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1949 New Zealand Helio-Vaugirard Proof of the 1898 6d Brown Kiwi bird inset into painting of the bird by L. Screpel.
1949 New Zealand Helio-Vaugirard Proof of the 1898 6d Brown Kiwi bird inset into painting of the bird by L. Screpel.

'Les Oiseaux et le Timbre-poste' by "Helio-Vaugirard" (1949)
8 x 10.5" Fine.
£120.00


1949 New Zealand Helio-Vaugirard Proof of the 1898 3d Hula bird inset into painting of the bird by L. Screpel.
1949 New Zealand Helio-Vaugirard Proof of the 1898 3d Hula bird inset into painting of the bird by L. Screpel.

'Les Oiseaux et le Timbre-poste' by "Helio-Vaugirard"
8 x 10.5." Fine.
£120.00


1955 Helio-Vaugirard Proof of the New Zealand 1935-6 5d Striped Marlin fish inset into painting of the bird by E. Houdemer.
1955 Helio-Vaugirard Proof of the New Zealand 1935-6 5d Striped Marlin fish inset into painting of the bird by E. Houdemer.

'Les Poisssons et le Timbre-poste' by "Helio-Vaugirard" (1949)
10.5 x 8" Fine and impressive.
£120.00


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BONNE Rigobert I. Pitcairn. Isles de Wallis. Esquisse de la Baye Dusky, dans la Nouvelle Zeelande. Paris, Atlas encyclopedique (with N. Desmarest) 1787 Hand coloured engraved maps of Pacific islands in compartments. Fine. 13.5 x 9.5" Islands in the Pacific Ocean described by Captain James Cook on one of his expeditions between 1768-1775. Dusky Bay was first sighted by Captain Cook during his first voyage to New Zealand in 1770.
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POWER W. Tyrone Recollections of three years' residence in China : including peregrinations in Spain, Morocco, Egypt, India, Australia, and New Zealand Richard Bentley, London 1853 xv + 380pp + coloured frontispiece. 1st ed., the fronispiece foxed but otherwise very clean in original cloth boards and later cloth spine. Rare
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