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Betula pubescens or white birch, botanical vintage engraving
Betula pubescens or white birch is a deciduous tree, bark and timbers are used for plywood, rope, paper,furniture, shelves, coffins, matches and toys, the saps are edible and used for drinks and syrups
The house “zum Sack” in Braunschweig (1536)
Huneborstelsches Haus at Sack in Braunschweig from 1524 built with the timber framing technique. As far as the name of this building is concerned, the “Sack” is an ancient urban area in the historic town centre of Braunschweig that somehow … Continued
Botanical illustration: Scots pine
Antique print describing the botanical morphology of Scots pine (pinus sylvestris) : evergreen coniferous tree grows up to 35mt. in height. Its lifespan is normally 150–300 years. The leaves are green-blue needles, the fruits are yellow-brown cones.