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Lot # and HeadingBody InformationHammer Price
1. Aldam, W. H..A Quaint Treatise on "Flees, and the Art of Artyfichall Flee Making." By an Old Man Well Known on the Derbyshire Streams as a First-Class Fly-Fisher a Century Ago. 2 chromolithographed views after James Poole, 25 tipped in ORIGINAL FLY PATTERNS & SAMPLES OF TYING MATERIALS on 22 sunken mounts set into 6 double-sided cards. 4to, original gilt-pictorial green cloth (rebacked with most of original spine), full green morocco clamshell case with spine in 5 compartments; rebacked, scattered foxing, Samuel Lambert & Humphrey St. John Carruthers bookplates.

London: John B. Day, 1876 [1000/1500]

The second issue of one of the earliest books to use actual tied flies as illustrations. Westwood & Satchell, page 3; Kerridge, page 79; Heckscher 18.

500
2. American Sport.Group of 5 volumes, as listed below. Most illustrated. 8vo, cloth or cloth-backed; moderate wear.

Vp, vd [75/100]

Rutledge. Those Were The Days. (1955) * Ives. 17 Famous Outdoorsmen. 1929. ONE OF 500, SIGNED * Means. My Guns. 1941. INSCRIBED & SIGNED * Huntington. Our Wild Fowl and Waders. (1910). ONE OF 500, SIGNED * Rutledge. Life's Extras. (1928).

130
3. Angling.The Angler's Progress * The Fisher's Garland for 1831. Together 2 pamphlets bound in 1 volume. 8, 8 pages. Thin 8vo, gilt-lettered green cloth (soiled), uncut; generally sound internally.

Newcastle: For Emerson Charnley , 1820; 1831 [75/100]
30
4. Angling.Group of 4 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth or leatherette, slipcase (sunned) or dust jacket; light wear.

Vp, vd [100/150]

[Miller]. Fishless Days. By Sparse Grey Hackle. 1954. ONE OF 591 * Nemes. The Soft-Hackled Fly. (1988). ONE OF 180 WITH HAND-SIGNED FLY, SIGNED BY NEMES * Mele. Small in the Eye of the River. 1988. SIGNED * Seccombe. A Discourse Utter'd in Part at Ammauskeeg-Falls. 1971. ONE OF 1000, SIGNED BY THE ILLUSTRATOR.

80
5. Angling & Sporting Facsimiles.Group of 3 facsimile volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, first with slipcase; minimal wear.

Vp, vd [80/120]

Jones. Guide to Norway. (1992). ONE OF 50 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY RADENICH * Maxwell. Wild Sports of the West of Ireland. 1989. ONE OF 100 (of 126) * Pritt. The Book of the Grayling. 1992. ONE OF 500.

250
6. Angling Guides.Group of 3 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated, including first 2 with color plates. 8vo, pictorial wrappers or cover-labels; covers hand-soiled, generally sound.

England, vd [75/100]

Turnbull's Angling Specialities. [1920s] * Hardy's Anglers' Guide. 52nd edition. [1930] * ditto. 58th edition. [1951].

30
7. Atchison, Floyd.Memories of Yesterday. 210 mimeographed pages. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth; light wear.

Np, November 2, 1981 [75/100]

INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY ATCHISON. Game bird hunting in Canada and Missouri. Apparently issued in a "very limited quantity."

60
8. Babcock, Havilah.Tales of Quails 'n Such. Decorations by William J. Schaldach. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth-backed boards, glassine, slilpcase (sun faded & spotted); light wear. ONE OF 299 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY BABCOCK.

New York, (1951) [100/150]
200
9. Bainbridge, George C.The Fly Fisher's Guide, Illustrated by Coloured Plates, Representing Upwards of Forty of the Most Useful Flies, Accurately Copied from Nature. Colored frontispiece and 7 fine HAND-COLORED plates of flies. viii, 150 pages. 8vo, later 3/4 red morocco, spine gilt in 6 compartments, top-edge gilt; top of spine chipped with loss, some foxing and hand-soiling, Colonel Henry A. Siegel bookplate.

