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Miscellaneous Llama Objects
Illustration from London Illustrated News
dated July 10, 1858.
The story is titled:
Flock of llamas, just imported from Peru.
This hand-coloured engraving
of a llama was published in 1834.
I imagine that he would be
happy to see this llama
hatching from an egg.
A copper plate
This is another
a little larger than
the one above
This copper engraving print was published in
The Gentlemen’s Magazine circa 1775 and includes
Lima Ladies, Spaniards, Vicuna, Llama, Huanaco.
These days huanaco is spelled guanaco.
of a llama,
dated May 11, 1799
is from the
Llama fetuses are used as a type of payment to Mother Earth
and are put in the lower part of a new house or buried against the foundation
to bring good fortune to the occupants.
This is an old
magic lantern slide
showing a man
with a young llama
in front of a mansion in Peru.
It is not a stereo slide.
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