New York: The Derrydale Press, 1935. Kirmse, Marguerite. First edition, no. 50 of 685 numbered copies with an... Read More about Dogs in the Field ... Foreword by John Taintor Foote
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1931. Wardle, Arthur. First American Edition, one of 500 copies. Fine and very scarce Derrydale import, for which Connett tipped in a new title-page and added the Derrydale imprint. Read More about The Practical Dog Book. With Chapters on the Authentic History of All Varieties … A...
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1929. Kirmse, Marguerite. First Kirmse edition. Inscribed by the illustrator. Inscribed on the f.f.e.p., "To Lewis Batterman / signed by the artist / Margueritte Kirmse" Read More about Greyfriars Bobby
New York: E. P. Dutton & Co, [co. 1921]. American Beagling. Read More about Forty Years Beagling in the United States
London: C. Klackner, 12 Haymarket, 1895. Read More about Print in Sepia: Reclining Boy in a Field with 4 Dogs and a Pile of dead Grouse that he has shot...
Harrisburg, Penn: The Stackpole Company, . Number 17 of an Edition of 50 copies, Signed by the Authors (“Nash Buckingham. Judge 1934-51” and “William F. Brown”), with slip reserving the 1956 supplement. The limitation is given as 50 in “‘Mr. Buck,’ The Autobiography of Nash Buckingham,” on page 282. Signed..... Read More about National Field Trial Champions
Manchester: . Fourth edition. Read More about Bulldogdom
New York: Published by Francis Butler, 205 Water-Street, 1856. NEVER SEEN. The charming first-person (or rather, first-mammal) story of a loyal and adventurous bull terrier, Tiger, and his escapades rat hunting, wolf hunting in the Pyrenees, shooting and coursing, and other adventures on both sides of the Atlantic. Read More about Dogo-graphy: The Life and Adventures of the Celebrated Dog Tiger, Comprising a Variety of Amusing...
New York: R.H. Russell, 1897. Read More about “Chip's Dogs.” A Collection of Humorous Drawings
Paris: Editions de "L'Éleveur" . First edition. Charming memoir of a cocker spaniel, inscribed by the author to Rodolphe Coigney on the title page. Read More about 8. Coc. 48
London: William Henemann, 1921. Inscribed to Roy Chapman Andrews. Inscribed by the author in the year of publication in Peking to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chapman Andrews. Andrews, an explorer, naturalist, was President of the Explorer's Club, director of the American Museum of Natural History, and the model for Indiana..... Read More about Dogs of China & Japan. In Nature and Art
London: Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1817. Second edition. Read More about Kunopaedia. A Practical Essay on Breaking or Training the English Spaniel or Pointer. With...
London: Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1817. Second edition. Read More about Kunopdia. A Practical Essay on Breaking or Training the English Spaniel or Pointer. With...
Philadelphia: ca. 1915. Tiffany & Co. Medals. The medals are: a) American Kennel Club, silver, “Awarded to Champion Relray Chancellor”; b) AKC, silver, “Awarded to Champion Relray Cora”; National Beagle Club of America, silver, “Phila 1915 / Cora / Field Trial Class”; NBCA, silvered bronze, “Phila 1915 / Cora /..... Read More about Set of four engraved championship dog medals, awarded by the American Kennel Club and the...
Paris: Librairie Cynégétique, 1930. No. 45 of 50 copies on special paper, of an edition of 1050 copies. One of 50 Copies. Read More about La Petite Vénérie, ou, La Chasse au Chien Courant
London: Country Life, 1930. First Edition. Useful training tips for a variety of gun dogs, enhanced by Stokes's sensitive etchings. Read More about Good Gun Dogs
Boston: Cassino, [Ca. 1880]. Read More about Plate VIII: Kennell of Imported Fox Terrtiers. Owned by Tho. D. Burke... from Celebrated Dogs of...
New York: Orange Judd, 1951. First Edition. Read More about Poodles in Particular: History, care and mamagement of the standard, minature and toy varieties...
London: J. Cundee, 1803-4. First edition. The third published English dog book, perennially admired for the excellence of its illustrations. Read More about The Sportsman's Cabinet; or, a Correct Delineation of the Various Dogs Used in the Sports of the...
New York: Coward-McCann, 1930. First edition. Edwina Dunn's love of dogs showed in her strips as well as her illustrations for books and magazines, such as Sinbad, her weekly dog page which ran in both Life and the London Tatler. Read More about Sinbad. A Dog's Life
East Islip, Long IOsland, New York: Wingan Kennels, . First edition, one of 1000 copies. Read More about The Labrador Retriever
Shrewsbury, NJ: Fordacre Studios, . First edition. "The Horse Book of the Century" George Ford Morris (1873-1960) "was the foremost American equestrian artist of his time. He documented the fast changing world of the horse in American history in the early to mid-20th century. In 1952 Morris published 'Portraitures of..... Read More about Portraitures of Horses, a Few People, Some Dogs & Other Animals, with Autobiographical...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1932. First edition, one of 850 copies. Near Fine Copy of a Fragile Book, Inscribed. Inscribed, "Erskine W. Smith, with best wishes, Harry L. Ferguson, Fishers Island, N.Y. Oct 12, 1932" Read More about The English Springer Spaniel in America. Introduction by David Wagstaff
New York: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1937. Reprint. Read More about Dumb-Bell of Brookfield
London: Car. Harper, 1699. First Johnson edition. In addition to Grattius's ancient poem on hunting annotated by Thomas Johnson, this edition also includes Fracastoro's (1478-1553) Alcon, Caius's (1510-1573) De Canibus Britannicis, on the raising of British hunting dogs; and Demetrius Pepagomenus's (1200-1300) Cynosophium Liber de Cura CanumA collection of works..... Read More about Gratii Falisci Cynegeticon, cum poematio cognomine M.A. Olympii Nemesiani Carthaginensis: notis...
Paris: Éditions Malione, . Read More about Les Belles Journées d’un Chasseur. Préface du Docteur Paul, Président du Spaniel-Club Français