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Rare Books and Special Collections William Augustus, Prince, Duke of Cumberland, 1721-1765
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Ape

Drawing of a Barbary Macaque from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Northern Algeria, Morocco, and Gibraltar.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Black Lemur

Drawing of a Black Lemur from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Madagascar.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Brown Lemur

Drawing of a Brown Lemur from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Madagascar.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Gray Wolf

Drawing of a Gray Wolf from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and South America.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Jackal

Drawing of a Common Jackal from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Europe, Africa, and Asia.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Lion [male] Africa

Drawing of a male Lion from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Africa.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Lioness Africa

Drawing of a female Lion from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Africa.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Black Leopard

Drawing of a possible Black Leopard from a 18th century specimen. Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Wild Cat (Poland)

Drawing of a cat from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: worldwide.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Red Deer, male

Drawing of a male Red Deer from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: the United States, Canada, Europe, New Zealand, Australia, and Asia.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

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