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Lomaria procera (syn. Blechnum procerum) Kio kio Lomaria procera (syn. Blechnum procerum) Kio kio
Handcoloured lithograph on cream paper with card backing. The print is a botanical illustration of parts of a fern. Several green frond stems are depicted with odd pinnate formation, with brown petioles. The green and brown leaflets are lance-shaped with finely toothed edges and pinnate venation.

The print is titled "Lomaria procera." and on a piece of paper affixed to paper "(syn. Blechnum procerum) KIOKIO" and "One of the most variable of ferns."
Lycopodium billardieri, varium (Iwituna) Lycopodium billardieri, varium (Iwituna)
Handcoloured lithograph on cream paper with card backing. The print is a botanical illustration of parts of a plant. Two leaf branches and a seed branch are depicted. The green and gold leaf blades are tiny, dense and linear and have a feathery appearance. The seeds are long brown cone shapes on many branching stems.

The print is titled "Lycopodium Billardieri, varium" and on a piece of paper affixed to paper "IWITUNA" and "This specimen is from the Dun Mountain Line, Nelson. It is frequently of a lovely golden colour."
Marattia fraxinea (Parareka) Marattia fraxinea (Parareka)
Handcoloured lithograph on cream paper with card backing. The print is a botanical illustration of parts of a fern. Three green fronds are depicted with odd pinnate formation. The leaflets are long and spear-shaped. One leaf frond is depicted coiled.

The print is titled "Marattia fraxinea." and on a piece of paper affixed to paper "PARAREKA" and "Edible fern. A very handome plant growing inland in the North Island. Is much prized for gardens and green houses. The root resembling a horse shoe; is baked and eaten by the Maories." [sic]
Metrosideros robusta (Rata) Metrosideros robusta (Rata)
Handcoloured lithograph on cream paper with card backing. The print is a botanical illustration of parts of a tree with flowers. Two brown branching stems are depicted with alternate and opposite leaves. The dark green leaf blades are spear-shaped with pinnate venation. The flowers are at the terminal ends of the stalks. The flowers have a multitude of long red stamens with brown tips, with a green inferior ovary. Some flowers are depicted as green and red buds.

The print is titled "Metrosideros robusta (Rata)" and "A tall and beautiful forest tree abundant in the North and Middle Islands. Flowers scarlet. There are several species of Rata."
Nelson College Nelson College
B&W print, unmounted, one of two on one sheet. Nelson College building on the hill.
"NELSON COLLEGE"
Nelson College, principal's residence at left Nelson College, principal's residence at left
B&W print, unmounted, one of two on one sheet. Nelson College buildings and surrounding area.
"A DOMETT..." and "NELSON COLLEGE PRINCIPAL'S RESIDENCE ON THE LEFT."
Nelson New Zealand Nelson New Zealand
Handcoloured lithograph, unmounted on thick paper with border margin. View of Nelson looking southeast.
Nelson, New Zealand Nelson, New Zealand
Sepia and black lithograph on paper, with canvas stretcher / frame. Landscape of Nelson.
Nesodaphne tawa (Tawa) Nesodaphne tawa (Tawa)
Handcoloured lithograph on cream paper with card backing. The print is a botanical illustration of parts of a tree with fruit. Three green stems are depicted with alternate leaves on petioles. The green leaf blades are long and lanced-shaped. The long black oval berries are on long stalks adjacent to the leaves.

The print is titled "Nesodaphne Tawa (Tawa)" and "A lofty forest tree 60-70 feet hight. Leaves 3-4 inches long, very aromatic. Berries purple with a strong taste of turpentine, pigeons are very fond of them. The genus has one other species both confined to New Zealand."
Ourisa macrophylla (Mountain Primula) Ourisa macrophylla (Mountain Primula)
Handcoloured lithograph on cream paper with card backing. The print is a botanical illustration of parts of a plant with flowers. Two green branching stems are depicted with alternate leaves on long green petioles. The large oval leaf blades are green on top and grey underneath with pinnate venation. Clusters of flowers are at the terminal ends of the stems on long green stalks. The flowers have five round white petals with green centres on green pedicels. Some flowers are depicted as oval buds.

The print is titled "Ourisa macrophylla (Mountain Primula)" and "A lovely species from Mount Egmont range. It flowers in January. The flowers are pure white. Ruahine Range and Upper Wairua".
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