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0350137
RATTLESNAKE VENOM.
A biologist extracting the venom from the fangs of a rattlesnake at the H.K. Mulford Biological Laboratories at Glenolden, Pennsylvania. Stereograph, c1930.
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0350136
RATTLESNAKE VENOM.
A biologist extracting the venom from the fangs of a rattlesnake at the H.K. Mulford Biological Laboratories at Glenolden, Pennsylvania. Stereograph, c1930.
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0260207
AFRICAN ART: FANG MASK.
Wooden reliquary mask made by the Fang tribe of northwest Gabon, 19th century.
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0082045
GORILLA.
Line engraving, English, 19th century.
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0122845
NOSFERATU, 1978.
Klaus Kinski as a vampire with Bruno Ganz in a scene from the film 'Nosferatu - Phantom of the Night,' directed by Werner Herzog, 1978. Full credit: pwe Verlag GmbH - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. EONLY.
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0191278
CHEN TIAN FANG.
Fang, Chen Tian (Tien) - chinese ambassador in Germany, China - during a greeting - Photographer: Atlantic - Published by: 'B.Z.' 07.11.1936 Vintage property of ullstein bild 01028968.
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0168436
MEXICO: SERPENT HEAD.
Giant clay figure of a serpent's head, from Acatlán de Pérez Figueroa, Oaxaca, Mexico. Veracruz culture, late classic period, c1300-1450. Height: 31 inches.
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0083251
ANTI-JAPANESE POSTER, c1942.
'Remember Pearl Harbor.' American World War II propaganda poster, c1942, warning citizens against Japanese spies and informants.
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0120994
FILM: COUNT YORGA, VAMPIRE.
A vampire in the 1970 horror movie 'Count Yorga, Vampire.'
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0114182
AFRICAN ART: FANG MASK.
Hardwood mask, 19th century, from Gabon. Height: 19 inches.
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0112293
GERD VON RUNDSTEDT.
Karl Rudolf Gerd von Rundstedt (1875-1953). German officer. Caricature published on the cover of 'Time' magazine, 31 August 1942, during World War II, while von Rundstedt was Hitler's commander on the western front.
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0023290
AUDUBON: PECCARY.
Collared peccary (Pecari tajacu). Lithograph, c1849, after a painting by John James Audubon for his 'Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.'
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0081998
PECCARY.
Line engraving, 1853.
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0260240
GABON: BELL.
Iron and wood bell with effigy handle made by the Fang people of Gabon.
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0103522
MEXICO: VAMPIRE GODDESS.
Bat vampire goddess. Black ceramic figure typical of the Zapotec culture, from Monte Albán, Oaxaca, c100 A.D.
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0352856
AUDUBON: BADGER.
American badger (Taxidea taxus). Lithograph, c1849, after a painting by John James Audubon for his 'Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.'
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0016375
GORILLAS.
Color etching, 1853.
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0019082
AZTEC SERPENT PENDANT.
An Aztec serpent pendant believed to be part of Aztec treasure sent by Hernando Cortes to Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.
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0101741
OTTER, 1873.
Wood engraving, American, 1873, after a painting by John James Audubon.
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0353066
AUDUBON: JAGUAR.
Jaguar (Panthera onca). Lithograph, c1854, after a painting by John Woodhouse Audubon for John James Audubon's 'Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.'
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0061683
AFRICAN ART: FANG MASK.
Wooden funerary mask from Gabon. Height: 35.5 cm.
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0116256
CHARGING THUNDER (1877-1929).
Blackfoot Sioux and performer in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Photograph by Gertrude Käsebier, c1900.
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0092189
ANTI-RUSSIAN CARTOON, 1890.
The Russian bear moves through central Asia to threaten Afghanistan and Persia. Cartoon, 1890.
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0101749
WOLVERINE, 1873.
Wood engraving, American, 1873, after a painting by John James Audubon.
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0090629
HOVIS BREAD, 1895.
English newspaper advertisement, 1895.
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0352810
AUDUBON: BOBCAT.
Bobcat, or bay lynx (Lynx rufus). Lithograph, c1849, after a painting by John James Audubon for his 'Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.'
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0012179
MEXICO: MIXTEC ORNAMENT.
Turquoise mosaic pectoral ornament in the form of a double-headed serpent. Believed to be part of the Aztec treasure sent to the Emperor Charles V by Hernando Cortes. Mixtec, Mexico, 14th-15th century.
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0257141
ARTWORK.
Painting of a black widow's oversize poison apparatus. Hashime Murayama.
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0253377
ARTWORK.
A common western tarantula sheds its previous skin. Hashime Murayama.
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0059598
AUDUBON: WOLVERINE.
Wolverine (Gulo gulo luscus). Lithograph, c1849, after a painting by John James Audubon for his 'Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.'
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0030632
WEREWOLF, c1765.
The 'werewolf' of Gévaudan, France, said to have devoured more than 100 people and to have had a particular liking for the flesh of girls. Line engraving, c1765.
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0100807
WOLF & DOG.
Fight between a wolf and a dog over a sheep. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0120071
BOLIVIA: NATIVE MASK.
Devil dance mask made by native Bolivians.
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0041277
KNIGHT AND DRAGON.
A knight errant fighting a dragon. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0103618
QUETZALCOATL, c1450.
The mesoamerican god of Quetzalcoatl, depicted as a coiled, feathered serpent. Stone sculpture, Aztec, from Mexico City, c1450.
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0352928
AUDUBON: FOX.
American red fox (Vulpes vulpes fulvus). Lithograph, c1851, after a painting by John James Audubon for his 'Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.'
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0352920
AUDUBON: WOLF.
White wolf, a color phase of the gray wolf (Canis lupus). Lithograph, c1851, after a painting by John Woodhouse Audubon for John James Audubon's 'Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.'
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0352906
AUDUBON: OTTER.
North American, or Canadian, or northern, river otter (Lontra canadensis, formerly lutra canadensis). Lithograph, c1851, after a painting by John James Audubon for his 'Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.'
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0352853
AUDUBON: SKUNK.
Striped, or common American, skunk (Mephitis mephitis). Lithograph, c1849, after a painting by John James Audubon for his 'Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.'
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0352844
AUDUBON: MINK.
American mink (Neovison vison). Lithograph, c1849, after a painting by John James Audubon for his 'Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America.'
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