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'Duria Antiquior', [1830]

Duria antiquior 

'Duria Antiquior' a reconstruction of the Jurassic life of Dorset, drawn by Henry Thomas De la Beche, lithographed by George Scharf and printed by Charles Hullmandel, [1830].
This print, first produced by Anning’s friend and geological supporter Henry Thomas De la Beche in 1830, was initially sold for her financial benefit. The creatures it depicts were discovered by Mary and include an Ichthyosaur, Plesiosaur, Pterosaur, belemnite, ammonite and crinoid.

To learn more about this print, see the expanded exhibition: 'Mary Anning and the Geological Society'.