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Two collections of rhinoceros plates compiled by James Douglas and James Parsons in the eighteenth century



Two collections of rhinoceros plates compiled by James Douglas and James Parsons in the eighteenth century



Journal Of The Society For The Bibliography Of Natural History: 91: 17-38




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