This 1879 double page color print of Ophidia (Serpents) is from W.F. Kirby's Natural History of Reptiles, Fishes, Amphibias, Insects, Worms, Mollusca, Zoophytes, & C. for the Use of Young People, which was published in London by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. The print shows Cobra-di-Capello, Viper, Common Snake (with a frog in its mouth), and Serpent of Aesculapius in a natural wooded environment. The print measures 15.625" wide by 12.75" high and has been printed in shades of brown and gray (with touches of pale yellow, blue and bright green) on fragile paper with a high acid content. The engraving is in good condition, having retained its original colors, sharp lines and details of each scale. The border, however, has discolored and has small tears. Ideal for framing.