New York: The Derrydale Press, 1937. Clark, Roland. First Edition, No. 85 of 950 copies. The author's experiences... Read More
Cambridge: Printed at the Riverside Press for Private Distribution, [October], 1897. First edition, number 41 of 100 copies. RARE — One of 100 Copies.
[New York: Abercrombie and Fitch, 1910]. The ultimate one-stop camping and expedition outfitters. With notes by Ezra Fitch on “Secrets of the Wilderness” and “Camping Out”, including five varieties (Canoe, Pack-Horse, Tramping, Forest Cruising, and Automobile Camping). The catalogue is abundantly illustrated throughout.
London: Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand, 1791. Second edition. “The total want of a treatise in the English language such as the present … is the principal inducement the author has, in offering to the public what he originally intended only for his own use and amusement.” (Preface).....
London: Horace Marshall & Son, 1904. First edition, with errata.
London: Sands and Co, 1901. First edition. Articles on the varieties of shooting and angling in every European country, including Russia and the Turkish Empire.
V.p: 1889-90. Record of a Hunting Trip to Alaska, 1889-1890. Album of drawings and photographs by an accomplished amateur artist, Thomas Gilbert Bowick, during a hunting trip in Oregon and Alaska with his brother John Robie Bowick in 1889 and 1890. The brothers, apparently of English extraction, were part owners...
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: The Stackpole Company, . First edition, deluxe issue, number 23, Signed by both Authors. Deluxe Issue.
London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1929. Aldin, Cecil. First Edition, Number 85 of 250 books signed by the author and the illustrator. Selection of foxhunting verse (collected from Punch), with Aldin’s deft illustrations.
Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1927. First edition. INSCRIBED BY ALDIN. Inscribed obn ffep "To Mrs. George Philips from Cecil Aldin."
New York: Charles Scribner's Son, 1936. Aldin, Cecil. First American edition from English sheets.
London: J.M. Dent, 1906. First edition.
London: Thomas McLean, c. 1825.
London: Published by Thomas McLean, 1823 [but later, plates watermarked 1822-1824]. Alken, Henry. First edition. A fine copy of "Alken's most important work... It must always form the cornerstone of any Alken collection" (Tooley)The plates and text between them offer a thorough survey of the sports practiced in Great Britain...
[London]: Privately Printed by the Author of "Hunting Hawking Shooting" 1930. Number 36 of the first 250 for Great Britain of an edition of 400, signed by Mr Schwerdt.
London: S. and J. Fuller, . First edition. “Extremely Rare" “These plates depict the sundry incidents connected with the sport of hunting and are executed in Alken’s most brilliant style. Comprising: Getting into a difficulty Getting over a difficulty Getting a Dive Getting into a Bog Getting a Fall Getting.....
London: Henry Colburn, Publishers, 1846. First edition. The author served in Canada in the suppression of the French Canadian uprising of 1837-8. In this work, Levinge describes his military service, impressions of the wildlife and sporting of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, "A Race Through the United States" south to...
New York: Press of Rogers & Sherwood 21 and 23 Barclay Street, . UNRECORDED. Rare and presumably earliest edition of these standard rules for trap shooting. Preceding the two recorded editions, published at Boston in 1893 and 1898, the latter described in Riling 1449. OCLC records only a single location...
Boston: M.M. Ballou, corner of Tremont and Bromfield Street, 1855. First edition. One of the rarest of early American illustrated sporting books, exceedingly rare in the original wrappers.As of the Van Winkle Sale only two copies were known with the wrappers; and Ernest Gee, in his Introduction to the Derrydale.....
Chicago: Rand McNally, . Second impression of first American edition (from the English sheets). "Perhaps the most common of Anderson's works, this book includes hunts for the panther of the title as well as tiger near Chordi, leopard in the Hyderabad region, bison in the Gedesal forests, and other exciting...
New York: Derrydale Press, 1938. First edition, no. 79 of 950 copies. An attractive late Derrydale production, in better condition than usually encountered.
New York: Derrydale Press, 1938. First edition, no. 341 of 950 copies. An attractive late Derrydale production, in better condition than usually encountered.
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1938. First edition, no. 16 of 950 copies. An attractive late Derrydale production.
London: John Murray, 1837. First edition. Presentation Copy to his Patron. Apperley had been obliged to resign himself to residence in France to escape debts following the sale of the Sporting Magazine in 1830, but he continued to write from his exile near Calais and produced some of his finest...
Philadelphia: Carey, Lea and Blanchard, 1836. First American edition.
London: Edward Arnold, 1898. New Edition with Illustrations by Henry Alken. A Portrait by D. Maclise, R.A. and other Portraits.