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Wah-Hah and the lemon-yellow crest / written and illustrated by Monica Oppen
Bib ID 1727027
Format BookBook
Author
Oppen, Monica
 
Description [Redfern, N.S.W.] : Ant Press, c1988 
[30] p. : ill. (some col.) ; in box, 59 cm. 
ISBN 0731665775
Notes

Limited ed. of 10 hand printed, hand bound numbered and signed copies.

Contains 29 original hand coloured etchings on BFK Rives 250 gsm paper.

Available from Ms M Oppen, 30 Great Buckingham Street, Redfern, N.S.W. 2016.

Subjects Oppen, Monica.  |  Cockatoos -- Fiction.  |  Prints, Australian.  |  Artists' books -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Ant Press

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