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companion to Mr. Bullock"s London Museum and Pantherion

W. Bullock

companion to Mr. Bullock"s London Museum and Pantherion

containing a brief description of upwards of fifteen thousand natural and foreign curiosities, antiquities, and productions of the fine arts, collected during seventeen years of arduous research, and at an expense of thirty thousand pounds : and now open for public inspection in the Egyptian Temple, just erected for its reception, in Piccadilly, London, opposite the end of Bond-Street

by W. Bullock

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Published by Printed for the proprietor in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • London Museum (1812-1819) -- Catalogs.,
  • Zoology -- Catalogs and collections.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Wm. Bullock.
    GenreCatalogs and collections.
    ContributionsHowitt, Samuel, 1765?-1822.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 57, [1], vi, [2], 136 p., [32] leaves of plates (1 folded) :
    Number of Pages136
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20989990M

    A Companion to the London Museum and Pantherion - Scholar's Choice Edition by William Bullock Published by Scholar's Choice ISBN , ISBN: In the Current by Willi a m Bullock Paperback, Published by Forgotten Books, United States ISBN , ISBN: Find books or periodicals by their titles. Find books or periodicals by their titles » Titles (1) Titles (1) A book of cheerful cats. By Francis, J. G. (Joseph Greene) New York: [] A book of images. By Yeats, William Butler London: A companion to Mr. Bullock's London Museum and Pantherion. By Bullock, William London: A.

    Xylomelum pyriforme, commonly known as the woody pear, is a species of plant in the family Proteaceae native to eastern grows as a large shrub or small tree to five metres : Proteaceae. BHL A companion to Mr. Bullock's London Museum and Pantherion: containing a brief description of upwards of fifteen thousand natural and foreign curiosities, antiquities, and productions of the fine arts, collected during seventeen years of arduous research..(Bullock, William, Howitt, Samuel and Wells, John West [London] First Printed for.

    It is curious that the specimen in Bullock's Museum from (A Companion to Mr Bullock's Museum and Pantherion; Containing a Brief Description of Upwards of Fifteen Thousand Curiosities, Antiquities and Productions of the Fine Arts, William Bullock, London, , p. 30), later acquired by the Linnean Society, was not used as a model for. Samuel Howitt, from A companion to Mr. Bullock’s London Museum and Pantherion, by William Bullock, London, (Source: ) (Source: oldbookillustrations, via oldbookillustrations).


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A companion to Mr. Bullock's London Museum and Pantherion: containing a brief description of upwards of fifteen thousand natural and foreign curiosities, antiquities, and productions of the fine arts, collected during seventeen years of arduous research, and at an expense of thirty thousand pounds: and now open for public inspection in the Egyptian Temple, just erected for its reception, in Piccadilly, London.

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Bullock, Samuel Howitt. Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI companion to Mr. Bullocks London Museum and Pantherion book A companion to Mr. Bullock's London Museum and Pantherion: containing a brief description of upwards of fifteen thousand natural and foreign curiosities, antiquities, and productions of the fine arts, collected during seventeen years of arduous research, and at an expense of thirty thousand pounds: and now open for public inspection in the Egyptian Book Edition: The Twelfth Edition.

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A companion to Mr. Bullock\u27s London Museum and Pantherion: containing a brief description of upwards of fifteen thousand natural and foreign curiosities, antiquities, and productions of the fine arts, collected during seventeen years of arduous research, and at an expense of thirty thousand pounds: and now open for public inspection in the Egyptian Temple, just erected for its reception.

BHL A companion to Mr. Bullock's London Museum and Pantherion: containing a brief description of upwards of fifteen thousand natural and foreign curiosities, antiquities, and productions of the fine arts, collected during seventeen years of arduous research.(Bullock, William, Howitt, Samuel and Wells, John West [London] First Printed for the proprietor, 12th Edition.

Our best guess is that it came from collector William Bullock's personal museum, the contents of which was sold at auction in In the document, 'A companion to Mr.

Bullock's London Museum and Pantherion,' his hummingbird case is listed as 'the finest collection in Europe', and of the birds it is said that 'precious stones, polished by art, cannot be compared to these jewels of nature'.

Bullock charged one shilling admission to the main museum and an extra shilling to visit the ‘Pantherion’. This novel gallery, opened inexhibited animals in naturalistic settings. The visitor entered the Pantherion through a long corridor, made to look like a.

Bullock, A companion to Mr Bullock's London Museum and Pantherion, London,p. Catalogue of a most splendid and instructive collection of antient armour, exhibiting at the Oplotheca, London,p.

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In the document, 'A companion to Mr. Bullock's London Museum and Pantherion,' his hummingbird case is listed as 'the finest collection in Europe', and of the birds it is said that 'precious stones.

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these are all things i just don't want to forget. Samuel Howitt, from A companion to Mr. Bullock’s London. Figured from the stuffed and mounted specimen on display in Mr Bullock's Museum, London. Illustrated Iredale & Whiteley,p, b/w. Koala. Anonymous, A Companion to the London Museum and Pantherion, 17th edition, London, Includes engraved image dated 1 April from the stuffed and mounted specimen in Bullock's Museum.

The existence of the Pantherion is mentioned in W. Bullock, Companion to Bullock's Museum (London, ), pp. I – IV (it seems to have been the last part of the Hall to be built, and may have been opened to the public a little later than the other main gallery); a fuller description appears in a later edition of the Companion (London, Cited by: 8.A case containing "24 species with their Nests," featured in the catalogue of Bullock's Liverpool Museum, had expanded into a cabinet holding seventy hummingbirds by the time Bullock moved his collections to London in (Companion to the Liverpool Museum, 4th ed., 33; Companion to Mr.

Bullock's Museum 37).William Bullock A companion to Mr. Bullock's London Museum and Pantherion gives a notion of an early 19th-century museum, though not a scientific one. Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne.