Parrots 2007
G D S Cards Birds, Butterflies & Moths Parrots 2007 Parrots 2007 L25 - Parakeets, Cockatiel, Cockatoo, Macaws, Lovebirds and Parrots, not to mention Lories and Conures, are among the most exotic of tropical and sub-tropical birds and many are popular as cage birds. Some particularly fine specimens from every warm clime are pictured in this series including the extremely rare Golden Parrot (pictured) discovered by a Dr. Greene in a remote area of Brazil in 1887. Size 80 x 61mm
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Parrots 2007

Issuer: G D S Cards Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: Parakeets, Cockatiel, Cockatoo, Macaws, Lovebirds and Parrots, not to mention Lories and Conures, are among the most exotic of tropical and sub-tropical birds and many are popular as cage birds. Some particularly fine specimens from every warm clime are pictured in this series including the extremely rare Golden Parrot (pictured) discovered by a Dr. Greene in a remote area of Brazil in 1887. Size 80 x 61mm Number of cards in set: L25 Abbreviations used for Number In Set:
EL = Extra Large; LT = Large Trade ( size 89 x 64mm); L = Large; M = Medium; K = Miniature.

Price for complete set: Only £9.50

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