[New York]: Privately printed, 1928.
Very limited edition [no limitation specified]. Illustrated with 8 photogravure plates (the 4 to Tarpomania by Julian A. Dimock). , 59 pp. printed on rectos only. 1 vols. 8vo. Bound in full crushed olive levant with inlay of tarpon on the line on front cover, pastedowns of full grey morocco gilt, patterned paper flyleaves, t.e.g., by The French Binders. Toned to brown as usual, slightest traces of rubbing, else fine. Bruns J31, p. 243; Ken Callahan’s “A Partial Tarpon Bibliography” at end of 1990 edition of The Book of the Tarpon, p. xiii; Heller 2:291. Item #242728
Ken Callahan, in his bibliography, comments that this book "Gives a very good account of the excitement of tarpon fishing. Certainly the most attractive tarpon book, both in typography, design and particularly fine binding by The French Binders, formerly binders for the Grolier Club. ... A rare and handsome book." Eldridge Johnson was the president of the Victor Talking Machine Co. and a book collector, the owner of Lewis Carroll manuscripts and books.
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