New York: The Derrydale Press, 1937. Each print is copy no. 1 of 250: THE PUBLISHER’S OWN COPY... Read More about “Hoick! Hoick! Hoick!” [and:] “Kennel Bound&rdquo
London: Henry Graves and Co, 1841. RARE. The Melton Hunt Going to Draw the Ram's Head Cover by Sir Francis Grant (1810-1878), painter and president of the Royal Academy, was exhibited at the Royal Academy, 1839.Of Grant, who is buried at Melton Mowbray, Siltzer notes that he was usually neglected..... Read More about Key to the Picture of The Melton Hunt; Engraved in the finest style of Mezzotint by W. Humphrys,...
London: Done & Ball, Photographers, 62 Cheapside, ca. 1870's. Read More about Fox Hunting - Photography
England: Ca. 1864. Manuscript 19th Century Sporting Poems. A volume of particular interest, consisting of 60 pages on which are inscribed fair copies of 14 sporting poems, songs, and parodies, presumably in the hand of the author, the final entry dated Feb. 17, 1864. These are replete with local and..... Read More about Fox Hunting: Manuscript volume of sporting poems
London: Rudolph Ackermann, July 7th, 1847. Read More about Hand-colored engraving: "John Mytton, Esquire, Halston Salop. From the original Picture in...
Bristol: E.W. Savory, Ltd., Fine Art Publishers, 1907. First edition. This scrapbook for house parties is mostly blank, with the exception of one sketch of a saddled horse, signed R.M. MacKenzie, 1909. Read More about Sporting Days. A Book for Visitors and House Parties (Arranged by J. Harry Savory
London: Published June 24th, 1811, by H. Humphrey, No. 27, St. James St, 1811. First edition. The engraved title leaf comprises four lines of whimsical verse and a paragraph of descriptive text signed "Billesdon Coplow"; the six numbered plates depict incidents of foxhunting: 1) Going along a slapping pace 2)..... Read More about Indispensable Accomplishments [Series of Six Hand Colored Aquatints
[London: C. Turner, 1813-1814]. Plates are:Southern Hounds, or Hunting in Its UnfancyHeading the FoxTaking a Lead by which..., etcCraningThrown Out. Read More about Hunting Incidents
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1935. First Edition, No. 151 of 950 copies. Of the edition of 950, states Frazier, not more than 300 copies were printed when an error was discovered and an errata slip inserted. This copy is one such, with the slip tipped in at page 79..... Read More about Sporting Stables and Kennels
New York: Published by Ernest R. Gee at His Book & Print Shop 35 East Forty-Ninth Street [Printed by Eugene V. Connett at The Derrydale Press], . First edition. Read More about Gee's Hunting Diary to record the Sport of the Season arranged for Followers of Foxhounds &...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1932. First Edition, No.27 of 950 copies. With Some Golfing Yarns. Ten short stories, linked by the locale of a Virginia club, and containing several humorous golfing yarns. Read More about The Medchester Club
New York: J.F. Taylor, 1903. Autograph edition, no. 24 of 50 copies. One of 50 copies, Superbly Bound. An imposing compilation of sporting personalities and statistics, illustrated with drawings and numerous photographic portraits taken especially for this book. THE TWO CHAPTER, 80-PAGE SECTION ON AMERICAN GOLF IS PARTICULARLY INTERESTING, being..... Read More about The Book of Sport
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1928. First Edition, thus; No. 318 of 350 copies. Three rolicking fox-hunting songs dating back to the early 19th Century. Read More about Hell for Leather! The Epping Hunt-The Melton Hunt-Howell Wood
Millbrook: Privately Printed at the Millbrook Press, 1939,-45,-48. Banshee undated but. Limited to 75 or 100 copies for presentation to the author’s friends. Read More about A Collection of his 4 Christmas Books: 1) A Horse for Christmas Morning; WITHOUT Faith, Perfect...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1933. Twachtman, J. Alden. First Edition, one of 850 copies. Harry Worcester Smith Copy, With a Letter from Gordon Grand. Laid in is AN AUTOGRAPH LETTER, SIGNED, BY GORDON GRAND, on his Millbrook NY letterhead, dated Nov. 27, 1934 to Harry Worcester Smith: “Thank you..... Read More about Colonel Weatherford and His Friends
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1933. Twachtman, J. Alden. First Edition, one of 1450 copies. Signed by Grand on the half-title. Read More about Colonel Weatherford and His Friends
New York: published by The Derrydale Press, 1933. The original typescript of the first page of “Colonel Weatherford's Colossal Failure”, from “Colonel Weatherford and His Friends”, Grand's second book, after “The Silver Horn”. With a number of manuscript corrections in ink by the author. At least one complete manuscript of..... Read More about Original corrected typescript page from the manuscript of “Colonel Weatherford and His Friends”
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1938. First edition. With an ALS to Frank Littleton from Gordon Grand about the book. And another letter from Gordon Grand (Junior) to Jim Rikhoff about finding this letter in a book. Read More about Redmond C. Stewart, Foxhunter and Gentleman of Maryland
[Montreal]: Privately Printed [by the Ronalds Co.], Christmas, 1935. First Canadian Edition, one of 170 copies. Introduction signed. Read More about The Silver Horn
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1932. Twachtman, J. Alden. One of the most successful Derrydale titles, and, though a collection of stories, a leading candidate for The Great American Sporting Novel. Read More about The Silver Horn
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1932. CROSS, F.R. First Edition, one of 950 copies. WITH SIGNED FORE-EDGE PAINTING UNDER GILT EDGES. One of the most successful Derrydale titles, and, though a collection of stories, a leading candidate for The Great American Sporting Novel. We know of no other Derrydale book..... Read More about The Silver Horn and Other Sporting Tales of John Weatherford
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1939. First Edition, one of 1450 copies. A fresh, bright copy, signed by the author on the half-title. Read More about The Southborough Fox, and Other Colonel Weatherford Stories
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1929. First Derrydale edition, one of 750 sets, signed by the author on the half title of vol. I. Read More about The Hitchcock Edition of David Gray] Gallops 1, Gallops 2, Mr. Carteret