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Edward Wilson's Birds of the Antarctic - From the Original Illustrations in the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge Edward Wilson Brian Roberts (Ed.)

Edward Wilson's Birds of the Antarctic - From the Original Illustrations in the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge By Edward Wilson Brian Roberts (Ed.)
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Edward Wilson's Birds of the Antarctic - From the Original Illustrations in the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge by Edward Wilson Brian Roberts (Ed.)


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1967. First Published. 191 pages. Pictorial dust jacket over blue cloth. Black and white illustrated...

Edward Wilson's Birds of the Antarctic - From the Original Illustrations in the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge Summary

Edward Wilson's Birds of the Antarctic - From the Original Illustrations in the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge by Edward Wilson Brian Roberts (Ed.)

1967. First Published. 191 pages. Pictorial dust jacket over blue cloth. Black and white illustrated frontispiece with colour illustrations throughout. Binding remains firm. Pages and illustrations have light tanning and foxing throughout. Boards have light shelf-wear with corner bumping. Slight crushing to spine ends. Wear marks overall. Unclipped jacket has moderate edgewear with chips, tears, and creasing. Water stain to spine. Light tanning to spine and edges. Wear marks overall.

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1659342881BPE
Edward Wilson's Birds of the Antarctic - From the Original Illustrations in the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge
Edward Wilson Brian Roberts (Ed.)
Blandford Press
Used - Good
Hardback
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Yes
Acceptable
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191
First Published
Book image taken of actual book.
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This is a used book. We do our best to provide good quality books for you to read, but there is no escaping the fact that it has been owned and read by someone else previously. Therefore it will show signs of wear and previous use.
1967

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