New York: The Derrydale Press, 1941. No. 1 of an edition of 250 prints, signed. COPY NUMBER ONE... Read More about Dropping In. Canada Goose
np: The Double Gun Journal, . Number 247 of 2000, sgned by Coté on label tipped in. Read More about The Double Gun Journal. Index & Reader 1990-1996
London: Rowland Ward, 1912. First edition, second issue without the map. "A rather scarce Rowland Ward publication, the first issue was published with a map and map pocket, while the second issue apparently lacked both. This work details the author's 1910-11 expedition on which he bagged gazelle, leopard and hippopotamus..... Read More about Sport in the Eastern Sudan from Souakin to the Blue Nile
Madrid: Ediciones de Arte y Bibliofilia, . Edition Facsimil. Bibliotheca Cinegetica Espanola. Read More about Granded Caceras Espanolas
[Manchester Center, Vermont: 1996]. First edition, no. 93 of 125 copies, signed by the author (one of 90 soft bound). Coykendall was author of the classic Duck Decoys and How to Rig Them and Joel Barber’s Americana (1983). A whimsical illustrated tale of a baby woodcock. Read More about Doodle. A Mixed Up Woodcock
London: Printed by and For J. Nichols , Son, and Bentley, 1818. Second edition, same year as the first edition. In addition to that of the Chase, there are comments on cock-fighting, hawks, fox hunting and deer hunting. Read More about A Second Edition of the Anecdotes and History of Cranbourn Chase…With Additions and a...
Cleveland: Short & Forman, 1880. First edition. In addition to technical material, contains instructions on shooting, trapping, and fishing. Read More about Fifty Years with the Gun and Rod, including tables showing the velocity, distance, penetration or...
n.p: Privately published, 1949. One of an edition of 100 copies only. A rare and delightful collection of sporting reminiscences which, despite the specificity of the title, involve a wide spectrum of activities: speed-boating, slingshot making, fishing for salmon and muskellunge, wildfowling for partridge, woodcock, duck and other quarry, lists..... Read More about Partridge Shortenin’, being an instructive and irreverent sketch commentary on the Psychology...
London: Charles Tilt, 1829. Cruikshank, George. First edition. Fine 'Epping Hunt'. Interesting note from binders. Read More about The Epping Hunt
[Nebraska or Iowa?]. Lovely little handmade photo album depicting a duck hunting trip in 1920. With scenes of sailing, punts, along the shore, and shots of the hunters. Read More about Cruise of the Tekama. Nove[mber] 3rd to 15th 1920 [cover title
[Carlisle: C. Thurnam, n.d., ca. 1910]. Read More about The Cumberland Hounds
London: Blackie and Son, nd. Shepard, J.A. First edition. All 3 puppies are foxhounds. Read More about The Three Jovial Puppies
London: John Murray, Albemarle Street, 1850. Second edition. “Gordon Cumming appears to have hunted every species of South African fauna, and to have enjoyed an amount of sport almost unique even amongst the mighty hunters of Africa. The narrative is valuable for the account of the state of the country..... Read More about Five Years of a Hunter's Life in the Far Interior of South Africa. With notices of the native...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1938. Kirmse, Marguerite. First edition, No. 58 of 950 copies. INSCRIBED BY THE ARTIST. A fine collection of sporting dog stories, sensitively illustratedThis copy is inscribed on colophon page "To Blaine T. Fairless especially inscribed by the artist Marguerite Kirmse." Read More about Sportsmen All
St. Cloud, Minnesota: Trophy Room Books, . Expanded and updated edition of Czech’s essential bibliography first published in 1999, now encompassing works published in the years 1785 to 1999. Read More about An Annotated Bibliography of African Big Game Hunting Books 1785 to 1999
London: Bradbury, Agnew & Co, 1882. Bowers, G. First edition. Read More about Across Country
London: Macmillan, 1937. First edition. Excellent account of hunting throughout central Africa during Daly’s long career. Read More about Big Game Hunting and Adventure 1897 - 1936
Fenton, Michigain: Fenton Independent Presses, 1892. First edition. RARE. Read More about The Art of Shooting
London: William Daniell, 1820. 40 Plates of Southern Africa, 1820. William Daniell in his preface states, with regard to his brother Samuel's drawings, “He was indefatigable in the pursuit of the various subjects he has delineated; and it was his constant care to see the animals alive, that he might..... Read More about Sketches Representing the Native Tribes, Animals, and Scenery of Southern Africa
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1938. First Edition, No. 94 of 1250 copies. With Author’s Letter of Thanks to His Illustrator. Angling, shooting, and (mostly) foxhunting recollections by the former editor of The Sportsman magazine. LAID IN IS AN ALS FROM THE AUTHOR TO THE ILLUSTRATOR, EDWIN MEGARGEE, dated November..... Read More about Martha Doyle and Other Sporting Memories
Tours: Alfred Mame et Fils, 1869. "Nouvelle édition" --. " ... important chapters in the history of American sport" Révoil lived in the United States between 1842 and 1851, where he hunted and fished in all parts of the country, keeping rigorous notebooks and recording his observations with an acute..... Read More about Chasses dans l'Amérique du Nord
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1938. DeLuxe edition, No. 139 of 265 copies. DeLuxe Edition, With an Original Etching. With an original signed etching by McCaleb as frontispiece, and signed by Henry P. Davis and C.T. Davis on the limitation page. Read More about The Stranger
Georgetown, South Carolina: Samworth / Small-Arms Technical Publishing Company, 1949. First edition. A standard and indispensable American sporting volume, the definitive work on the wild turkey. Read More about The American Wild Turkey
New York: J.W. Bell, 1835. First edition, first issue. Charming collection of essays by a New York journalist. Most of these deal with hunting, shooting, and dogs; there is also a sketch called “The Otter Hunt”, and a few entertaining trifles, e.g., “Broadway on a Fine Day”, “First Impressions of..... Read More about Essays on various subjects. Written for the amusement of everybody, by one who is considered nobody
London: Walter Southwood & Co, 1906. Read More about The Foxhounds of Great Britain and Ireland. Their Masters and Huntsmen