Here we have an Almanac for 1790 by the Company of Stationers. This well-loved little volume comes in it’s own leather sleeve, complete with matching gold gilding. The title page gives a helpful explanation: “The Almanack Explained. Note that under the Title of every Month is the change of the Moon, & every Month contains three Columns, 1. Days of the Month 2 .Saints Days, &c. 3.Time of high water at London Bridge”. We have many other almanac’s in our collection, including this mini featured here.
The Company of Stationer’s Almanac, 1790. Charlotte Smith Uncatalogued Miniature Collection.
I think the photographs you and uimapcoll produce are great.
Thank you! On our page, I think you are reacting to the astonishing photographs of our graduate fellow, Laura H., who has been creating our Miniature Monday posts as of late. I think I will now call her “photo goddess” and “book stylist” because she has a keen eye for bringing out and capturing the best looking representation of our little leather bound friends.
The companion piece to my poster for “Two Fathers”. This is the episode that ended many of the show’s long running mythology storylines (while leading to a number of others) and climaxed with the incineration of The Syndicate - one of my personal favorite mythology moments from the series.
This and all of the other X-Files posters from the project are on sale now at: http://www.artpal.com/Xfposterproject
Of course this occasionally happens; deer get their antlers locked in battle, and they can’t get them out. Sometimes they both die.
i’m still looking at this image and it’s so impressive to me
after this guy’s foe died (what do u think the interim was like) did he jsut drag around the carcass until the body fell off at the neck or what. did he go out of his way to behead it. whats the story here. i want to interview this deer
Imagine the rotting face of your enemy being permanently attached to your head.