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Vintage Swedish Botanicals

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Vintage Swedish Botanicals

July 6, 2012

Suitable for framing (or for hanging from clothespins): botanical illustrations from the 1920s. We spotted a large selection of one-of-a-kind prints at Julia’s Vita:

Above: Motherwort (L), Prunella vulgaris, and flowering Skullcap (R) are among the dozens of Nordic native plants depicted in one-of-a-kind botanical illustrations; they’re 89 Swedish kroner apiece.

Above: Florabild Purpurbräcka; the illustration of saxifrage is 89 Swedish kroner.

Above: Florabild Klotullort

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