Liverpool: For the Author, 1816 [600/900]

FIRST EDITION with full margins of one of the earliest books to contain colored plates of flies. Westwood & Satchell, page 20; Heckscher 120.

300
10. Baker, Edward Stuart.Indian Ducks and Their Allies * The Game-Birds of India, Burma & Ceylon. Snipe, Bustards, Sand Grouse * ditto. Pheasants and Bustard-Quail. Volumes I-III. Illustrated color plates. 4to, gilt-lettered green leather-backed or cloth-backed boards, volumes I & II with top-edges gilt; volume I rubbed, generally clean and sound otherwise.

 Bombay, 1908-30 [300/400]

FIRST EDITIONS in book form. Ellis-Mengel 145 & 149.

275
11. Barber, Joel.Modern Decoys. Edited by Ralf Coykendall, Jr. Illustrated. [16] pages. 4to, cloth, matching clamshell box (lacking mounted decoy on cover); light wear. ONE OF 50 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY COYKENDALL.

(Londonderry, VT, 1985) [75/100]
80
12. Baseball.Young Ladies' Base Ball Club No. 1. Season of 1890 & 1891. W. S. Franklin, Manager. Albumen photograph mounted on lettered card. Image size 3-1/2 x 5-1/2, overall 4-1/4 x 6-1/2 inches; some hand-soiling.

Np, 1890s [75/100]
600
13. Bate, Thomas.Thomas & James Bate. Manufactures of Genuine Drilled Eyed Needles & Fish Hooks. 2-1/2 x 4-1/4 inch engraved business card; stiff paper; moderate wear. SIGNED BY THOMAS BATE.

Redditch, England, 19th-century [50/70]
No lot
14. Bates, Frank A.The Game Birds of North America. A Descriptive Check-List. Illustrated. 8vo, publisher's pictorial cloth, lettered dust jacket (chipped with loss); moderate wear. FIRST EDITION. (Phillips, page 36).

Boston, 1896 [75/100]
250
15. Bates, Joseph D.,.Jr. Streamer Fly Tying and Fishing. Portfolio of 8 color plates. Oblong 4to, loose as issued, plain folder, light wear. ONE OF 400 SETS, SIGNED BY BATES. Bruns B80).

Harrisburg, 1966 [150/250]

TWO SETS.

no lot
16. Beaverdam Press.The Syd Glasso Spey Flies. Introduction by Deke Meyer. Hand-colored illustrations by Richard Bunse. Oblong 12mo, gilt-lettered vellum-backed boards; minimal wear. ONE OF 100 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY MEYER, BUNSE & THE PRINTER.

Np, (1989) [300/400]
200
17. [Belton, William].The Angler in Ireland. Frontispieces; folding map. 2 volumes. 8vo, contemporary gilt-lettered calf-backed boards; joints flaked or split, scattered foxing, signed Bethune at top-margin of each title.

London, 1834 [300/500]

FIRST EDITION. Westwood & Satchell, page 122.

90
18. [Bertram, James G].The Border Angler: A Guide Book to the Tweed and its Tributaries and Other Streams Commanded by the North British Railway. Folding map. viii, 194 pages + 2-page catalogue. 8vo, gilt-pictorial red cloth stamped in blind by John Gray with their ticket; 1 corner torn, generally sound otherwise.

Edinburgh and London, 1858 [75/100]

FIRST EDITION. Hand B294; Westwood & Satchell, page 38.

30
19. Bigelow, Horatio.Scatter-Gun Sketches. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-decorated red cloth; spine-title faded, John C. Marsellus bookplate, generally clean and sound otherwise. FIRST EDITION. (Phillips, page 44).

Springfield, IL: William C. Hazelton, 1922 [400/600]
275
20. Bigelow, Horatio.Flying Feathers. Illustrated. 8vo, publisher's burlap, printed spine- and cover-labels; moderate wear.

