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Lot 310
Bronowski, Gracius Jospeph The Birds of Australia, comprising three hundred full page illustrations, with a descriptive account of the life and characteristic habits of over seven hundred species...
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Bronowski, Gracius Jospeph
The Birds of Australia, comprising three hundred full page illustrations, with a descriptive account of the life and characteristic habits of over seven hundred species..., Six volumes bound as three, imperial octavo, 300 chromolithographed plates; bound in contemporary full black morocco, all edges gilt, rebacked to style with raised bands, Melbourne, Charles Stuart, 1890-91

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  • Ferguson 7458

    Provenance:
    The Owston Collection
    Purchased from Anne McCormick in 1984

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