Britains Endangered Wildlife Doncella Issue 1984 Special Album
Players Animals & Wildlife Britains Endangered Wildlife Doncella Issue 1984 Special Album Britains Endangered Wildlife Doncella Issue 1984 Special Album 1 - This album was issued in connection with the Britain’s Endangered Wildlife set issued with Doncella Cigars and contains an introduction by John F. Burton, F.Z.S, F.R.E.S, a member of the BBC’s Natural History Unit, a life-long naturalist and author of the Oxford Book of Insects and many scientific papers. There is a space for each card with the text printed alongside and the album is arranged in sections covering mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds and arthropods (spiders, butterflies etc.), each with its own introduction. Beautifully illustrated and highly informative, size 210 x 150mm.
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Britains Endangered Wildlife Doncella Issue 1984 Special Album

Issuer: Players Condition: Very Good to Excellent * These are original and NOT reprints Description: This album was issued in connection with the Britain’s Endangered Wildlife set issued with Doncella Cigars and contains an introduction by John F. Burton, F.Z.S, F.R.E.S, a member of the BBC’s Natural History Unit, a life-long naturalist and author of the Oxford Book of Insects and many scientific papers. There is a space for each card with the text printed alongside and the album is arranged in sections covering mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds and arthropods (spiders, butterflies etc.), each with its own introduction. Beautifully illustrated and highly informative, size 210 x 150mm.

Price for album (without cards): Only £15.00

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