Animal Courtship Behavior - Great Crested Grebes Courting - 1950s Print For Sale
Animal Courtship Behavior - Great Crested Grebes Courting - 1950s Print :
British Parliament 1925 Vintage LithographAnimal Courtship Behavior - Great Crested Grebes Courting - 1950s Print---
This item(s) is from a recently acquired collection of encyclopedia inserts from the 1950s.
An insert (as the name implies) is one or more pages (usually presenting pictures or other pictorial images) that are printed and inserted between text pages.
This is a Single DOUBLE-SIDED Print - Both Sides ShownClean with only slight handling wear, corner page-turningPublished by William Benton (Publisher of Encyclopædia Britannica between 1943 - 1973)Size: Approximately 8" X 10.5"
Condition: Excellent - VeryGood - Good- Fair - Poor (but of historical interest)
This is a Single DOUBLE-SIDED Print - Both Sides Shown
A very attractive and sound print
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