Richmond, (1937) [125/175]

FIRST EDITION. Warmly inscribed and SIGNED BY BIGELOW.

90
21. Bigelow, Horatio.Flying Feathers. Illustrated. 8vo, publisher's burlap, printed spine- and cover-labels; moderate wear, Windsor Holden White bookplate.

Richmond, (1937) [125/175]

Inscribed and SIGNED BY WILLIAM C. HAZELTON.

22. Bigelow, Horatio..Scatter-Gun Sketches. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-decorated blue cloth; spine-ends and tips worn, generally sound otherwise. FIRST EDITION. (Phillips, page 44).

Springfield, IL: William C. Hazelton, 1922 [400/600]
110
23. Biggs, A. L..Memories of a Shooting Trip A Round The Yangtze Delta [cover title]. Illustrations from photographs. 50 pages. Thin 8vo, gilt-lettered green cloth; moderate wear.

Republic of China, Circa 1930s [150/250]

RARE. Not in OCLC.

600
24. Biscotti, M. L..American Sporting Book Series. Illustrated by T. O. Duncan. 4to, cloth, glassine, slipcase; light wear.

Madison, OH, 1994 [75/100]

ONE OF 289 (of 300) NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY BISCOTTI. Includes actual mounted leaves from various books discussed in the bibliography.

60
25. Bishop, Richard..Bishop's Birds. Etchings of Water-Fowl and Upland Game Birds. 73 aquatone plates by the Author. 4to, decorated cloth, top-edge dyed red; light wear, light marginal tape marks to free endpapers. ONE OF 1050 NUMBERED COPIES.

Philadelphia, 1936 [75/100]
40
26. Blacker, William..Blacker's Art of Fly Making, &c., Comprising Angling & Dyeing of Colours, with Engravings of Salmon & Trout Flies. Rewritten & Revised by the Author Blacker Himself. Colored frontispiece; engraved title; 20 plates (17 hand-coloured). 12mo, gilt-lettered full blue leather; rubbed, joints split, Arthur F. Terry bookplate, generally sound internally.

London, 1855 [200/300]

Westwood & Satchell, page 33; Heckscher 203.

170
27. Blakey, Robert.Historical Sketches of the Angling Literature of All Nations. To which is added a Bibliography of English Writers on Angling. vi, 335 pages. 8vo, publisher's green cloth, uncut; light wear, C. J. Peacock bookplate. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, page 34).

London, 1856 [75/100]
80
28. Blakey, Robert].Hints on Angling, with Suggestions for Angling Excursions in France and Belgium, to which are Appended some Brief Notices of the English, Scottish and Irish Waters. By Palmer Hackle. 8vo, publisher's green cloth decorated in gilt and blind; rear inner joint split, generally clean and sound otherwise. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, page 33).

London, 1846 [100/150]
29. Blane, William.Cynegetica; or, Essays on Sporting...to which is added The Chase: A Poem. Engraved frontispiece; additional engraved title. [8], 292 pages + 4-page catalogue. 8vo, contemporary acid-dyed calf, gilt-decorated spine, gilt-lettered spine-label; spine-ends chipped, joints flaked, generally sound internally. (Schwerdt I, page 70).

London, 1788 [100/150]
70
30. Boykin, Henry D.Looking Back at the Boykin Hunting Club * The Old Man's Club. Together 2 volumes. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-decorated leatherette or wrappers; light wear. Second is SIGNED BY BOYKIN.

Privately Printed, (1984; 1998) [75/100]
140
31. British Angling.Group of 3 volumes, as listed below. First illustrated. 8vo, publisher's decorated cloth; moderate wear.

Vp, vd [80/120]

Francis. A Book of Angling. Fourth Edition. 1876 * Oliver. Scenes and Recollections of Fly-Fishing. 1834 * Davy. The Angler and His Friend. 1855.
70
32. British Angling.Group of 3 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 8vo, contemporary cloth or leather-backed, first with printed paper cover-label; shelf-wear, some foxing, etc.

