The Canada Auction Series: Canadian Arts, Culture & History

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December 02, 2022 at 2:00 pm ET

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LOT 108

Lot 108

Ontario Ornithological Diary, Richard Bret, c.1889

Ontario Ornithological Diary, Richard Bret,  c.1889
Lot 108 Details
Ontario Ornithological Diary, Richard Bret, c.1889

recording sightings of bird species, noting gender, brief descriptions, measurements and location (Bass Lake, Hastings Co., Prince Edward Co., Northumberland Co., Bay of Quinte, Trenton, Toronto, etc.) with Latin names annotated in the margin
6.5 x 4.25 in — 16.5 x 10.8 cm

Estimate $200-$300

Realised: $288
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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Ontario Ornithological Diary, Richard Bret,  c.1889
  • Ontario Ornithological Diary, Richard Bret,  c.1889
  • Ontario Ornithological Diary, Richard Bret,  c.1889
  • Ontario Ornithological Diary, Richard Bret,  c.1889
  • Ontario Ornithological Diary, Richard Bret,  c.1889
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Maurice and Henri Richard

CONDITION DETAILS

In good condition.

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