The Australian Terrier and the Australian Silky Terrier

By: Wheatland, W. A

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Mosman, Swales and Co., 1964. 1st ed. hardback with dustjacket. VG/G. Light shelf wear and soiling to price-clipped dust jacket with some edge chipping Rubbed area on title page, a little insect damage to covers and top corner of rear endpaper, a touch of foxing to side page edges, otherwise very good condition. Signed by the author. The first book on these two dog breeds. Illustrated with black and white photographs.

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