perspective
  39. Vesper Sparrow
  40. Mountain, or sewellel, beaver
  41. Alice in Wonderland
  42. The Great Mosque, Cordoba, Spain
  43. Knorr Shells IV
  44. Dalmatian
  45. The Opening Scene Of The Great Civil War
  46. Domestic Cat and Angora Cat, Domestic Animals, from de Buffon
  47. Title Page Of Bleak House. Illustration From The Book Bleak House By Charles Dickens
  48. Richelieu celebrating Mass at the Camp of La Rochelle before the Army