birds-27477 - 320-Fuligula marila. Scaup Duck [6297x4598]

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320-Fuligula marila. Scaup Duck - high resolution image from old book.

Size in pixels: 6297x4598
Print size: approx 21 x 15 inches
File size: 3.1 Mb

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Source: Information about source book is included
File format: JPG
Resolution: 300 dpi

This JPEG image is a high resolution printable scan of an old page (or plate, or engraving, or lithograph) from antique book published before 1923. Image may be downloaded and printed or perfectly used in crafting, decoupage, collage, altered art, prints or any other personal or commercial purposes. Information about artists (if possible) and title of book is included.

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Additional Info
Additional Info
Width in pixels 6297
Height in pixels 4598
source info Published before 1923.
003-Neophron percnopterus. Egyptian Vulture.
NAMES: Gould, John (1804-1881) (Author)
COLLECTION: birds of Great Britain
Date Issued: 1862 - 1873
Place: London
Publisher: J. Gould
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Lithographs Hand-colored Extent: 54 x 36 cm
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b14484973
(UUID): 79745d90-c606-012f-28b1-58d385a7bc34
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Updated August 23, 2016