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    John James Audubon. Heron Print and Three Swan Prints (Octavo Edition). Four hand-colored engravings from The Birds of America. All very good.

    More Information: Four hand-colored engravings from the octavo edition of The Birds of America (New York and Philadelphia: 1840-1844), including: Great White Heron, Plate 368. [and:] Trumpeter Swan, Plate 382. [and:] Trumpeter Swan, Plate 383. [and:] American Swan, Plate 384. All in very good condition. All have light penciled notations, stitching holes along the right edge, and light toning, with some foxing, along the edges. Prints measure 10.25 x 6.5 inches, 10.75 x 6.75 inches, 10.75 x 6.75 inches, and 10.75 x 6.75 inches, respectively.

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    June, 2009
    16th-17th Tuesday-Wednesday
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