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    Ernest Ingersoll. Nests and Eggs of American Birds. Salem, Mass.: S. E. Cassino, [1880]. First edition, in original seven parts. Octavo (9.75 x 6.75 inches; 247 x 171 mm). 160 pages. 14 color plates (2 with tissue guards). Bound in half green leather over original paper wrappers. Spine rubbed and edges worn. Very good. Originally planned to be published in numerous parts, but only seven were issued, with the last part ending abruptly. Bookplates of Edmund Lincoln Baylies and Charles H. Milburn.

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    March, 2020
    4th Wednesday
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