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    Herbert L. Stoddard. The Bobwhite Quail. New York: 1931. First edition. Herbert L. Stoddard. The Bobwhite Quail. Its Habits, Preservation and Increase. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1931. First edition. Limited edition signed by author, number 228 of 260 copies. Quarto. ix-xxix, [xxx], [1-2], 3-559 pages. Tipped in original, signed, etching by Frank Benson. Color frontispiece. Illustrated with 69 plates, including color frontispiece and 4 color illustrations in text, and 17 illustrated figures and maps. Hardcover in slip case. Brown cloth covered boards with white leather spine in glassine wrapper. Gilt title on the spine. Top edge gilt. Fore-edge and bottom edge untrimmed. Very good.

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    March, 2020
    4th Wednesday
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