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Trapping Wild Animals in Malay Jungles

by MAYER Charles

Condition: Spine very slightly sunned, edges with some foxing, else fine


London: T. Fisher Unwin, (1922). Second impression. original burgundy cloth stamped in blind, lettered in gilt on spine. Spine very slightly sunned, edges with some foxing, else fine. Octavo. With 30 pp. catalogue About elephant, tiger, leopard, rhino.

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