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Mrs. Mary Seamons' Pair of Aylesbury Ducks, Cup at Aylesbury, 1870, & Many Other Cups & Prizes by CASSELL'S CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS) Ludlow (del) - Ca. 1880. - from oldimprints.com and Biblio.com

Mrs. Mary Seamons' Pair of Aylesbury Ducks, Cup at Aylesbury, 1870, & Many Other Cups & Prizes

by CASSELL'S CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS) Ludlow (del)

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London.: Cassell.. Ca. 1880.. Chromolithograph, image size approximately 8 x 6 3/4 inches on sheet 10 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches. A couple of faint pinhole sized spots in outer margins, very good condition. Plate 46 from "The Book of Poultry", published circa 1880 by Cassell & Co. Striking image of prize poultry. The information beneath the image includes the owner's name and, in many cases, information on prizes won. .
  • Bookseller: oldimprints.com US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 43026
  • Title: Mrs. Mary Seamons' Pair of Aylesbury Ducks, Cup at Aylesbury, 1870, & Many Other Cups & Prizes
  • Author: CASSELL'S CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS) Ludlow (del)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: Cassell.
  • Place: London.
  • Date published: Ca. 1880.
  • Keywords: Chromolithographs, ducks, poultry, print, zzprintg
  • Bookseller catalogs: Natural History - Poultry;

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