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N.H. Animal - Deer - Reindeer

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N.H. Animal - Deer - Educational plate { Male}

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N.H. - The Sun-Birds

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N.H. - Bird with Nest Engraving

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Bird & Nest Engraving

blessed wild apple girl

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N.H. - Birds of New York

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N.H. - Hummingbirds

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N.H. - Blue Birds

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Louisiana Heron - John James Audubon {1785-1851} Havell Edition

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Raven - by Audubon

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Turtle - Spur-thighed Tortoise {Testudo graeca}

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v. 7, pt. 1 (1809) - General zoology, or Systematic natural history, - Biodiversity Heritage Library

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v. 7, pt. 1 (1809) - General zoology, or Systematic natural history, - Biodiversity Heritage Library

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v. 7, pt. 1 (1809) - General zoology, or Systematic natural history, - Biodiversity Heritage Library

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'Turtur Minimus Guttatus: The Ground-Dove; Zanthoxylum Spinosum, Lentisci, longioribus foliis Euonimi fructu capsulari ea Infula Jamaicensi. D. Banister: The Pellitory or Tooth-ach Tree' from 'The natural history of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands: containing the figures of birds, beasts, fishes, serpents, insects, and plants. Vol I.' (1754) by Mark Catesby.

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Black-billed Magpie - by John James Audubon

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Audubon, c.1860

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'The Flying Squirrel, Its Posture and Manner of Flying; Viscum Caryophylloides, Aloes foliis viridibus acuminatis, floribus racemosis luteis' from 'The natural history of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands: containing the figures of birds, beasts, fishes, serpents, insects, and plants. Vol II.' (1754) by Mark Catesby.

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Mark Catesby Pigeon of Passage Audubon's Muse

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Frog - Mark Catesby, c.1731

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Mark Catesby

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Turtle

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Prideaux John Selby / Purple Heron

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  • George Briggs
    George Briggs

    Henry, i've been 'pinning' away here and finally noticed where you had pinned some of these. LOL We share the same tastes! lol Have a great weekend!

  • Henry W. Powell
    Henry W. Powell

    Good Tastes! lol - Take care

Prideaux John Selby

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Prideaux John Selby, Crested Turtle

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  • Helena Baptista
    Helena Baptista

    Pássaro maravilhoso. Gosto