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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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ollectionsfrom .00 to f 100.00. Sample by mail,of Fossil Fern, &c, 25 cents. m2 CHAS. K. WORTHEN, NATURALIST & TAXIDERMIST, DEALER IN— BIRD aNd mammal sk>Ns, WARSAW, ILLINOIS. Carries a large stock of rare native and foreignBird Skins. Eare Alaska species, brilliantPlumaged Tropical Birds, handsome Decora-tion Pieces, Game Birds on Panels. Bird Me-dallions on silk plush and velvet panels, Owls,large or small, on gold crescents and books,feather firescreens, lamp screens &c. made toorder. Animal Rugs, with heads mounted,mounted Buck Heads, Flying Ferns, White Doves,White Owls, Arctic Horned Owls, Dusky HornedOwls, Emperor Geese, Spectacled Eiders, ParrotAuks, Horned Puffins, Flamingoes, and thous-ands of others. A large invoice of the beautifulLong-tailed Resplendant Paradise Trogans justreceived and for sale cheap. Can also fill or-ders for Geodes. Refer by permission to Prof.Robt Ridgwayof Smithsonian Institute, Prof.J. A.Allen, Mus. Nat. Hist N/X. and many others.
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Containing 15 varieties of rare Minerals andores mounted in tray. A valuable object lessonfor old and young. Awarded a diploma of meritat 18S8 Fair. Post paid for only 25 cents. Complete line of Minerals, Fossils. ShellsIndian Relics and Curiosities of all kinds alwayson hand. Chinese Chopsticks, ll inches long, 10 c. a pair.Rolled plate Sea Bean watch charm, 25 cents.Small Shark teeth beauties, 5c. each. Garnet Sand, rare occurrence, per(vial 10 cents.Marine Algae, 5 c, 8 c. and 10 c. per card.Purple Sea Urchins, fare, 10 c. A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. Six-page price list of 181 varieties of mineralsand thousands of fossils, Indian relics andnatural history specimens sent free. CHEAPEST DEALER IN THE COUNTRY. Address, RUSSELL E. BARTLETT, General Curiosity Dealer,ESTABLISHED 1883. KALAMAZOO, MICH., W. F. GREANY, 827 Brannan St., SanFrancisco,California, Dealer and Collector of American and For-eign Coins and Medals, Colonial, Continentaland Fractional Currency. Confederate Notesand Bond
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