Throughout "The Miami Aquarium and Biological Laboratory", reprinted by National Geographic Magazine (1921). Does not include metadata indicating library of origination or date of digitization (but does include Stanford University library artifacts).
From p. 124 (?) of The Diseases of Women with Child by François Mauriceau and Hugh Chamberlen (1727). Original from the Bavarian State Library. Digitized November 19, 2009.
Large plates left folded through digitization; hybrid animals and plants.
From various pages of Philosophical Transactions and Collections, v.2 (1749). [Here]
Note: This text also has some useless diagrams and one really gruesome folded plate. Another text includes many of the same plates, folded at different points. —kcw
Image transfer from printed plates onto opposite page.
From p. 200 of Beetles, by James Duncan (1843). [Here]
Ink from printed image transferred to opposite page without presence of protective tissue.
From various pages of The Natural History of Animals, Vegetables, and Minerals: with the Theory of the Earth in General, v. 3, by the Count de Buffon (trans. W. Kendrick, 1775). [Here]