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Miniature showing Claudia Quinta hauling a rope attached to a golden ship that carries the marble statue of a goddess. A group of men and women watch from across the harbor. Initial and border design.

Synbranchus marmoratus, The marble Synbrant.

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Correspondence with Manton Marble

Marmor Bänder zivifchen den Wandflächen in dem Grabgebäude des Sultan Chairbeck zu Kairo

Marmormosaik in dem Fussboden der Kirche S. Vitale zu Ravenna

Marmor-Fussböden in der Marcus-Kirche zu Venedig

Marmor-Mosaik in den Fenstervertiefungen am Dom zu Florenz

Marmormosaik im Fussboden des Doms zu Ravenna

Marmor-Mosaik in den Fenstervertiefungen am Dom zu Florenz

Marmor Fufsboden in dem Grabgebäude des Sultan Chairbeck zu Kairo

Marmor Mosaik als Wandbekleidung in der Moschee Gismahs zu Kairo

Marmor-Fussböden in der Marcus-Kirche zu Venedig

Marmormosaik im Fussboden des Doms zu Ravenna

Marmor-Fussböden in der Marcus-Kirche zu Venedig

Marmor Mosaik als Wandbekleidung in der Moschee Gismahs zu Kairo

Marmormosaik im Fussboden der Kirche S. Miniato al monte bei Florenz

Marmor-Fussböden in der Marcus-Kirche zu Venedig

Marmormosaik als Wandbekleidung in der Moschee Gismahs zu Kairo

Grand quadrille, arranged from Adolphe Adams admired ballet, The marble maiden by Jullien. With portraits of Madlle. Dumilâtre & Monsr. Petipa. [J.] Brandard del. & lith.

The marble maiden: J. Brandard, del & lith.

Obelisk - fourth side.

Obelisk - third side.

Obelisk - first side.

Obelisk - second side.

The Marble Terrace.

The Marble Archway.

Marble Room in Senate.

City of the dead, St. Louis No. 2, showing the fine marble tomb of Caballero in the foreground.

Marble Room, in the U.S. Capitol.

View of a marble quarry.

Preaching stand with a marble statue of an angel, Eldridge Park.

The bridge and portion of marble quarry, Glens Falls, N.Y.

The Marble Bridge.

Marble Room, U.S. Capitol.

Marble Room, in the U.S. Capitol.

Marble Room, U.S. Capitol.

Freedley's marble quarry.

Marble Room, Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Marble Archway, Central Park, N.Y.

Hollister, Tyrel & Co.'s marble quarry, East Dorset. Vt.

Vermont Marble Co.'s quarries, West Rutland, Vt.

The Marble Arch at the entrance to the Mall.

Marble cross, Greenwood Cemetery.

Vermont Marble Co.'s quarries, West Rutland, Vt.

The Marble Bridge at the entrance to the Mall.

Vermont Marble Co.'s quarries, West Rutland, Vt.

D. L. Kent & Co.'s marble quarry, East Dorset, Vt.

Vermont Marble Co.'s quarries, West Rutland, Vt.

Central Park, Marble Arch.

The Marble Room, Senate.

Marble quarry, North Adams.

Marble Quarries of the Prison, with Convicts at work.

Marble cross, Greenwood Cemetery.

Marble statue, John Hancock.

Vermont Marble Co.'s quarries, West Rutland, Vt.

Marble statue, John Hancock.

Marble Room, U.S. Capitol.

Vermont Marble Co.'s quarries, West Rutland, Vt.

Sheldon's Marble quarry, West Rutland.

The Marble Arch.

The Marble Archway, Central Park, N.Y.

Marble Head.

Looking north from D. L. Kent & Co.'s marble quarry, East Dorset, Vt.

Stairs at Marble Bridge.

Victory - a statue in marble, by Rauch of Berlin.

The child Christ ("Christ Engel") a bas relief in white marble by Rietschel of Dresden.

The hunter - a statue in marble by John Gibson, esq. R. A.

The "first step," a statue in marble by Pietro Magni of Milan.

Marble cutting at the new Custom House New Orleans.

Marble cutting at the new Custom House New Orleans.

Marble cutting at the new Custom House New Orleans

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