The fishes of India by Francis Day 033 Chrysophrys Haffara, C Berda variety Calamara, Pimelepterus C

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Liven up your home and say goodbye to water rings on your furniture with our stylish coasters. These square shaped coasters are made from a high quality clear glossy acrylic base and are available in sets of two, four or six. The coasters measure 3.75″ x 3.75″ x 0.20″ in dimension, making them the perfect sized companion for your favorite mug or cup.

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The fishes of India by Francis Day 033 Chrysophrys Haffara, C Berda variety Calamara, Pimelepterus Cinerascens, Cirrhites Fosteri, Cirrhitichthys Aureus This material has been rebuilt as vector for both style and printing purposes. Plates are originally from “The fishes of India : being a natural history of the fishes known to inhabit the seas and fresh waters of India, Burma and Ceylon” by Francis Day. It was originally published in London by B. Quaritch, 1875-1878. Source material is in the public domain. To produce the rebuild, archival scans are color corrected, cropped, converted to vector at a size appropriate for printing, and saved with correct color space. For each positive plate in this series, an inversion has also been created. -Wetdryvac / Wetdryvac.net

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