J.J. Audubon. Octavo. Field Bunting No.164
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J.J. Audubon, Plate No.164 Field Bunting. With text. From the Royal Octavo Edition of The Birds of America.1840-1844. First Edition. Lithographed and hand-colored by J.T. Bowen in Philadelphia and New York. Good to excellent condition. Matted and shrink wrapped. 6 1/2" x 10"