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Title: The Oölogist for the student of birds, their nests and eggs
Year: 1886 (1880s)
Authors: Lattin, Frank H
Subjects: Birds Birds
Publisher: Albion, N.Y. : Frank H. Lattin
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library
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i doz. Indian Wampum 40 Fragment Iroquis Indian Pottery 20 Alligator Tooth (large; – 25 I doz. Jobs Tears 20 % doz. assorted Sea Beans (Cuba) – 40 Saw-fish Saw 75 Fiddler Crab 85 Lucky Tooth of Cod 15 Egg of Sand Shark 10 Tuscarora War Club , 5 00 MISCELLANEOUS. Egg of African Ostrich – 4 60 Egg of Australian Emeu – 6 60 Collecting 6 var. polished Agates 85 100 mixed Foreign and U. S. Stamps 76 Collection of 5 var. small Corals 35 Collection 5 different Arrow and Spear Points. 3 localities (labelled) 75 Packet 100 Postage Stamps, U. S. and For-eign mixed 50 Package of 60 Bird Cards in colors, all dif-ferent 25 Egg Of Red-legged Turtle 10 Egg of Snapping Turtle 15 Egg Of Gopher 60 NOTICE.—Pack your eggs right, being surethey are thoroughly blown and dry, and sendprepaid to ERNEST H. SHORT, Albion. N. Y. 92 THE OOLOGIST
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IN EVERYTHING ISW^e have the BEST at lowest prices. IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF Birds Eggs or Skins,Egg Collecting Outfits, Taxidermists Material,or any kind of Naturalists Supplies. Send Stamp for Catalogue. Mention Museum. CHAS. K. REED, 75 Thomas St., WORCESTER, MASS.
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