The Amateur's Manual; Or, Specific Mating Of Thorough-bred Fowls.
by Felch, I. K. [Isaac Kimball]
- Good+; Boards a bit soiled, front inner hinge cracked, as usual, else a tight attractive copy.
Westmoreland, New Hampshire
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- Hurley Books (US)
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- The Amateur's Manual; Or, Specific Mating Of Thorough-bred Fowls.
- Felch, I. K. [Isaac Kimball]
- Book condition
- Used - Good+; Boards a bit soiled, front inner hinge cracked, as usual, else a tight attractive copy.
- First Edition
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- Place of Publication
- Date published
- Farm, Poultry, fancy poultry, Heritage Livestock
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