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VÄXTER CALENDAR 2022

$ 1.050

VÄXTER – (Swedish) Plants

A classic botanical calendar from a Swedish printing company. Printed with hand-drawn plant drawings by the Swedish botanist/plant painter Carl Axel Magnus Lindman in the early twentieth century.

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VÄXTER – (Swedish) Plants

A classic botanical calendar from a Swedish printing company. Printed with hand-drawn plant drawings by the Swedish botanist/plant painter Carl Axel Magnus Lindman in the early twentieth century.

 

Size| 328 x 405 mm

Number of sheet| 12+ Cover

Paper| 250 g/m2 uncoated with a yellow tone

National Holidays / Name Days / Language| Swedish*

* Only Available in Swedish version.

 

ー Made in Sweden with Nordic Swan Eco-label* & FSC label** ー

*Nordic Swan Eco-label: The Nordic Eco-label or Nordic swan is the official sustainability eco-label for the Nordic countries, introduced by the Nordic Council of Ministers in 1989.

**FSC Label: The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is an international non-profit, multi-stakeholder organisation established in 1993 to promote responsible management of the world’s forests. The FSC does this by setting standards on forest products, along with certifying and labelling them as eco-friendly.

C.A.M. Lindman (April 6, 1856 – June 21, 1928)

Carl Axel Magnus Lindman, Swedish botanist/plant painter. Author of the publication “Bilder ur Nordens Flora” (1901~1905). Served as a specimen management position at the Swedish Museum of Natural History (Regnellian Amanuensis), assistant at Bergianska Botanical Garden, and lecturer in natural history and physics at the Latin School. In 1892, he went to Brazil and Paraguay for expedition and investigation. After returning to Sweden, he resumed the post of lecturer and served as the teacher of the crown prince from 1896 to 1900. At the same time he wrote the book “Plants of Northern Europe”. In 1905, he became professor of botany at the Swedish Museum of Natural History. In 1913, he was elected as a member of Sweden Science Academic. The name Lindmania, which grows in Brazil and Venezuela, is derived from him.

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