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Field Guides still sell in the millions. The first one (all about birds) appeared in 1902, the work of Chester Reed. The subjects later broadened to trees, then rocks, reptiles, fish and a host of others. Here in America we had Peterson whose art also appeared on postcards, but in the United Kingdom, R. J. Wealthy was the artist Tuck turned to for his wildlife postcards.

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