Matte

Hot springs of Gardiner’s River, Yellowstone
Great Blue Spring of the Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone
Castle Geyser, Upper Geyser Basin, Yellowstone
Lower Yellowstone Range

Yellowstone Lake
Head of Yellowstone River
Grand Cañon, Yellowstone
Towers of Tower Falls, Yellowstone

Mountain of the Holy Cross, Colorado
Mosquito Trail, Rocky Mountains of Colorado
Great Falls of Snake River, Idaho Territory
Valley of Babbling Waters, Southern Utah

Great Salt Lake of Utah
Map of the geology around Swan River, Western Australia
General Outlines of the Geology of Western Australia (Gregory, 1860)
Ideal scene in the Lower Cretaceous Period

Ideal view of a marshy forest of the Coal Period
Summit of the Sierras, Nevada
Ideal scene of the Lias with Ichthyosaurus and Plesiosaurus
Ideal landscape of the Liassic Period

‘Ubergangsformation’
‘Steinkholenformation’
‘Ideal section of a portion of the Earth’s Crust…’
Plate XLVIII: Specimens of curious stones, found by the author on mount Vesuvius.

Plate LV: Views of the eruptions of Vesuvius in 1777 and 1779.
Plate LVI: View of the great eruption of mount Vesuvius, on Sunday night August the 8th 1779
Plate LVII: View of the eruption of mount Vesuvius, Monday morning August the 9th 1779…
Plate XLI: View of the first discovery of the temple of Isis at Pompeii…

Plate X: Interiour [sic] view of the crater of mount Vesuvius…
Plate XII: View of an eruption of mount Vesuvius which began on the 23rd of December 1760, and ended the 5th of January 1761
XXI: View of the hot spring called, the Pisciarelli…
Plate XXXVIII: A night view of a current of lava that ran from mount Vesuvius towards Resina…

Plate IX: Interiour [sic] view of the crater of mount Vesuvius…
Plate V: View of an eruption of lava from the crater of mount Vesuvius…
Skull of the recent pig, Babyrussa
Tower Falls and Sulphur Mountain, Yellowstone

Yachtsmen’s, Fishermen’s & Small Craft Radio Information Chart (Hydrographic Office 1961)
Victoria Distribution of Forest Trees (Everett, 1872)
Grand Manan (Charles, 1939)
A new philosophico chorographical chart of East-Kent (Packe, 1743)

Head of a dodo
Map of the English Lakes (Ruthven, 1855)
Geological map of Cyprus (Bellamy, 1905)
Geological map of the neighbourhood of Cambridge (Jukes-Browne, 1874)

Geological map of Scotland (Geikie, 1910)
Geologische Übersichtskarte von Bayern und den angrenzenden Ländern (Karl Wilhelm von Gümbel, 1893)
Geological Map of Westmoreland (William Smith, 1824)
Geological Map of Suffolk (William Smith, 1819)

Geological Map of Northumberland (William Smith, 1824)
Geological Map of Nottinghamshire (William Smith, 1821)
Geological Map of Huntingdonshire (William Smith, 1821)
Geological Map of Essex (William Smith, 1820)

Geological Map of Cumberland (William Smith, 1824)
Geological Map of India (Geological Survey of India, 1891)
Geological map of the United States (Hitchcock and Blake, 1872)
Geological map of the environs of Lyme Reis (De La Beche, 1826)

Carte géologique de l’Afrique Équatoriale Française (Loir, 1913)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 27. Munchen (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 26. Augsburg (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 25. Mulhausen I-E (Lepsius, 1897)

Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 24. Regensburg (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 22. Strassburg I-E (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 21. Breslau (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 20. Gorlitz (Lepsius, 1897)

Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 19. Dresden (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 18. Frankfurt A-M (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 17. Koln (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 16. Posen (Lepsius, 1897)

Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 15. Frankfurt A-O (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 14. Berlin (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 12. Munster (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 11. Allenstein (Lepsius, 1897)

Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 10. Bromberg (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 9. Stettin (Lepsius, 1897)
Geological Sketch Map of Egypt and Sinai (Topley 1888)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 8. Schwerin (Lepsius, 1897)

Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 7. Hamburg (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 4. Danzig (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 3. Rugenwalde (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 2. Stralsund (Lepsius, 1897)

Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 6. Emden (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 5. Konigsberg (Lepsius, 1897)
Geologisches Karte des Deutschen Reichs – 1. Schleswig (Lepsius, 1897)
Palaeorhynchum latum Agassiz

Lepidotus minor
Cephalaspis Lyelli Agassiz
Holocentrum Leo; Apogon Rex multorum; Myrlpristis Jacobus
Beryx ornatus Agassiz

Platax macropterygius Agassiz
Acrolepis asper Agassiz
Polypterus bichir
Eugnathus chirotes Agassiz

Pachycormus latirostris Agassiz
Amblypterus striatus Agassiz and Amblypterus nemopterus Agassiz
Palaeoniscus striolatus Agassiz
Callipteryx reticaudus Agassiz

Fossil fish from the collection of William Willoughby Cole
Tetragonolepis Magneville Agassiz
Lepidotus gigas Agassiz
L’ile Julia (Julia’s Isle)

John MacCulloch (1773-1835)
Geological map of Northumberland (Fry, c.1814)
‘A New Map of Durham divided into Wards…’ (Smith, 1831)
‘A New Map of Northumberland divided into Wards…’ (Smith, 1831)

‘Eastern side of second cove east of St Agnes called Park Cove’
‘Eastern side of the fourth cove east of St Agnes’
‘Eastern promontory of the first cove east of St Agnes’
‘Cligga Point 4 miles east of St Agnes Cornwall north coast’

