New York: The Derrydale Press, 1928. First American issue, with "Eugene V. Connett 'The Derrydale Press' New York... Read More about Charles Cotton and His River
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1940, 1941. First edition, one of 950 copies. The great American foxhunting book, and "one of the most important works of the Derrydale Press" (Frazier). This work was originally projected to four volumes. Volume I was published in December 1940; Volume II appeared the following..... Read More about The Story of American Foxhunting. From Challenge to Full Cry. Introduction by Gordon Grand....
[New York]: Privately Printed, Ernest R. Gee, 1929. First edition. One of 300 copies designed and printed by Eugene V. Connett at The Derrydale Press. "This was Connett's first major work in fine book production. It was contracted through Ernest Gee, and Mr. Woodward spared no expense ... " Siegel..... Read More about Cherished Portraits of Thoroughbred Horses, from the Collection of William Woodward. With Notes...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1940. First edition, No. 449 of 550 copies. A collection of angling stories, in unusually fine condition. Read More about Big Stony
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1940. A collection of angling stories, in unusually fine condition. Inscribed on the half-title "with best wishes Howard T. Walden III May 1940." AN outstanding copy in superior condition. Read More about Big Stony
[New York: The Derrydale Press, 1938]. Weiler, Milton C. Publisher's Dummy. Publisher's Dummy. Connett's innovative plasticized cloth interacted with the gold stamping, and effectively dissolved it, with most copies showing only the colored upper cover inset of a spilled creel. This copy, with the front stamping surrounding the inset unusually..... Read More about Upstream and Down
New York: The Mcmillan Compay, . First Reprint edition after the 1938 Derrydale Limited edition. FRANK LOWE'S COPY. Inscribed on half-title "To Frank J. Lowe/ with all good wishes/ Howard T. Walden 2d." Signed by Lowe on flyleaf where he is identified as "Agent" Frank Lowe was Eugene Connett's able..... Read More about Upstream and Down
New York: Privately printed [by The Derrydale Press], 1928. First edition, one of 100 copies. A book of poems, touchingly printed by the author's parents after her death in a hunting accident at age 15. A beautiful little book, “very rare” (Frazier). With a loosely inserted autograph letter, signed, by..... Read More about Pydie’s Poems
Cambridge, Mass: The Cosmos Press, Inc, 1928. One Hundred Copies Privately Printed for John Phillips. INSCRIBED FROM PHILLIPS TO CONNETT, ONE OF 100. Inscribed in corner of flyleaf "To Eugene V. Connett with kindest regards of John C. Phillips." "But Washington's first love in the realm of sport was riding..... Read More about George Washington Sportsman From his own Journals. [Preface by John C. Phillips
New York: Derrydale Press, 1932. First edition, one of 450 copies on Van Gelder hand-made paper designed by William Dana Orcutt at the Plimpton Press. Standard Reference Work. A classic work of enduring significance. Read More about Tennis. Origins and Mysteries. With an Historical Bibliography by Robert W. Henderson, New York...
Chestnut Hill, Mass: 124 Chesnut Hill Road, 28 December 1931. Read More about Typed letter signed, To Cary Bok. About the McCorrison letters
New York: The Derrydale Press, . First Edition, No. 896 of 1250 copies. Sporting stories by Derrydale's only "big name" best-selling author. Read More about The Happy End. Foreword by Kenneth Roberts
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1937. First edition, no. 128 of 950 copies. Read More about Tigers of the Sea
[New York: privately printed by The Derrydale Press, 1937-1939]. “Gallant Fox” state without jockey. Size of editions unknown, each print produced in very limited quantities. Beautiful presentation of an exceedingly rare Derrydale sporting print commissioned by William Woodward, New York banker and owner of the Bel Air Stud in Maryland..... Read More about “Gallant Fox” [with:] “Omaha” [and:] “Johnstown”
[N.p: 1937?]. WIth Jockey "Earl Sands" up. Woodward's 'Gallant Fox' - Thoroughbred Portrait by Ivester Lloyd. Only Known Existing Example with the Jockey Up. Beautiful specimen of the rarest issue of a sporting print commissioned by William Woodward, New York banker and owner of the Bel Air Stud in Maryland..... Read More about Gallant Fox. Bay Colt 1927 (By Sir Galahad III - Marguerite) … Winner of the Flash, Junior...
[New York: Privately Printed [by The Derrydale Press], 1938. First Edition, No. 31 of 150 copies. Fascinating horse racing recollections of a member of Woodward's staff; with a rubber-stamped facsimile handwritten presentation on free endpaper: “With best wishes and hoping you will enjoy this memoir--William Woodward”. Read More about A Memoir of Andrew Jackson Africanus … In Affectionate Memory of Long and Faithful Service
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1933. First edition. Derrydale Yachting Log, "Extremely Rare"--Frazier. An extraordinarily difficult Derrydale to find Siegel believes the low survival rate is due primarily to "a high rate of water-damaged copies" and the fact that those used as diaries have not come onto the market. Read More about Yacht Racing Log. Foreword by Herbert L. Stone
New York: Derrydale Press, . First edition, no 385 of 950 copies. Read More about Men Against the Rule. A Century of Progress in Yacht Design