London: Eyre and Spottiswoode Limited, 1926; 1928. First editions. Read More about Shires and Provinces by "Sabretache". [With] More Shires and Provinces
East Aurora, NY: Done into this book by the Roycrofters, 1937. First edition. Robert Ruliph Morgan Carpenter’s account of his 1936 safari to Kenya, where he hunted rhino, buffalo, oryx, waterbuck, lion, and antelope with Donald Ker of Ker & Downey as Professional Hunter. Read More about My African Safari
London: Hutchinson, 1914. Second edition. A spectacular account of travel through Siberia toward the sources of the Yenisei river, across northwestern Mongolia and over the Tian-Shan into Chinese Turkestan to KashgarAn extremely scarce, engrossing account of this little travelled area, which the author and his party traversed, surveyed and mapped..... Read More about Unknown Mongolia. A Record of Travel and Exploration in North-West Mongolia and Dzungaria. With...
[New York]: Printed by Albert B. King, 81 William St, 1894. UNRECORDED. The Carteret Gun CLub was a shooting club established in 1883 in Bergen Point at the southern tip of Bayonne, New Jersey. Until the industrialization of the Bayonne waterfront during the first world war, Bayonne was “a beautiful..... Read More about The Carteret Gun Cub. Bergen Point, N.J. 1894
London: Witheby, . First edition. Read More about Hunters and the Hunted. Some Glimpses of Man and Beast in the African Bush
New York: Harper, 1923. First American Edition. A lively account of hunting the waterbuck, wildebeest, antelope, eland, lion and elephant of Portugese East Africa. Read More about African Hunting Among the Thongas
London: Gurney and Jackson, 1930. First edition. Read More about Memories of Fourscore Years less Two 1851-1929
Shanghai: Printed at The "North China Herald" Office, 1873. First edition. Presentation copy, inscribed from the author to Douglas Jones on first blank. “The immense tracts of country available for purposes of sport and well stocked with game, the entire absence of game laws, and the friendly disposition of the..... Read More about The Sportsman's Diary for Shooting Trips in Northern China
Tientsin: The Tientsin Press, 1917. First edition. Collection of well written hunting and natural history articles by the widely travelled Sowerby, who hunted goral in the Manchu Imperial hunting grounds, bear in Manchuria, wild sheep, takin, river deer, leopard, and other game. Read More about A Sportsman’s Miscellany
[London: Printed at the Army-Navy Cooperative Society Limited, 1890]. Presentation Copy. A signed presentation copy from the author, John Bell-Irving, to Douglas Jones. Bell-Irving was a Scottish businessman and partner in the Hong Kong trading firm Jardine Matheson, and a director of the Hong Kong Electric Company. Jones was Secretary..... Read More about Diary of the Ewo Party Up-Country Shooting Trips in the Yangtse Valley, China. From Season...
[N.p., China: n.d., 1936]. Only known copy. Only known copy of this engaging account of the month-long cruise of the Lark in the Woosung mudflats in November and December 1935. The party comprised four sportsmen, Len Biggs (the chronicler), Bob Biggs, Bob Whitmore, and Dick Martin, and a crew of..... Read More about Duck Shooting on the Yangtze. Memories of a Shooting Trip through the Waterways of Kiangsu and...
London: T.G. Davey, 1881. First Edition. Read More about Wing-Shooting
Rangoon: "Burma Pictorial Press" 1916. First Edition. "Christopher, a Rangoon lawyer, recounts his experiences in the Burmese jungles. After chapters detailing the choosing of rifles and shikaris, with additional notes on how to hunt game, he shares his adventures hunting tiger near Shweygyeen, with other tigers collected at Pugyi. There..... Read More about Big Game Hunting in Lower Burma
London: Rivingtons, 1901. First edition. Account of Church’s journey with J.V. Phelps from Srinagar to Leh, then on to Yarkand and Kuldja, in pursuit of wapiti, ibex, roe deer. They returned via Turfan, the Tarim basin, and Khotan: “the author also provides excellent descriptions of the terrain and of the..... Read More about Chinese Turkestan with Caravan and Gun
Privately Printed, 1937. First edition. Anecdotal history of partridge hunting in New Hampshire by a long-time sportsman: “I hope I shall have many more years to wander slowly through the covers, in the hopes of seeing a partridge. Whether or not I carry him home makes some difference but not..... Read More about Partridge Rambles in which the author sets forth his reasons why he prefers to hunt that noble...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1927-1939. Each print of a small limitation, as noted. A beautiful presentation of Roland Clark prints from the personal collection of Eugene V. Connett, III, publisher of the Derrydale Press. Comprising:1) “Home Waters” Drypoint etching, first proof impression of a scene of nine ducks in..... Read More about Album of 6 etchings and aquatint engravings from the personal collection of Eugene V. Connett, 3d
New York: Published by The Derrydale Press, 1937. No. 1 of 250 copies. Connett’s Own Copy: No. 1. A splendid image of a drake pintail scudding ahead of a blow high over a marsh-lined bay. “The Alarm ”and “Down Wind” were the first full-color prints made of Clark's work, printed..... Read More about "Down Wind. Pintail Drake."
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1941. No. 1 of an edition of 250 prints, signed. COPY NUMBER ONE, PUBLISHER’S OWN PRINT. "Roland Clark's works are among the most sought after" states Siegel in his bibliography of The Derrydale Press. Two of Clark's paintings, each depicting a single bird in its..... Read More about Dropping In. Canada Goose
. One of 67 copies done. Read More about Etching "Last Round."
1922. Trial Proof, one of 2. Edition of 75. Read More about Etching:  Canada Geese in flight above a marsh
New York: Frank Lowe, 1943. No. 109 of 250. Read More about "Fair Haven."
New York: Frank Lowe, 1943. Number 150 of 250 copies. One of the fine sporting prints published by Frank Lowe, continuing the series of prints published by the Derrydale Press from 1937 to 1942. Inscribed by the artist to Harold E. Herrick, Jr. Read More about “Fair Haven”
New York: Frank Lowe, 1943. Unnumbered, edition of 250. One of the fine sporting prints published by Frank Lowe, continuing the series of prints published by the Derrydale Press from 1937 to 1942. An uncommon proof example, uncolored. Read More about “Fair Haven”
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1937. First edition, one of 950 copies. FINE. The author's experiences duck shooting, and a handsome book. Read More about Gunner's Dawn
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1937. Clark, Roland. First Edition, No. 85 of 950 copies. The author's experiences duck shooting, a handsome book and a splendid copy. Read More about Gunner's Dawn
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1937. Clark, Roland. First edition, Number 473 of 950 copies. Read More about Gunner's Dawn