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The Structure and Classification of Birds by  Frank E Beddard - First Edition - 1898 - from E Ridge fine Books and

The Structure and Classification of Birds

by Beddard, Frank E

Condition: Very Good

London, New York & Bombay: Longmans, Green & Company. Very Good. 1898. First Edition. Hardcover. xx. 548 pages plut an extensive, 3-31 pp, publisher's catalog ; 8 vo. Illustrated with intext figures. Extremities show minor rubbing and wear, there is scattered foxing throughout. There is a unique, non-archival tape repair on page 415, else undamaged with some edge foxing. Inside the cover is a small bookseller label and large decorative bookplate, Ex Libris/ Roy Hew Russell Stevenson/ Southern Rhodesia/ Class "O" No., 65. (Captain) Stevenson of Selukwe, South Rhodesia was an avid collector of insects and a member of the South Rhodesia Orninthology Association. His collections were used in the research of various natural history related journals and has been attributed as the first lepidopterist to have put Rhodesian butterflies into some order. ; 8vo .


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