nestlings-00206 - GARDEN-WARBLER [2900x4395]

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GARDEN-WARBLER - high resolution image from old book.

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Width in pixels 2900
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source info Published before 1923.
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The British warblers : a history with problems of their lives pt.7 London :R.H. Porter ...,1907-1914.
Henrik Grnvold (18581940)
Author: Howard, Henry Eliot, 1873-1940, Gronvold, Henrik, 1858-1940, ill, Burdet, A. O., former owner. DSI
Volume: pt. 7
Publisher: London : R.H. Porter ...
Year: 1912
statement of responsibility: by H. Eliot Howard ... , illustrated by Henrik Gronvold.
Plates signed: H.E.H. [i.e. Howard] fecit, H. Gronvold pinxt, Litho W. Greve, Berlin, Swan Electric Engraving Co., Bale & Danielsson, Ltd., lith.
Issued in nine parts from February, 1907 through October, 1914.
Includes bibliographical references and index.