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London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1926. Edited, with commentary, by Cuming. Introduction by Theodore Cook. Color frontispiece, 16 color illustrations, 75 in black and white, map, 260pp., thick 4to, beige cloth. London: John Lane/The Bodley Head, (1926). First edition, very good (+). Master of the Quorn & Pytchley hounds.
London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1926. Edited, with commentary, by Cuming. Introduction by Theodore Cook. Color frontis., 16 color illustrations, 75 in b/w, map, 260pp., thick 4to, beige cloth. London: John Lane/The Bodley Head, (1926). Reprint edition, same year as the first. Very good. Master of the Quorn & Pytchley hounds.
London: Seeley, 1929. A Practical Guide to Modern Methods. 150 mounted illustrations. Untrimmed pages, thick 8vo, full blue morocco. London: Seeley, Service, 1929. Near Fine. The Lonsdale Library of Sports, Games & Pastimes. One of only 360 numbered copies signed by the author. The frontispiece is signed by the artist Winifred Austen.
Augsburg: Mattaeo Schultes, 1679. Densely worded Gothic type title page printed in red & black. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece, and 117 finely printed large woodcuts (1 is hand-colored) by Leonhard Beck, Hans Burgkmair, Hans Schaufelein, et al., followed by 58 pages of text. Decorative initials and head/tailpieces throughout. Short folio, older vellum-backed boards (outer joint repaired, otherwise only lightly worn but with stain on rear cover). Augsburg: Mattaeo Schultes, . A very good clean copy of this scarce book.....
London: "Judy" Office, 1878. Well-illustrated throughout (6 in color) by Phiz, Judy's Other Sporting Artists, and Judy's Special Sporting Commissioner, (The Other Jones). To Which are Added a Few Plasters and Splinters by Charles H. Ross. 116 pages plus ads. Slim 8vo, 1/2 burgundy calf over marbled boards with original wrappers bound-in. London: "Judy" Office, (no date, circa 1878). A very good copy in attractive binding Contents: The "Draw", The "Find", "Full Cry", Odds and Ends, The Other Jones's Friend's.....
London: Routledge, 1911. VOLUME I ONLY. A Few General Ideas on Fox Hunting. A New Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged by William C.A. Blew. Revised and brought down to date by Cuthbert Bradley. 6 hand-colored plates with tissue guards, wood engraved text illustrations. Large 8vo. Original green cloth, uncut, gilt spine with hunting motifs. London, 1911. Fine.
Preface by L. de Boisset. Illustrated with 46 drawings in the text and 32 b/w photographic plates. 282pp printed on woodpulp paper so the pages are somewhat toned, as usual. Original pictorial wrappers (edgeworn with a few chips and folds); uncut edges. Paris: Librairie des Champs-Elysees, 1953. First edition. A very good copy of this uncommon angling book.
Limited Editions Club, 1977. Illustrated with drawings by Paul Hogarth. 8 color plates and a few other in-text figures. 284pp. Tall 8vo, red leather-backed cloth with gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g; publisher's board slipcase. (Great Britain): The Limited Editions Club at Curwen Press, 1977. A fine copy in a fine box. One of 1600 numbered copies signed by the artist.
New York: Derrydale, 1940. Illustrated with mounted color plates by A. Lassell Ripley. 130 pages. 4to, gilt-stamped burgundy cloth (lightly worn at corners; discolored spots on endpapers from old cellotape). New York: Derrydale Press, (140). First edition, limited. A very good copy. Number 80 of 485 copies; this one inscribed by the author on a blank preliminary page.
Washington: National Geographic Society, 1935. 950 photos. 2 volumes. 4to, blue buckram; spines rubbed and sun-darkened so that titles are un-readable. Washington, D.C.: The National Geographic Society, (1935). Overall a good copy, still quite usable. Vol. 1: Lake Superior Region; Vol. 2: Wild Life of Coasts, Islands, and Mountains.
London: Hawkins, 1735. A Poem. Frontis. 106pp. + errata. 4to, contemporary calf; (spine worn, front cover detached , scattered light foxing). London: G. Hawkins and T. Cooper, 1735. Good (+). "It (this work) contains a vivid description of his (Somervile's) favourite pastime and some lively pictures of animal life. It has always been held in high esteem by sportsmen, and many editions of have been published..." DNB, XVIII, p. 665. Lowndes III, p. 2441.