SECONDHAND AND ANTIQUARIAN BIRD BOOKS


Hello from Andrew Isles Natural History Books.

The following bird books have recently been acquired. Some highlights include:

***The Birds of Australia - Mathew's classic work is known as the last of the great colour-plate bird books and one of the most ambitious bird books ever published.
***The Emu, volumes 1-92 - The single most important twentieth century reference work on Australian ornithology.
***Parrakeets - This lovely volume includes 20 coloured (including 19 handcoloured) plates by Gronvold, Green and Goodchild.

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[Stock ID:39812]  The Birds of Australia.
Mathews, Gregory M.
London: Witherby & Co., 1910-1927.
Quarto, thirteen volumes, 600 handcoloured plates by Keulemans, Gronvold, Goodchild and Green. Contemporary dark green morocco with gilt fillets and lozenge ornaments in spine compartments (except volume four); volume one with gilt stamped birds, a handsome crisp set, scarce in this condition.
AU$32000.00

Gregory Macalister Mathews (1876-1949) was born into a wealthy New South Wales grazing family. He settled in England at the turn of the century and over the next 40 years, with the help of his secretary Tom Iredale into the 1920's, he devoted his life to Australian ornithology. His contribution to Australian ornithology, particularly taxonomy, is profound and at times controversial. Birds of Australia is the last of the great colour-plate bird books and one of the most ambitious bird books ever published. Along with Gould's Birds of Australia 1840-1869 and A. J. North's Nests and Eggs 1904-1914 Mathew's The Birds of Australia is fundamental to Australian ornithology. Anker 328; Nissen IVB 605; Nissen SVB 329; Whittell pp. 488-504: Wood p.454; Zimmer p. 419.

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[Stock ID:36419]  The Emu, volumes 1-92.

Melbourne: Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union, 1900-1994.
Octavo, The first three volumes are the Hyett/Cooper facsimile, volume six is unbound, volume eight part one only (lacks three parts) and volume nine is in a shabby "Emu" binding, all other volumes in a neat binder's cloth, a very good run.
AU$5000.00

The single most important twentieth century reference work on Australian ornithology. The Australian Ornithologists' Union (for most of its existence the Royal Australasian Ornithologists' Union, and now Birds Australia) started with 137 members thus explaining the scarcity of the early volumes and even as early as 1904 the secretary Dudley Le Souef noted that volume one was out of print. A reprint was then suggested but this never happened although many years later volumes one to three were facsimiled by Jack Hyett and Roy Cooper. In the first volume A. J. Campbell, the first editor of The Emu, gives an account of the formation of the Union and in volume three the editors (Campbell was now joined by Henry Kendall) exhorted the members to "... give wholehearted support by forwarding contributions, while not forgetting the very necessary subscriptions. According to the food (material aid) the natural Emu receives, so will its dress appear- lustrous or otherwise. The same with the literary Emu... Besides the primary plank- the scientific study of the avifauna- there are other great considerations worthy of attention: traffic in birds, their wanton destruction, their national value, especially to the farmer, orchardist, etc, not to mention their aesthetic bearing, without which the sum total of human happiness can never be complete". For an excellent history of Birds Australia and the fortunes of The Emu see Robin, Libby. The flight of the Emu: a hundred years of Australian Ornithology 1901-2001. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2001.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:4844]  The birds of Australia.
Gould, John.
Melbourne: Lansdowne, (1972 facsimile).
Folio, eight volumes, coloured plates. Publisher's vinyl, a fine clean set.
AU$3000.00


The first complete full sized facsimile of John Gould's monumental work.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:13685]  Ornitologia della Papuasia e delle Molucche [with three supplements].
Salvadori, Tommaso.
Torino: Ermanno Loescher 1881-1891.
Quarto, four volumes, 2690 pp. Modern quarter morocco and marbled boards, some minor marginal staining in volume one, publisher's blue wrappers retained, very scarce.
AU$3000.00

