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Crow - 1897 Antique Colorized Bird Photograph Illustration

The crow is a common bird found throughout much of North America. In the interior of the continent south of the Arctic, it is simply called "the crow", as no other such birds occur there on any regular basis. Crows are often seen as pests, since they dine on food crops and scavenge with out much care for humans around. They are generally black, and have a large part in American lore. This listing includes the color illustration and one page of text about the crow.

This pages is the real thing- not a photo copy or digital file. It was rescued from a very damaged book- "Birds- Illustrated By Color Photography, Vol. I" from 1897. The book had been separated from it's binding , a few pages were ripped and some were missing, but those that remain are amazing examples of colorized photography illustration art in the 1890s.

The pages are yellowed from age, but only show slight wear and smudging, unless noted. Each page measures 7" X 9.5", and includes the full page, not just what was cut from the binding. This gives you a little extra when matting. And this is completely worthy of framing! These items will come shipped encased in a heavier poster board for protection.

As always, I will only charge you the actual price of shipping, so if you combine purchases or I have over quoted, I will refund you the difference back to your PayPal account.

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Crow- 1897 Antique Colorized Bird Photograph Illustration


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: Array, paper
  • Ships worldwide from Washington, United States
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