** With Signed Letter ** Ronald Hickling Enjoying Ornithology 1st Ed 1983

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Ronald Hickling (Edited By) : Enjoying Ornithology A Celebration of Fifty Years of The British Trust For Ornithology 1933-1983 First UK Edition 1st Impression Published By T & A.D. Poyser Calton Staffordshire 1983….. This copy has a signed letter from the Editor Ronald Hickling dated 1954 regarding a study he was involved in on The Migration Patterns of Gulls. ………. Rare with signed letter Tipped onto the Front Endpaper (see pictures)  

Condition Of Book and Dust-Jacket: This is a Very Good + Copy of this Book in maroon cloth with gilt title lettering to spine in a Very Good + Dust-Jacket that has no chips or tears to the outer edges of the wrapper.Not price clipped.Wrapper illustrations are by Robert Gillmor.This copy has a letter from Ronald Hickling tipped onto the front endpaper requesting information on the migrations and origins of birds wintering here in particular on Gulls having been ringed abroad.A Lovely copy for the collector made ever more desirable with the signed letter tipped in.The dust-jacket comes well protected in a removable cover cover sleeve.Not price clipped.8vo 296pp First UK Edition 1st Impression [1983]

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