A complete set with the three later published supplements of the first major taxonomic review of the avifauna of New Guinea. Tommaso Adlard Salvadori (1835–1923) was an Italian zoologist and a leading nineteenth century taxonomist. He wrote the parrot, pigeon and waterfowl volumes for the Catalogue of birds of the British Museum and had a number of animals named in his honour, including the Papua monitor Varanus salvadorii and the monotypic Salvadori's teal Salvadorina waigiuensis. Wood p. 549; not in Zimmer.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:31855]  Parrots in captivity.
Greene, W. T.
London: George Bell and Sons, 1884-1887.
Octavo, three volumes, 402 pp., 81 colour-printed wood-engraved plates (chromoxylographs) by Benjamin Fawcett drawn by A. F. Lydon. Publisher's second issue green cloth (the most common of the three variants), with gilt macaw on upper boards, top edges gilt, some slight wear and sunning, hinges lightly cracked otherwise a sound clean copy.
AU$2800.00

The first book devoted exclusively to parrots in captivity with an interesting anecdotal text and excellent illustrations. Most Australian parrots are described and figured, including rarities such as Paradise Parrot, Orange-bellied Parrot and Ground Parrot. "A grass parrakeet, or seed-eater, the Splendid Parrakeet [Scarlet-chested Parrot] is not a difficult bird to keep, so that the ten pound or so given for him is much more safely invested, than if risked upon a couple of pairs of Paradiseas (Paradise Parrot, now extinct), or Many-coloured Parakeets" (volume one, p. 101). Ferguson 10071; Fine bird books (reprint) p. 103; Nissen IVB 393; Nissen SVB 215; Whittell p. 303; Wood p. 368; Zimmer p. 274.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:26957]  Handbook to the birds of Australia.
Gould, John.
London: Author, 1865.
Octavo, two volumes, 1266 pp. Publisher's handsome decorated cloth, bookplate, a few minor splits in the cloth, otherwise a near fine copy.
AU$2500.00

The Handbook is a significant elaboration of the text of Birds of Australia and Gould's final contribution to Australian ornithology. It is still a useful book in any working collection of Australian ornithology. Ferguson 10031; Sauer 25; Whittell pp. 295-6: Wood p. 365; Zimmer p. 262.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:13390]  A new and improved edition of Histoire Naturelle des Perroquets by Francoise Le Vaillant 1753-1824 from the original two volumes in the collection of Lord McAlpine of West Green.
Le Vaillant, Francois.
Sydney: Imprime, 1989.
Elephant folio, two volumes, 144 loose plates. Publisher's handsome green cloth Solander boxes with coloured label, a fine set.
AU$2500.00


Limited to 200 copies. A magnificent modern reproduction of Le Vaillant's great work on parrots. The published price was $20,000. Freight is extra.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:15850]  Catalogue of the Psittaci, or parrots in the collection of the British Museum.
Salvadori, T.
London: British Museum (Natural History), 1898.
Octavo, 658 pp., 18 chromolithographic plates by Keulemans. Publisher's brown cloth, partly unopened, apart from a library pocket and a small paper library stamp on the bottom of the spine, a near fine copy.
AU$2500.00


Volume 20 from Richard Bowdler Sharpe's 27 volume Catalogue of Birds in the British Museum, 1874-1898. Wood p. 548; Zimmer p. 540.


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Image for this item [Stock ID:28036]  The ornithological works ... reprinted from the originals by the desire of his widow. Edited and revised by his nephew, Robert G. Wardlaw Ramsay, together with a biographical sketch of the author by William Howard Russell. For private circulation.
[Tweeddale, Arthur].
London: Author, 1881.
Large quarto, 760 pp., eleven handcoloured plates by Smit, one coloured map. Contemporary half olive morocco and marbled boards, two library stamps of the Royal Australasian Ornithologists' Union (blank endpaper and title page), pasted on the blank endpaper a note "Captain Legge with Lord Tweeddale's kind regards April 1882".
AU$2000.00

Colonel Arthur Hay, ninth Marquess of Tweeddale (1824-1878), known before 1862 as Lord Arthur Hay and between 1862 and 1876 as Viscount Walden, was a widely travelled soldier and ornithologist. He was president of the Zoological Society of London from 1868 until his death and assembled a substantial collection of birds, insects, reptiles and mammals and his best known for his monograph on the birds of the Celebes, first published in The transactions of the Zoological society of London. Wood p. 605.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:15866]  A classified list of Mr. William Silver's collection of New Zealand birds (at the Manor-house, Letcomb Regis), with short descriptive notes.
Buller, Walter L.
London: E.A. Petherick, 1888.
Octavo, 96 pp., ten plates and text engravings. Publisher's printed vellum binding with marbled end papers, covers lightly soiled, manuscript title on spine. Bookplate of the Earl of Northbrook and a letter to him from Silver laid down at front, very scarce.
AU$2000.00

