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Schneedohle. Corvus pyrrhocorax. Le Choquard. / Dohle. Corous monedula. Le choucas. / Steindohle Corvus graculus. Le coracias. / Nussheher. Corous caryocatacles. Le casse noix

Schneedohle. Corvus pyrrhocorax. Le Choquard. / Dohle. Corous monedula. Le choucas. / Steindohle Corvus graculus. Le coracias. / Nussheher. Corous caryocatacles. Le casse noix

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No date. [ 1846?].. Lithograph, original handcolor, sheet 13 x 9 1/2 inches. Slight discoloration along right edge well outside of image, otherwise very good condition. Four birds, one with nest, pictured in this plate 13 from an unknown German ornithological publication. Fine quality lithograph with attractive handcolor. .


  • Bookseller: oldimprints.com US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 34832
  • Title: Schneedohle. Corvus pyrrhocorax. Le Choquard. / Dohle. Corous monedula. Le choucas. / Steindohle Corvus graculus. Le coracias. / Nussheher. Corous caryocatacles. Le casse noix
  • Book condition: Used
  • Date published: No date. [ 1846?].
  • Keywords: Birds, German, handcolored, lithograph, Ornithology, zzprintg
  • Bookseller catalogs: Natural History Prints - Birds - Handcolored Lithographs; (German);

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