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Lot 315
Gould, John Gould, John Handbook to the Birds of Australia
Sold for AU$ 840 (US$ 789) inc. premium
Lot Details
Gould, John
Handbook to the Birds of Australia, first edition, Two volumes, octavo, with half-titles; fine in the original publisher's gilt-decorated cloth, London, The Author, 1865

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  • Ayer/Zimmer, p.262; Casey Wood 365; Ferguson 10031; Sauer 25; Whittel 295-6

    Provenance:
    The Owston Collection
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