Stephen William Silver (1819-1905) was a wealthy London timber merchant who assembled a fine collection of New Zealand bird specimens. They were exhibited at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition of 1886 and this publication is in effect a catalogue of the collection. His fine library subsequently became known as the York Gate Library and was purchased in 1905 by the Royal Geographical Society of South Australia, Adelaide. Bagnall 754.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:15401]  Parrots and cockatoos.
Butterworth, Elizabeth.
London: Fischer Fine Art, 1979.
Folio, 20 uncoloured aquatints, each signed and numbered by the artist. All plates printed on deckle edge paper and contained in a cloth covered folio box, limited edition of 60 numbered copies, the separately printed booklet by Rosemary Low supplied in photocopy, a fine copy.
AU$1800.00

Elizabeth Butterworth (born 1949) is best known for her beautifully detailed and accurate drawings of parrots. Her best known works are Amazon Parrots, 1983 and Macaws, 1993. Her artwork is well represented worldwide in private collections and public galleries.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:36411]  Nests and eggs of birds found breeding in Australia and Tasmania.
North, Alfred J.
Sydney: Australian Museum, 1901-1914.
Quarto, four volumes, 1580 pp., 25 egg plates, uncoloured vignettes by Neville Cayley senior, photographs by the author and H. Barnes. Later black half morocco and red morocco grained cloth, all edges speckled red, a very good clean set.
AU$1800.00



One of the great classics of Australian ornithology and still a useful book.



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Image for this item [Stock ID:17864]  The South Australian Ornithologist.

Adelaide: The South Australian Ornithological Association, 1914-1971.
25 volumes, a very good set as issued in the publisher's wrappers, very scarce.
AU$1500.00

The first 25 volumes. Volume seven, part five is the reprint issue. An important early Australian ornithological journal with contributions by most of the well known ornithologists of the day.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:36417]  Nests and eggs of Australian birds: including the geographical distribution of the species and popular observations thereon.
Campbell, Archibald James.
Sheffield: Author, 1901.
Octavo, 1102 pp., 28 (27 of eggs) chromolithographs by Brittlebank, photographs. Publisher's brown decorated cloth [single volume], a bright crisp copy, scarce in this condition.
AU$1500.00

A. J. Campbell, a foundation member of both the Royal Australasian Ornithologists' Union and the Bird Observers' Club, was a prolific contributor to the journals of the day. Along with A. J. North he was the leading oological authority and his work is rightly one of the classics of Australian ornithology. "A most interesting account of the nidification of the 765 Australian birds, with copious notes and beautiful photos of nests and nestlings ..." (Wood). The publication date of copies can vary. Some copies, as per Whittell's comment, have the date of 1900 pasted on the title page. This copy has the title page with a proper printed date of 1901. Ferguson 7872; Whittell pp.106-115; Wood p. 277; Zimmer p. 123.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:15547]  Parrakeets: a handbook to the imported species.
Seth-Smith, David.
London: R. H. Porter, (1903 first edition).
Octavo, 282 pp., 20 coloured (including 19 handcoloured) plates by Gronvold, Green and Goodchild. Contemporary half red morocco, top edge gilt, wrappers retained, owner's signature and price paid on front endpaper, a very good copy.
AU$1500.00 



A handsome publication and one of the last colour plate bird books, with many Australian species. The plates were first published in the Aviculture Magazine.



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Image for this item [Stock ID:6444]  The Dodo and kindred birds, or the extinct birds of the Mascarene Islands.
Hachisuka, Masauji.
London: Witherby, 1953.
Quarto, 250 pp., colour plates and text illustration. Unobtrusive owner's stamp on bottom edge, owner's sticker, an unnumbered copy, fine copy in dustwrapper.
AU$1200.00


 


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Image for this item [Stock ID:25785]  The birds of the Malay Peninsula: a general account of the birds inhabiting the region from the Isthmus of Kra to Singapore with the adjacent islands.
Robinson, Herbert C. and Frederick N. Chasen.
London: H. F. & G. Witherby, 1927-1976.
Small quarto, five volumes, 1858 pp., 125 colour plates by Gronvold. Publisher's red cloth (volume five in dustwrapper), a fine set.
AU$1200.00

Volume five Conclusion and survey of every species was produced much later (1976) by Lord Medway and David R. Wells.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:8313]  Thorburn's birds of prey: a facsimile of the 1919 edition with a new forward.
[Thorburn, Archibald].
Lamarsh: Iain Grahame, 1985.
Small folio, 32 pp., twelve coloured plates. Publisher's green half morocco marbled endpapers, slipcase, the collector's edition limited to 135 numbered copies, a fine copy.
AU$850.00



A handsome facsimile of the scarcest of all Thorburn's works.


