Bien.  Fly Catcher; solitary sandpiper; yellow breasted chat
Lot 7098
After John James Audubon (American, 1785-1851) 4 plates from the Bien edition: Yellow-breasted Chat [Plate 244]; Spotted Sandpiper / Solitary Sandpiper [Plates 342 & 343]; Buff-breasted Sandpiper / Little Sandpiper [Plates 331 & 331, sic]; Great Crested Flycatcher / Olive sided Flycatcher [Plates 57 & 58]. New York: J. Bien, 1860.
Sold for US$ 525 inc. premium
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Bien.  Fly Catcher; solitary sandpiper; yellow breasted chat Bien.  Fly Catcher; solitary sandpiper; yellow breasted chat
Lot Details
After John James Audubon (American, 1785-1851)
4 plates from the Bien edition: Yellow-breasted Chat [Plate 244]; Spotted Sandpiper / Solitary Sandpiper [Plates 342 & 343]; Buff-breasted Sandpiper / Little Sandpiper [Plates 331 & 331, sic]; Great Crested Flycatcher / Olive sided Flycatcher [Plates 57 & 58]. New York: J. Bien, 1860.
Chromolithographs, 600 x 905 mm or larger. Framed. Unexamined out of frame.
Provenance: Property of Michael Lerner.
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