T H I S IS THE NINTH annual report of the Rarities Committee and has involved consideration of 356 records for 1966, an increase of 23 on the final total for 1965 and of 70 on that for 1964. The proportion of records accepted was 73%, thus maintaining the 1964-65 level after a rise from only 61% in 1962. This reflects a continued improvement in standards of observation and presentation; in the lat...

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