Sedum ternatum. Three-leaved american Stone-crop.

Sydenham Teak Edwards (*1768 - 1819)
Copper engraving of a plant. Woodland Stonecrop. Printed in London by James Ridgways in 1817.

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Old hand coloured copper engraving of a Woodland Stonecrop (lat. Sedum ternatum) by Smith after Sydenham Edwards. With 1 additional text page. Dated and signed on plate.


CartographerSydenham Teak Edwards
TitleSedum ternatum. Three-leaved american Stone-crop.
Publisher, YearJames Ridgways, London, 1817
Plate Size20.2 x 12.4 cm (8.0 x 4.9 inches)
Sheet Size23.0 x 14.6 cm (9.1 x 5.7 inches)
Volumevolume 2 (plate Nr. 142)
ReferenceDunthorne 108, Nissen BBI 2379: Great flower books


Very good and fresh impression with original old colouring. Good visible plate mark. Some minor browning.


Sydenham Teast Edwards was born 1768 in Brynbuga, Wales. He worked 27 years for Curtis's Botanical Magazine as a botanical artist. In 1815 he created his own magazine titled The Botanical Register: Consisting of Coloured Figures of Exotic Plants, cultivated in British Gardens, with their History and Mode of Treatment. He died in 1819.

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Copper engraving of a plant. Woodland Stonecrop. Printed in London by James Ridgways in 1817.

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