[New York: Derrydale Press?; not published, ca. 1929]. King’s Polo Scenes. Two unpublished Polo Scenes by Edward King... Read More
Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1848. Third edition.
New York: Harrison Smith and Rober Haas, . Printed in France "Achevé d'imprimer le 17 Janvier 1933 par Columna et Mourlot Frères à Paris." "Published simultaneously in Paris by the Domino Press (whose logo is on the back cover) , in England by Faber and Faber, and in the U.S....
New York: Morrow, 1935. James, Laurian. First American Edition.
N.p: n.d. [1900s].
Philadelphia: Uria Hunt, 1832. Second issue, with new wording on verso of title page.
Bridgeport, Conn: September 2, 1865. Barnum replies to an inquiry about two horses he'd offered for sale: "I have just returned from a 20 day trip to New Hampshire & find your letter. The horses are both free from ... blemishes [and] imperfections. The dapple black is very handsome– can’t...
London: Printed for John Nourse et al, 1770. Seventh edition, revised. From the Library of the Publisher of Natural History of Selborne. Written by a human surgeon, and first published in 1753, this popular work was primarily a compilation of earlier writers. It went into many editions, the first edition...
[New York: 1892]. Dates of sale: Oct. 16 and Oct. 17, 1891; sold by Tattersall's, New York.
London: Printed for T. Davies...and T. Cadell, 1771. First edition. This work, by the "Gentleman of the Horse to His Majesty", is a compound of Xenophon's Treatise on Horsemanship and Bourgelats' Elements (1750-53); it contains a dissertation on the Ancient Chariot by T. Pownall; physically a very attractive book.
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1939. First edition, no. 667 of 1250 copies.
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1939. First edition, no. 1049 of 1250 copies. INSCRIBED BY EVC III TO EVC IV. Inscribed by the publisher on front free endpaper: "To my son Eugene IV from Eugene Connett III."
np [London?]: `, 1751. Early but 6th or so edition. Henry Bracken (1687-1764) began his practice as a physician and surgeon and, as a horse owner and patron of the turf, turned his hand to veterinary science in an era when most practitioners were abyssmally ignorant. He was among the...
Lanham [Maryland] and New York: The Derrydale Press, . Brown, Paul. One of 25 deluxe copies signed by the author on the title page. Short biography and detailed bibliography of the great equine artist Paul Brown (1893-1958) by noted sporting dealer and bibliographer Duke Biscotti.
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1930. First edition, one of 850 copies. WITH PAUL BROWN DRAWING. "A wonderful book in appearance and content" (Frazier)With drawing of horse's head, signed and dated by Brown.
New York: Scribners, etc, v.d. Paul Brown Collection. A substantial and interesting collection of Paul Brown remarques in his books, most drawn for the same young horseman, over a period of years.Great Horse Stories (1946). Remarque of a horse's head and inscription, "For Emma, with lots of luck, Paul, 46"Fire!.....
New York: n.d., ca. 1930. One of a very few copies. Unrecorded Meadow Brook Steeple Chase Etching. Dynamic steeplechasing scene by the master, four riders at the main jump of the Meadow Brook Cup (the same jump as in Brown’s rare and celebrated aquatint for the Derrydale Press, 1931). Unrecorded.....
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1936. Brown, paul. First edition. With a fine sepia pencil portrait of War Paint's head with feather hanging down and a warm inscription "To Laura Adams [sister of Fredrick B. Adams, Jr.] May you count many co--- Very sincerely Paul Brown '36."
New York: Derrydale Press, 1929. First Edition, one of 750 copies on Aureian paper. In Dust Jacket.
London: Printed by W. Nicholson, Warner Street for W. Bayes, 54, Paternoster Row, 1808. Third Edition.
Dublin: printed for William Jones, 1792. First Dublin edition.
London: Printed by W. Nicholson, Warner Street for W. Baynes, 54, Paternoster Row, 1808. Third edition.
London: printed by J. Diggens for R. Ackermann, . Rowlandson, Thomas. Engraved title page dated 1825. The first Rowlandson edition appeared in 1808.
Philadelphia: Thomas DeSilver, 1823. Henderson lists only an ‘1828’ edition, probably a misprint for this 1823 edition, as American Imprints lists no such issue. Curiously, the Mr. Blyth whose Additions occur here (they are listed only in the 1832 Wheeling edition), is described on the title-page as ‘Riding Master at...
Nevada City, Maryville, Forks of the Yuba, Feather River: May, 1850 to June 1851. Early Gold Rush Mule Trader. In the early days of the Gold Rush, the sure-footed mule was the ideal mode of transporting food , clothing, and other supplies to the little mining camps along the streams...