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Image for this item [Stock ID:8962]  Studies and sketches of a bird painter.
Ching, Raymond.
Melbourne: Lansdowne Editions, 1981.
Small folio, 260 pp., colour plates, text illustrations. Publisher's full grey calf and Solander box, edition limited to 500 copies, numbered and signed by the artist, some marks to box otherwise a fine copy.
AU$850.00

Raymond Harris-Ching is one of the great modern wildlife artists and Studies and Sketches is one of his best books. Originally born in New Zealand he moved to England after his first highly successful Wellington exhibition and has remained there, with a few minor interludes elsewhere, ever since.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:38112]  Autograph letter signed and dated 1820.
Latham, John.

Single sheet 22.5 cm by 18 cm, holograph letter in ink in the entire hand of John Latham. Original folds, some slight loss and tear.
AU$850.00

An excellent holograph letter in which Latham discusses the "publication of my long intended new work on birds" [A General History of Birds, 1821-1828]. Medical practitioner John Latham (1740-1837) "was a man born at the right time, with the appropriate qualities to perform an onerous task. He determined to describe all known species of birds and to record the discoveries of new species as they occurred, at a time when the number of discoveries was increasing at an accelerating pace, for fifty years he was the chief recorder of the world" (Jackson p. 136). Thus Latham's great works, the General Synopsis and the General History, coincided with exciting discoveries from the New World. Both works are central to Australian ornithology with over 450 species described. The General History lists most species known at that time, many as first descriptions, and at least 16 Australian birds are figured. Many of the species included were later listed by Vigors and Horsfield in their classic paper on the taxonomy of Australian birds published 1827.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:39233]  Sandgrouse, volumes 1-16.
Parr, Don, editor.
Sandy: Ornithological Society of the Middle East, 1980-1996.
Octavo, 16 volumes, bound in three volumes of binder's cloth with volume 16 unbound, the bookplate of Stephen Marchant.
AU$850.00


 

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Image for this item [Stock ID:5239]  The birds of tropical west Africa: with special reference to those of the Gambia, Sierra Leone, the Gold Coast and Nigeria.
Bannerman, David Armitage.
London: Crown Agents for the Colonies, 1931-1951.
Octavo, eight volumes, 3564 pp., 86 (85 coloured) plates, text illustrations, folding maps. Publisher's cloth, apart from a few minor corner bumps, a fine set.
AU$800.00



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Image for this item [Stock ID:24043]  The birds of paradise and bower birds.
Forshaw, Joseph M. and William T. Cooper.
Sydney: Collins, (1977 first edition).
Folio, 304 pp., colour plates by Cooper, fine copy in publisher's slipcase and dustwrapper.
AU$650.00



Winner of Australian Book of the Year in 1977 and one of the modern bird book classics.



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Image for this item [Stock ID:38393]  Report on the birds collected by the British Ornithologists' Union Expedition and the Wollaston Expedition in Dutch New Guinea [drop title].
Ogilvie-Grant, W. R.
[London]: The Ibis, 1915.
Quarto, 336 pp. 8 chromolithographs by Gronvold, two folding maps. Contemporary binder's blue cloth, a fine copy.
AU$650.00


The Ibis, Jubilee Supplement 2 from The report of the Wollaston Expedition originally published as a large quarto, two-volume account covering all aspects of natural history. This is the extracted bird section.


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Image for this item [Stock ID:20077]  Recherches sur la faune des regions Australes.
Milne Edwards, M. Alph.
Paris: Libraire de L'Aacademie de Medicine, 1879-1882.
Octavo, erratically paginated, five lithographs of penguins and gannets, six folding maps. Four parts bound in one volume, early plain wrappers, chipped, scarce.
AU$600.00



Bibliotheque de L'Ecole des Hautes Etude, Section des Sciences Naturelle. Volume 19, article no. 2 (1879). Volume 21, article no. 4 (1880). Volume 25, article no. 2 (1882). Volume 26, article no. 2 (1882).



