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Old 06-15-2017, 02:28 PM
Hedgehogsweater Hedgehogsweater is offline
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Smile Where to see old plates (19th c. or earlier)

Can anyone recommend any online resources or museums where plates can be seen? I've been working on etchings for an illustration series that's inspired by etchings/engravings made for encyclopedias/ scientific diagrams (i.e botanical/ anatomical/ zoological ) and often have questions regarding how those etchings were done.

Googling "plates" & "etching" or "engraving" gives me dinner & decorative plates.
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