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Shorelines: Birds at the water's edge by  Michael Warren - 1st Edition - 1984 - from JWMah and

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Shorelines: Birds at the water's edge

by Warren, Michael

Condition: Fine/Good

NY: Times Books, 1984. (USA) 1st printing. No markings, Fine in price-clipped Good only dust jacket with 2" edge tear to lower edge of frotn panel, some edge fualts and rubbing to head of psine. Grey cloth, 128pp, colour illustrations of shore birds in thier habitats by Warren who is regarded as one of the greatest bird painters. This is his first book. A heavy book. (3.5 JM FO 43/0. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.


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