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 Wild Turkey, from “The Birds of America” ~ artist John James Audubon. All 435 of Audubon’s original watercolors for Birds of America are at the New York Historical Society. First published in sections between 1827 - 1838, there are 119 complete copies of the Double Elephant Folio in existence today. Often regarded as the greatest picture book ever produced, a copy sold at Christie’s in March 2000 for $8,802,500.

 Wild Turkey, from “The Birds of America” ~ artist John James Audubon. All 435 of Audubon’s original watercolors for Birds of America are at the New York Historical Society. First published in sections between 1827 - 1838, there are 119 complete copies of the Double Elephant Folio in existence today. Often regarded as the greatest picture book ever produced, a copy sold at Christie’s in March 2000 for $8,802,500.

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