Unique private collection of Scandinavian herbal plants flowers, 1930-32

[»HERBARIUM VIVUM« OF SCANDINAVIAN PLANTS, collected by Arna Lundquist.] 64 specimen of herbal plants and flowers, mounted on cardboard. S.l.: 1930-1933.

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[»HERBARIUM VIVUM« OF SCANDINAVIAN PLANTS, collected by Arna Lundquist.] 64 specimen of herbal plants and flowers, mounted on cardboard. S.l.: 1930-1933. 2°. 32 cardboard folders with hand labelling on mounted tags in labeled green cardboard map with mounted tag, hold together by four textile strings.

Well sorted collection of dried and mounted parts of herbal plants and flowers, made by a certain Arna Lundquist which also signed the front cardboard. The specimen are mounted on cardboard with tags titled »Plantae Scandinavicae« and hand labeled by the collector with remarks on name, class, family, location and date. Additionally some of the leafs have hand-written remarks with pencil. The specimen cardboards are kept in 32 hand cardboard folders (numbered 1, 5-9, 12-15, 18, 19, 22-25, 27 (2 folders), 28, 30, 33, 38, 40-44 (2 folders), 48, 62-64, two folders not num.), labeled with and representing families after the scientific classification: »Amaryllidacea«, »Bicornes«, »Boraginacea«, »Caryophyllacea«, »Chenopodiacea«, »Contortea«, »Crassulacea«, »Crucifera«, »Droseracea«, »Legiuminosa«, »Graminea«, »Gruinales«, »Labiata«, »Lentibulariacea«, »Liliaceae«, »Oleacea«, »Papaveracea«, »Phacophyceae«, »Plantaginacea«, »Polanacea«, »Polygalacea«, »Ranunculacea«, »Rosacea«, »Rubiacea«, »Saxifragacea«, »Scrofutareacea«, »Slypericacea«, »Sridacea«, »Tiliacea«, »Umbellifera« and »Violacea«.

As usual some of the plants lost their fixing made of japan paper, some plant parts are broken and not complete, cover boards at edges and corners with faults, worn and torn, generally a representative herbal of the Scandinavian lands in those days.

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Weight 10 kg