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Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons. 1891. viii; ; 1-289; ; pages + [4p] advs.; + 24pp. advs. Advertisments dated 11/90. Illus. Internally a very good, tight copy with some soiling to the first few pages as well as some ads. . Binding extensively sun-faded. A small embossed stamp at top of the title page says With the Publishers Compliments. No other marks or signatures present. Overall, a very good copy.
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
HOW TO HUNT AND TRAP, CONTAINING FULL INSTRUCTIOS FOR HUNTING THE BUFFALO, ELK, MOOSE, DEER, ANTELOPE,...... ALSO, THE LOCALITIES WHERE GAME ABOUNDS.
New York:Albert Cogswell, Publisher. 1878. 1st edition. 220pp. + pp. index + pp. publishers advs. Illustrated. Internally front hinge cracked, otherwise, a tight clean copy. Binding worn at edges; ends of spine chipped.
London: Bell's Life in London. 1852. 336pp with one folded plate. Internally previous owners name on front fly leaf, Folding plate has a small tear in the margins. Also the edges are frayed. Textual pages age toned. Binding at the top of spine has an inch missing. The bottom has a quarter of an inch missing as well. Binding lightly soiled.
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.
Philadelphia:J. W. Bradley. 1857. 336pp. + 4pp. advs. Wright 11:1179. Eleven hand-colored wood engraved plates. Title-page also hand-colored. Previous owners name on second free end-page. Some light foxing scattered throughout. Externally, original embossed binding with gilt picture of a native American on cover. Covers are quite worn and soiled and spine ends are frayed.
PIPES AND SMOKING CUSTOMS OF THE AMERICAN ABORIGINES BASED ON MATERIAL IN THE U. S. NATIONAL MUSEUM. In Smithsonian Institutions ANNUAL REPORTS, 1897.
Washington:Government Printing Office. 1899. 1021pp. Illustrated. The McGuire essay, pgs. 351-647. Also includes Thomas Wilson's ARROWPOINTS, SPEARHEADS, AND KNIVES OF PREHISTORIC TIMES, pgs. 811-988. Plus (4) other essays. Some very light fixing and light aging of paper; otherwise, a very good, tight, clean, copy.
New York:G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1910. 1st edition. 399pp. + 4pp. publishers adv. Illustrated. Internally a very good, tight, clean copy. Externally, front binding and spine spotted from possible dampness or foxing. Back binding clean and bright. Except for the latter, a very good copy. Previous owners book-plate inside front binding and signature on first free end-page.
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.
347pp. Illus. Inscribed presentation copy. Library-card pocket pasted inside back binding. Looks like it was a private collector. Ends of spine lighly frayed, otherwise a very good tight clean 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.
Carbondale:Southern Illinois University Press. (1980). 300pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Aside from light shelfwear to the top spine end, the book is in very good, clean condition. Pages are clean with no previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is near very good, lightly soiled with wear to edges (including a couple chips and tears) and seams.
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