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'The Common Musk'
Zoological study of the Siberian musk deer (Moschus moschiferus) native to Asia, including Russia, Mongolia and China. This is a male animal, displaying the distinctive long upper teeth. Plate 3 from Museum Leverianum containing select specimens from the museum of the late Sir Ashton Lever...by George Shaw (published by James Parkinson, 1792). The plate is inscribed: "C.R.Ryley del. Noble sculpt. MOSCHUS MOSCHIFERUS. THE COMMON MUSK. Publish'd Feb. 8th 1791 by J.Parkinson Leverian Museum, London."
Original: copperplate engraving. 1791
- Image ref: RS-10526
- The Royal Society