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Image for this item [Stock ID:1779]  Birds of prey of Australia.
Morris, Frank T.
Melbourne: Lansdowne, 1973.
Folio, 170 pp., colour plates and text illustrations. Publisher's full brown calf, limited to 500 copies, numbered and signed by the author, a fine copy.
AU$600.00


 




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Image for this item [Stock ID:16344]  Review of the genus Cisticola.
Lynes, H.
London: The Ibis, 1930.
Octavo, two volumes, 673 pp., 20 colour plates. Handsome binder's red cloth, a small sticker pasted on the front endpaper from the author.
AU$500.00


The plates are produced in folding chart form and are highly attractive examples of measured drawings. Published as a Supplement to The Ibis, Twelfth Series, Volume six.


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Image for this item [Stock ID:39604]  On the ornithology of New Zealand.
Buller Walter.
Wellington: Author, 1865.
Octavo, 20 pp., with two other papers, very scarce.
AU$450.00


Bound with On the ornithology of New Zealand is a paper "Notes On the ornithology of New Zealand" by Buller (extract from The Ibis 1869). Separate is a paper by Buller "The story of Papaitonga; or a page of Maori history (Wellington Philosohpical Society p. 572-584).


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Image for this item [Stock ID:39605]  Observations on the anatomy and development of Apteryx.
Parker, T. Jeffrey.
London: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 1891.
Quarto, 25-134 pp., 16 lithographed plates, mostly coloured. Publisher's wrappers, chipped and detached.
AU$450.00



Volume eight.



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Image for this item [Stock ID:11451]  Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic birds: Parrots to Dollarbird [HANZAB, volume four].
Higgins, Peter et al., editors.
Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1999.
Quarto, 1248 pp., colour plates, text illustrations, maps, a very good copy in dustwrapper.
AU$400.00

Each species account includes sections on field identification, habitat, distribution and population, movements and migration, food, social organisation, social behaviour, voice, breeding, plumage and morphology, and references. This volume completes the Non-passerines and covers Cockatoos, Parrots, Cuckoos, Owls, Frogmouths, Nightjars, Owlet-nightjar, Swifts, Kingfishers, Bee-eater and Rollers.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:39580]  The directory of Australian birds: passerines.
Schodde, R. and I. J. Mason.
Melbourne: CSIRO Publishing, 1999.
Quarto, 851 pp., maps, minor blemishes, dustwrapper, scarce.
AU$350.00

Lists all the regionally recognisable forms of Australian song-birds and maps the distribution and summarises the habitat of each form. The Directory describes 720 regional forms of Australian Passerines, compared to only about 340 species. This series will be completed in three volumes; the non-passerine volume is currently in preparation and has an expected publication date of 2016. A final volume on the biogeography and evolution of Australian birds is planned.

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Image for this item [Stock ID:15572]  Catalogue of the Limicolae in the Collection of the British Museum [Catalogue of Birds in the British Museum, volume 24].
Sharpe, R. Bowdler.
London: British Museum (Natural History), 1896.
Octavo, 794 pp., 7 chromolithograph plates by Keulemans.Publisher's cloth, some wear, library sticker on spine and library pocket on lower paste-down, no library stamps, partly unopened.
AU$350.00


Volume 22 from Richard Bowdler Sharpe's 27 volume Catalogue of Birds in the British Museum, 1874-1898.


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Image for this item [Stock ID:39632]  Australian parrots.
Forshaw, Joseph M.
Melbourne: Lansdowne Press, (1969 reprint).
Quarto, 306 pp., tipped-in colour photographs, inscribed by the author, very good copy in dustwrapper.
AU$200.00


 



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Image for this item [Stock ID:1801]  The fairy-wrens: a monograph of the Maluridae.
Schodde, Richard and Richard Weatherly.
Melbourne: Lansdowne Editions, 1982.
Folio, 203 pp., illustrated by Richard Weatherly, near mint copy in dustwrapper.
AU$200.00 

 







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Image for this item [Stock ID:12796]  Bird life on island and shore.
Guthrie-Smith, H.
Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, 1925.
Octavo, 195 pp., photographs, bookplate, fine copy in dustwrapper, scarce in this condition.
AU$150.00




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