bustards-00051 - Little Bustard, otis tetrax [2793x4200]

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Little Bustard, otis tetrax - high resolution image from old book.

Size in pixels: 2793x4200
Print size: approx 9 x 14 inches
File size: 4,9 Mb

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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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Width in pixels 2793
Height in pixels 4200
source info Published before 1923.
bustards-00051 - Little Bustard, otis tetrax.jpg
Naturgeschichte der Vo?gel Mitteleuropas. : Naumann, Johann Andreas, :
Volume:Bd.7 (1899)
Publisher: Gera-Untermhaus, F. E. Ko?hler,
http://'vxb.opr'/i/123939
Keulemans, J. G. (John Gerrard), 1842-1912, ill
Anton Goering (1836-1905)
Eduard de Maes, 18521940 http://www.zvab.com/Chromolithographie-Motacilla-Bachstelze-M%C3%A4nnchen-Sommerkleider-Darstellung/77131834/buch http://www.openartcollection.com/-/s/?i=a9edda4a204215252217e56c2b57efae4c6fd2c7&t=artist
Paul Mller-Kaempff (16 October 1861, Oldenburg 5 December 1941, Berlin)
Alexander Julius Reichert (25 January 1859 1 July 1939)
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