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Beautiful shells : their nature, structure, and uses familiarly explained, with directions for collecting, cleaning, and arranging them in the cabinet and descriptions of the most remarkable species and of the creatures which inhabit them, and an explanation of the meanings of their scientific names, and of the terms used in conchology Preview this item
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Beautiful shells : their nature, structure, and uses familiarly explained, with directions for collecting, cleaning, and arranging them in the cabinet and descriptions of the most remarkable species and of the creatures which inhabit them, and an explanation of the meanings of their scientific names, and of the terms used in conchology

Author: H G Adams
Publisher: London : Groombridge and Sons, 1855.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H G Adams
OCLC Number: 44040925
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 78 pages, [8 leaves of color of plates] : illustrations ; 18 cm
Responsibility: by H.G. Adams.

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