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Phoenix, Az.: North American Sheep Hunters Association. l974. 220pp. Illus. Hard bound. 2nd printing, May, 1974. Small reminder of bookstore sticker. Otherwise, a fine, tight, clean copy.
Illus. by Lynn Bogue Hunt. 277 p. Mild shelfwear and front lower corner bumped; foxed on edges and mildly throughout, o/w very good in a fair dj. FB078
NY:Dodd Mead & Company. 1901. 393pp. A tight, clean copy. Binding slightly mottled at spine and top inch of front cover, otherwise a very good copy. S018.
With illus. from Photographs taken by the author. NY:Harper & Brothers. . 280pp. Minor fraying at ends of spine, o/w a very good copy. S003.
London:John Murray. 1878. 338pp. Illustrated. The green boards are mildly shelf-worn with greater wear/rubbing to the edges of the spine. The edges of the gutters are worn to the boards in places. Wear to spine ends and edge points as well. Internally, the hinges are intact. The binding is tight but cracked at 97 and 112. There is a previous owners name on the 2nd free end-page, with heavy foxing to the end-pages and age-toning to title page. Internally, the pages are much cleaner with just an occasional patch of foxing. Overall, a good solid copy.
THE SCI RECORD BOOK OF TROPHY ANIMALS. A book of the Safari Club international awards program containing tabulations of outstanding big game trophies in Africa, Asia, and Europe, North and South America, and Australia and New Zealand.
Tucson, Az. Safari Club International. 1982. 462pp. Illus. Hard cover. Volume 3. Pseud, leather binding. A fine, tight, clean copy. T009.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Wildfowl Carving and Collecting. 1991. 96 pp. Illustrated. Softcover. Some light wear to covers. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. A very good copy.
New York; George E. Woodward, 1873. xii+343pp. Harcover, no dj. Very Good condition. Embossed green cloth boards shelfworn, with worn-through fabric at extremities and top of rear gutter. Decorative bookplate on front pastedown, Bookstore embossed stamp to ffep. Internally unmarked and quite clean (very scattered foxing spots). Securely bound. All you needed to know about fishing and hunting in North America in the 19th century, (cfm)
London:Duckworth and Co. 1914. 304pp. With 136 Illustrations from photographs and 11 maps. 1st edition. Hardcover. Boards lightly soiled and shelfworn, with wear to edges and edgepoints, and some light mottling to boards but heavier on spine strip. Teg. Internally, end-pages are age toned with two previous owners names inked to the 1st free end-page, otherwise a near very good, clean copy.
New York; The Amateur Sportsman Co., . First Edition. Hardcover, no dj. iv+207pp+4pp adverts. Illustrated with b/w photographs. Maroon cloth boards moderately rubbed/soiled, with light fraying at extremities, and loss of most white coloring of the embossed titling. Decorative bookplate on front pastedown, with owner info penned to ffep. Light foxing to frontis portrait and its tissue guard. Occasional handling grime but otherwise unmarked. Square and tightly bound. Overall G+. A forward looking work, 'Our Wild Fowl and Waders' provides a framework "for American readers on the practical conservation of game. It deals with the methods of propogation and preservation which are essential to make game abundant and make it plentiful in places where field sports are permitted." (cfm)
Falmouth, MA:Independent Press. 1895. 116pp. 1st editiion. Hardcover. Ex-library, with large bookplate to inside front board (name of library scratched out), a label on spine with numbers, a couple numbers to dedication page and remains of something removed on inside rear board. Aside from library markings, a very good, clean copy. Blue-green boards just lightly soiled with a hint of mottling to boards. Internally, end-pages, front and rear, have a bit of foxing but are otherwise clean. The binding is tight and hinges intact. *Duck hunting on Cape Cod. Scarce.
SHOOTING ON UPLAND, MARSH AND STREAM. A Series of Articles Written by Prominent Sportsmen, Descriptive of Hunting the Upland Birds of America.
Exposing Their Flights, Habits, Resorts, and the Most Successful Manner of Pursuing them with the Gun; And Treating Especially of the Scientific Methods of Shooting Ducks, Prairie Chickens, Grouse, Wild Turkeys, Wild Geese, Wild Oigeions, Snipe, Quail, Woodcock and Plovers. Chicago:Rand McNally and Company. 1890. 473pp + ads. Profusely Illustrated. Hardcover. Red boards lightly rubbed and shelfworn, with wear to all edges and edge points. Internally, pages clean and bright with no previous owners marks or signatures. A very good copy.
THE ARCTIC PRAIRIES. A CANOE-JOURNEY OF 2,000 MILES IN SEARCH OF THE CARIBOU; BEING THE ACCOUNT OF A VOYAGE TO THE REGION NORTH F ALYMER LAKE
New York:Charles Scribner's Sons. 1911. xvi+415pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. In very good condition. Gilt bright on cover but slightly chipped on spine. Light overall shelfwear with several bubbles to cloth on rear board. Several edge points gently bumped. Internally, bookplate to iniside front board but otherwise pages clean and bright. A very good copy.
Edinburgh:Edmonston and Douglas. 1875. xxi+428pp. Illustrated with chromolithograph frontispiece and title page vignette, 12 tinted plates, 1 map at rear and numerous in-text drawings. Ex-library, including number on spine, small libray book-plate to inside front board, small oval red ink stamp on title page as well as to a corner of all full page illustrations but not map, and library pocket and card to rear boards. Boards are lightly shelf-worn and soiled, with wear to spine ends as well as some mottling to the spine strip, and soiling to page edges. The front hinge is intact, rear hinge just starting at top edge, and the binding is still tight. Aside from the library markings, and some light foxing scattered throughout, a good, clean copy. Was never signed out according to the still enclosed library card.
THE OLD FOREST RANGER; or, Wild Sports of India on the Neilgherry Hills, in the Jungles, and on the Plains
London; Jeremiah How, 1845. Second edition. Hardcover, no dj. Top edge gilt. Illustrated. xii+332pp. Half leather. Good condition. Leather a bit worn along the edges and gutters. Owner names penned to ffep and half title. Foxing to endpapers. Some insect nibbling to lower corner of preliminaries to the preface. Foxing to some of the full page illustrations. Otherwise pretty clean. "The kind reception I met with, under the disquise of "The Old Forest Ranger" has encouraged me to reprint , in a connected form, my papers on Indian Field Sports, which have appeared, from time to time, in the pages of the "New Monthly Magazine"." (cfm)
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