2 edition of Bird wonders of Australia. found in the catalog.
Bird wonders of Australia.
Alec H. Chisholm
1956 by Angus & Robertson .
Written in English
Previous ed. 1948.
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Plain text dustwrapper with yellow and white coloured titles to the front panel and backstrip. This book was first published in and this book is a revised, entirely reset and re-illustrated edition. A book about the interesting, unusual and intriguing birds of Australia.
Softening and rubbing to the backs strip edges and to the book corners. Bird Wonders of Australia Paperback – January 1, Bird wonders of Australia. book A H Chisholm (Author) See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats Bird wonders of Australia.
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Get this from a library. Bird wonders of Australia. [Alec H Chisholm]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chisholm, Alec H. (Alec Hugh), Bird wonders of Australia. Sydney, Australia: Angus & Robertson Ltd., Additional Physical Format: Online version: Frauca, Harry.
Australian bird wonders. Adelaide: Rigby, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Bird Wonders of Australia. Bird wonders of Australia. book Alec Chisholm. Vintage hardcover edition - no dustjacket, pages, includes black and white photos.
Good condition for age, pages Bird wonders of Australia. book browned and have age spots throughout, smells musty, back flyleaf is torn, name/address on front flyleaf, cover has some wear to edges, splitting along spine which is faded and some discolouration which is usual for a book.
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