THE AMERICAN ANGLER'S BOOK: Embracing The Natural History of Sporting Fish, and The Art of Taking Them. With Instructions in Fly-Fishing, Fly-Making, and Rod-Making; and Directions for Fish Breeding.
Publisher: Philadelphia:E. H. Butler and Co.
Condition: Very Good
Binding: Hard Cover
Dust Jacket: No jacket
Edition: 1st edition
To Which is Appended, DIES PISCATORIAE: Describing Noted Fishing-Places and the Pleasure of Solitary Fly-Fishing. Illustrated with eighty engravings on wood. Philadelphia:E. H. Butler and Co. 1864. 1st. edition. 604pp. Hardcover. External boards sun-faded where something was on top of the item. Edge points worn to boards and spine ends worn and freyed. Internally, a small bookplate centered on the inside front board but no other marks or signatures. The hinges are intact and the binding is tight. There is some light foxing scattered throughout, otherwise most pages are clean and bright. The last few pages have their corners creased. Overall, a very good copy.