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
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, 1932. First Edition, one of 990 copies. D'ye ken John Peel? Read More about John Peel, The Famous Cumberland Hunting Song
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1932. Ball, Robert. First edition, one of 990 copies. A very nice copy of a book often the worse for wear. Read More about John Peel, The Famous Cumberland Hunting Song
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
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1929. Brown, Paul. First Derrydale Press Edition, No. 671 of 750 copies, signed by the author on Vol. I title page. Beautiful copies of this fragile set of Gray's beloved classics. Read More about The Sporting Works of David Gray: Gallops 1, Gallops 2, Mr. Carteret
n.p: Privately Printed, 1931. First edition. Presentation copy. Inscribed before the half-title, To Mrs. Blaine Beale / F. Gray Griswold.” With an autograph note from the author on Union Club stationery, presenting the book to Mrs. Beale: “… I send it to you because I wrote it at ‘Wings’ last..... Read More about The Memoirs of Diana Grisdale M.F.H
[Norwood, Mass.]: Privately Printed [at the Plimpton Press], 1932. First edition. Dedication Copy, Inscribed. Read More about The Memoirs of Diana Grisdale M.F.H
Lyon: F. Guyot; Paris: Maison, 1839. First edition. The first 46 pages of this work consist of an extended lyrical poem (in French) on hare-hunting; it is followed by four comedies, also in Alexandrine verse. Read More about Traité de Chasse au Lièvre, Poéme en Cinq Chants et en Vers
New York: Brown-Robertson Company Inc., 415 Madison Ave, 1921. Each #30/200, signed by the artist in pencil lower right. Read More about Two hand-colored prints entitled "The First Flight" and "Full Cry" with a...
New York: The Derrydale Press, (1938). Brown, Paul. First edition, No. 314 of 950. Read More about Foxhunting is Different
New York: The Derrydale Press, . Brown, Paul. Derrydale Publisher’s Dummy. Read More about Foxhunting is Different. [Publisher’s Dummy
Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson & Brothers, . Fifth edition. Presentation Copy, Inscribed by the Editor. Contains the excerpts from his celebrated work, "The Quorndon Hounds" and "The Deerstalkers". This edition includes a life of the author by “Will Wildwood” (Fred Pond), and much new material by Herbert, including the Vale of..... Read More about Frank Forester’s Sporting Scenes and Characters. Embracing “The Warwick Woodlands,” “My...
New York: W.A. Townsend, 1856. Second (first American) edition. Laid. Read More about Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour, edited by Frank Forester
Philadelphia: Getz, Buck & Co, 1852. First edition. Wagstaff-Schiff Copy of the Rare First. Nice copy of the rare first edition of Herbert’s classic work, in original cloth, with excellent twentieth-century provenance. Read More about The Quorndon Hounds; or, A Virginian at Melton Mowbray
Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson, . Second American edition. Rare Frank Forester Presentation Copy. Inscribed on verso of front wrapper: “Miles James / The gift of / Henry W. Herbert”. Rare. Read More about The Quorndon Hounds; or, A Virginian at Melton Mowbray. By Frank Forester
Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson & Brothers, [ca. 1859]. Second Peterson edition, with “Collins, Printer” on copyright page. This work was first published in Graham's American Monthly Magazine, October to December, 1851; the book is dedicated to the journal’s publisher George R. Graham. Read More about The Quorndon Hounds; Or, A Virginian at Melton Mowbray. By Frank Forester
New York: Gould, Banks & Co, 1842. First edition. First Edition. The first book appearance of the pseudonym “Frank Forester” (a transparent one, as Herbert's name appears as author of the opening section, “Memoir of the late William P. Hawes, Esq.”); “Cypress” was Herbert's friend William P. Hawes..... Read More about Sporting Scenes and Sundry Sketches; Being the Miscellaneous Writings of J. Cypress, Jr. [William...
London: Heinemann, . First English trade edition. Read More about Hunting in the United States and Canada. Being an Illustrated history of each of the Hunt Clubs
Boston: Frank L. Wiles, 1908. No. 10 of a deluxe edition of 100 on handmade paper, signed by the authors. One of 100 Deluxe Copies. Read More about The Hunts of the United States and Canada: Their Masters, Hounds and Histories
New York: Derrydale Press. Printed at The Harbor Press with typography by John S. Fass, 1930. Cruikshank, George. No. 258 of 490 copies. "A truly delightful little book..." (Frazier). Read More about The Epping Hunt
London: Charles Tilt, 1829. Cruikshank, George. First edition, with ads at end. Fine 'Epping Hunt'. Read More about The Epping Hunt
London: Printed for Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, 1830. “Partly based on the author’s ‘Complete Sportsman,’ 1817, but deals cheifly with with hunting and is interesting although the author depends largely on Beckford and Somerville” — Schwerdt. Read More about The Hunting Directory; containing a Compendious View of the Ancient and Modern Systems of the...
New Vernon, N.J: New Vernon Business Service, December, 1967. First edition. Inscribed "Merry Xmas 1967 Betty & Jimmie Jones." Read More about Recollections of the Essex Hunt
Glasgow: James Cameron. Circulated by Private Subsciption, 1902. First Edition. Read More about Scottish Hunts by Tantivy
New York: Derrydale Press, 1929. Edition of 80. The original colorist's model for King's scene of this South Carolina hunt in full cry through a field on the edge of a pine forest. An early Derrydale sporting print, issued in one of the smallest limitations (just 80 copies). With a.... Read More about The Aiken Drag. Proof before Letters, the marked Colorist's Model for this hand-colored...