Vp, vd [100/150]

Rennie. Alphabet of Angling. 1833. Lady Harriet Paget and William Edward Kelly bookplates * Stoddart. Angling Reminiscences. 1837 * [Cartwright]. Rambles and Recollections of a Fly-Fisher. By Clericus. 1854.

70
33. British Angling.Group of 8 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth; varying wear.

Vp, vd [100/150]

Halford. Dry-Fly Man's Handbook (1913) * Grimble. The Salmon Rivers of England and Wales. 1913 * Hamilton. Fly-Fishing Salmon, Trout & Grayling. 1884 * Maxwell. Salmon and Sea Trout. 1898 * Lauder. Scottish Rivers. 1874 * Pryce-Tannatt. How to Dress Salmon Flies. 1914 * Cholmondeley-Pennell. Fishing (Salmon and Trout). 1889 * Brown. Secrets of Border Angling. 1907.

130
34. British Shotguns.Group of 7 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 4to, cloth, dust jacket; minimal wear.

Vp, vd [125/175]

Brown. London Gunmakers. (1998) * Brown. British Gunmakers. Volume 1. (2005) * Gaier. Four Centuries of Liege Gunmaking. 1985 * Dallas. Purdey. Gun & Rifle Makers. 2000. ONE OF 3000 SIGNED * Dallas. Holland & Holland. (2003). 2 copies * Boothroyd. The British Over-and-Under Shotgun. (1996).

250
35. Bruette, Dr. William.American Duck, Goose & Brant Shooting. Illustrated, including color plates by Clement B. Davis. 8vo, gilt-decorated green cloth, top-edge dyed green, dust jacket; light wear.

New York, 1929 [75/100]

FIRST EDITION. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY BRUETTE. Riling 2052.

50
36. Bruns, Henry P.Angling Books of the Americas. Illustrated; errata slip. . 4to, light green cloth; light wear. Inscribed & SIGNED BY BRUNS.

Atlanta, 1975 [75/100]
30
37. Buckingham, Nash.Group of 3 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-decorated cloth, pictorial cover-labels; light wear. New York: Derrydale Press, vd [100/150]

Ole Miss'. (1937). ONE OF 1250, SIGNED * Mark Right! (1936). ONE OF 1250, INSCRIBED & SIGNED * De Shootinest Gent'man. (1934). ONE OF 950.

475
38. Buckingham, Nash.Tattered Coat * Game Bag. Together 2 volumes. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth; moderate wear. Each is ONE OF 995 OR 1250 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY BUCKINGHAM.

New York, 1944; 1945 [75/100]
80
39. Buckingham, Nash.Kodacolor photograph portrait of Buckingham and Berry Brook on a dock. 6-1/2 x 4-1/2 inches, matted, in glass-fronted wooden frame; light wear.

(Mississippi, 1959) [75/100]

Hand-written description SIGNED BY BUCKINGHAM on verso.

30
40. Burdick, Charles Baker.Fins and Feathers. Holidays Afield and Afloat. Mimeographed text. 8vo, gilt-lettered leatherette; extremities rubbed.

[Lagrange, IL: Privately Printed, 1936] [300/500]

SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY. "This edition was scant, possibly not more than a dozen copies." - Bruns B295; Biscotti, page 63.

550
41. Caldwell, Russell H.Reelfoot Lake: History-Duck Call Makers-Hunting Tales * Reelfoot Lake Remembered. Together 2 volumes. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, dust jackets; light wear. Each is ONE OF 1000 OR 850 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY CALDWELL.

(Union City, TN, 1988; 2005) [80/120]
110
42. Carter, Charles Morland.Shooting in the Early Days from 1863 to 1919. Portrait. 38 pages. 8vo, printed wrappers (a few margin tears); generally clean and sound, William Van Winkle bookplate.

(St. Joseph, MO: For Private Distribution), 1919 [400/600]

FIRST EDITION. PRESENTATION COPY TO W. C. HAZELTON SIGNED BY CARTER.

400
43. Carter, Charles Morland.Shooting in the Early Days. Portrait frontispiece. 8vo, wrappers (chipped); generally clean and sound.

