Three copper engravings - Human Anatomy. Fig 3. from "Encyclopédie, ou, Dictionnaire universel raisonné des connoissances humaines".
Yverdon: Fortuné-Barthélemy de Félice, 1763. Set of three copper engravings in separate passe-partout / mounts. Uncoloured engravings of anatomical male figure against a landscape. All labeled Fig. 3. There is no engravers name or details, but the description "Dessein" is to the base of each print. These are plates from "Encyclopédie, ou, Dictionnaire universel raisonné des connoissances humaines". Mount has attractive gilt and black border lines. Each 210 x 155 mm (8¼ by 6 inches). Mount size of each is 360 x 290 mm (14¼ by 11½ inches).
Condition: Very nice condition. There is very little marking to the plates. The impressions are clear and strong. No foxing. The mounts are clean and tidy. A little rubbing to the rear.