Title: Audubon: Fifty Selections with Commentaries ...
Publisher: No attribution [New York: Macmillan, 1978]
Publication Date: 1978
Forty-one loose sheets (nine sheets missing) with beautiful full-color reproductions of J.J. Audubon's portraits of birds and their habitats. These were printed in the U.S.A. and are on 9" x 12" cream-colored fine matt paper, in as-new condition, ready for framing or other display. A commentary by the well-known American ornithologist Roger Tory Peterson describing the bird's appearance, habits, geographic range, etc., is printed on the back of each print. The prints are enclosed in a tan cloth-covered box with a hinged top, very good but for bumps at outside corners and separation of the box at the outside corners (this has been repaired). Extra postage will be required as the box is oversize and is rather heavy. Bookseller Inventory # 013113JA
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