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Das Ganze der Taubenzucht
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Weimar, B.F. Voigt, 1837
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annotation 17 Dovecots do not like Fancy Pigeons

annotation 18 Crosses very fruitful
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annotation 21 In young white bars nearly red & true (Q) character remains only till 3 or 4 years 24 Nearly parallel case
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annotation 29 odd heredetariness in Trumpeter
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annotation 31 Hinkel flight-feathers doubts Q
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annotation Pl 9 Never seen yellow or red Fantail
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