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Author Topic: Field Guides of China, Ghana and Horn of Africa for sale  (Read 173 times)
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« on: November 19, 2018, 05:11:41 pm »

Field Guide to Birds of Ghana by Borrow and Demey. Paperback and in very good condition both inside and out, the exception being the plasic covering of the front and back has pealed slightly at the edge. There are no page folds, turned up corners or pen marks. It also includes the birds of Togo.
Cost me £30, for sale at £19.00

Field Guide to birds of China by MacKinnon and Phillipps. Paperback and in extremely good condition. Never been in the field so no cover marks or page bends/corner bends or pen/pencil marks. Would make good Christmas present
Cost me £35, for sale at £19.00

Field Guide to Birds of the Horn of Africa by Redman, Stevenson & Fanshawe. Paperback, cover Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia and Socotra. Paperback and in excellent condition. No folds or bends etc. etc
Cost me £28, for sale at £20.00

Can deliver to Saltholme

Any questions contact me on 01833627581

John
  
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