‘Curvature in killas on the coast immediately below St Agnes’
‘Curvature of the limestone at Chepstow’
View of the killas rocks at the Gun Wharf Plymouth Dock’
‘Cape Split, Nova Scotia’

‘Cape Blowmedown [Blomidon], Nova Scotia’
‘Great Sea Dragons’
Anniversary Dinner Menu, 1894
Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911)

‘A view of Stone-Henge [Stonehenge] Wiltshire’
Discussion on the Piltdown Skull
Geological Map of the Rhobell Fawr District (Wells, 1925)
Granite veins and gneiss at Cape Wrath… (Stewart after MacCulloch, 1819)

Trap veins at Airdnamurchan point… (Stewart after MacCulloch, 1819)
Geologische Elementarkarte, plate 3 (Klöpfel, 1838)
Sky and the adjoining islands (Stewart after MacCulloch, 1817)
Sketch map of the Rhenosterberg, South Africa (Stow, 1858)

Sky and the adjoining islands (Stewart after MacCulloch, 1817)
Plan of Glen Roy and of the Parallel Roads (MacCulloch, 1817)
Map shewing the Connections of Glen Roy with the Sea (Cross, 1817)
Map of Glen Roy (MacCulloch, 1817)

Sections of Glen Roy (MacCulloch, 1817)
Curvilinear Sections from Glen Roy to the Sea (MacCulloch, 1817)
Various flexures of gneiss in Lewis (Stewart after MacCulloch, 1819)
Selected parts of the East Coast of Trotternish (Stewart after MacCulloch, 1819)

Imaginary plan and sections of Wernerian formations (Theonert, c.1810)
Geological map of Oxfordshire (William Smith, 1820)
Geological Map of Rutlandshire (William Smith, 1822)
Geological Map of Surry (William Smith, 1819)

Geological Map of Sussex (William Smith, 1819)
Geological Map of Wiltshire (William Smith, 1819)
Geological Map of Yorkshire (William Smith, 1821)
Theoretical section through the Paris Basin (Cuvier, Brongniart and Clerget, 1832)

Geological Map of Kent (William Smith, 1819)
‘A view of the strata which present themselves on the shore of Folkestone’
Geological Map of Leicestershire (William Smith, 1822)
Geological Map of Norfolk (William Smith, 1819)

Geological Map of Buckinghamshire (William Smith, 1820)
Vixen Tor, Dartmoor
Geological Map of Durham (William Smith, 1824)
‘Dovedale’

Geological Map of Gloucestershire (William Smith, 1819)
‘Curvature in Lias near Shepton Mallet’
‘Basaltic tower called Castro Levit at the foot of Magilligan Facade’
Geological Map of Bedfordshire (William Smith, 1820)

The logging rock at the Lands End Cornwall
Geological Map of Berkshire (William Smith, 1819)
Cheese Wring near Liskeard, Cornwall
Carte géologique du Massif du Mont-Blanc (Duparc and Mrazec, 1896)

‘Isolated rock and whyn dyke at Port Cooan’
Geological Map of Arran (The Survey, 1910)
‘Whyn dyke at Rovin Valley’
A general map of Ireland… (Griffith, 1855)

‘Synopsis of Geological Phenomena’
Geological map of Brough-under-Stainmore (Geological Survey of England & Wales, 1893)
‘Parallel roads of Glen Roy’
Geognostische karte Sicilien (Hoffmann, 1839)

‘Oblique undulating dyke near Seaport one mile west from the Giants Causeway’
Prospectus for ‘Accurate Delineations and Descriptions of the Natural Order of the Various Strata…’
‘Grauwacke rocks at Fass Castle in Berwickshire’
Table of the ‘Explanation of Colours on the Map of Strata…’

Map of the Silurian Region (Murchison, 1838)
‘View of the Grauwacke rocks south of Eyemouth Berwickshire’
Geological Section from London to Snowdon (Smith, 1817)
‘Plan of a Water-Meadow made out of a Bog…’

Section of the country east of Lake Baikal, Siberia (geology near Nerchinsk) (Austin, 1848-1862)
‘Staffa’
‘Plan of a Water-Meadow made out of part of a Bog…’
‘Scur Eigg in the Hebrides’

Topographical [and Geological] Map of London… (Mylne, 1851)
Dyke on Great Cumbra, Western Isles, Scotland
Geological map of the mining district of Cornwall… (Thomas, 1819)
Upper Oolite fossils

Boulder rocks at Debre Doura, Kumaun, India
Split boulder on Little Cumbra, Western Isles
Sukhoboisk, Samilovsky and Froloosky copper mines
Clay over the Upper Oolite fossils

Geological map of Glamorgan (Greenough/Smith 1799-1818)
Split boulder on Little Cumbra, Western Isles
Fullers Earth fossils
Granite outcrops in Kolyvan, Sibiera

Geological map of Cumberland (Fry, c.1814)
Forest Marble fossils
Coral Rag fossils
Section from the Medway through Upnor to Cockham Wood (Dadd, 1833)

Clunch Clay fossils
A New Geological Map of England & Wales… [Smith reduction] (Smith & Cary, 1827)
Geological Map of England & Wales… [Greenough reduction] (Gardner after Greenough, 1826)
Kelloways Stone fossils

Cornbrash fossils
Geological Map of England & Wales. Sheet 10 Isle of Wight (Murchison, 1856)
A New Map of South Wales (Greenough and Coltman, between 1813-1839)
‘Cape Wrath’