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Pair of flying snipe, one shot - cruel divorce [picture] / N. Cayley
Bib ID 2898667
Format PicturePicture
Author
Cayley, Neville, 1854-1903
 
Description [189-?] 
1 photograph : treated, hand col. ; 28 x 35.8 cm. (s.m.) 
Notes

Title from inscription on reverse.

Signed l.r.

Embossed stamps l.l. and l.r.: Copyright; W. Aldenhoven, 74 Hunter St., Sydney.

R6344.

Subjects Snipes.  |  Snipe shooting.
Other authors/contributors Aldenhoven, W. (William)
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500 |aTitle from inscription on reverse.
500 |aSigned l.r.
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