Nuts – 19th Century antique lithographs of pecans, walnuts and more which came from US Department of Agriculture Reports & seed company catalogues.
Nuts! USDA, U.S. Department of Agriculture Chromolithographs
The USDA published nutty art! These are old lithographs produced by the Department of Agriculture, illustrating the best kinds of nuts to grow, how to grow them and the best conditions to do so, storage, natural enemies, etc. The prints were all published between 1897-1913. The Dept. of Agriculture published great chromolithographs of pecans, almonds and even horse chestnuts. Each old print measures 5 1/2 x 9″ and they are cheep and cheerful at only $30. each. Click here to contact us.
Seed Company Illustrations, c.1900.
German Seed Company Illustrations of walnuts. These antique nut prints c.1900. @5×8″. They are old photo mechanically printed illustrations were used to show the end product to nut growers. Just as seeds are sold today, but these would have been in farm supply catalogs, or shown to farmers by salesmen. $30. each. Click here to contact us.
Go crazy for our old antique nut prints at Anne Hall Antique Prints. These are old photolithographs (photo mechanical printing, each color in a separate process) and chromolithographs (meaning that each color was applied by individual key stoned limestone plates). All of the prints were produced over 100 years ago. From farm to table these old prints will make great but nutty art! We have fun antique prints of nut varieties at Anne Hall Antique Prints! These old nut chromolithographs are cheap and cheerful. Inquire to see more. Here we have old lithographs of numerous species of pecans, almonds, walnuts and chestnuts. And don’t forget to look at other food prints including ones of vegetables and fruits, herb and spice prints, and wine prints.
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