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Print of the Month - March 2018

Printed in 1862 by William Dickes using the Baxter Process and published by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, SPCK for short.

As well as the picture on the front of the card there was a description of the The Red-Backed Shrike on the back.

One of 12 reward cards in a set of Birds of the Wood and Field sold by the SPCK. This set was the third and final set of Birds of the Wood and Field published by the SPCK.

Card size circa 13.5 x 10 cm.

This card is not signed by Dickes.