(St. Joseph, MO), 1919 [75/100]

Inscribed to Dr. George Bird Grinnell and SIGNED BY CARTER. Phillips, page 71.

120
44. Cay, John Eugene,.Jr. Ward Allen. Savannah River Market Hunter. 3 illustrations from photographs. 8vo, cloth-backed boards, printed paper spine-label; light wear, top-edge foxed. FIRST EDITION. ONE OF 350 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY CAY.

Savannah, GA, (1958) [125/175]
170
45. Cay, John Eugene,.Jr. Ward Allen. Savannah River Market Hunter. 3 illustrations from photographs. 8vo, cloth-backed boards, printed paper spine-label; light wear, top-edge foxed. ONE OF 200 (of 550) NUMBERED COPIES, INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY "JACK" CAY.

Savannah, GA, (1959) [75/100]
160
46. (Chatto, W. A.).The Angler's Souvenir. By P. Fisher, Esq. Assisted by Several Eminent Piscatory Characters. With numerous engraved plates by Beckwith and Topham; each page of text within ornate decorative border. Small 8vo, 1/2 green leather, spine gilt with fishing ornaments; extremities rubbed, some foxing.

London, 1835 [100/150]

FIRST EDITION. "The work is clever and caustic." - Westwood & Satchell 93.

80
47. [Chetham, James].The Angler's Vade Mecum. 2 engraved plates. [8], 326, [10] pages. 8vo, later "Cambridge" type calf, spine gilt in 6 compartments, gilt turn-ins, all edges gilt, gilt-decorated leather-backed clamshell box provided; rebacked with most of original spine laid on, generally clean and fresh otherwise.

London, 1700 [300/500]

Third edition. Westwood & Satchell, pages 59-60.

300
48. Childs, Arney R.,.Editor. Rice Planter & Sportsman. The Recollections of J. Motte Alston, 1821-1909. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, dust jacket (chipped with loss); moderate wear.

Columbia, SC, 1953 [75/100]

FIRST EDITION. Biscotti, page 81.

30
49. Clark, Roland.Stray Shots. Illustrated, including etched frontispiece SIGNED BY CLARK. 8vo, gilt-decorated cloth, uncut; light wear. ONE OF 535 COPIES. (Siegel 58; Frazier C-5-D).

New York, 1931 [200/300]

250
50. Clark, Roland.Gunner's Dawn. Illustrated, including and original etched frontispiece SIGNED BY CLARK. 4to, gilt-decorated red cloth, top-edge gilt; spine-ends rubbed.

New York: Derrydale Press, 1937 [125/175]

ONE OF 950 NUMBERED COPIES. This copy with an additional suite of 5 color plates laid in. Siegel 118.

80
51. Clark, Roland.Gunner's Dawn. Illustrations by the Author, including an ORIGINAL HAND-COLORED ETCHED FRONTISPIECE, SIGNED BY CLARK. 4to, 3/4 brown morocco by J. MacDonald & Co., spine gilt in 6 compartments, top-edge gilt; light wear.

New York: Derrydale Press, 1937 [2000/3000]

DELUXE EDITION. ONE OF 50 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY CLARK. Siegel 118; Frazier C-6-D.

800
52. Clark, Roland.Pot Luck. Illustrated by the Author. Introduction by John Pl. Holman. 8vo, gilt-lettered leather-backed boards, top-edge gilt; tips rubbed, otherwise light wear.
West Hartford, VT, (1945) [250/350]

ONE OF 150 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY CLARK, INCLUDING AN ORIGINAL ETCHED FRONTISPIECE, SIGNED BY CLARK.

100
53. Clark, Roland.Original photograph portrait of Clark (?). 8 x 5-1/4 inches, mounted to board; moderate wear. Inscribed to Eugene Connett and SIGNED BY CLARK.

Np, June 20, 1937 [75/100]
160
54. Clubs & Camps.Group of 7 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 4to or 8vo, cloth, 4 with dust jacket; light wear.

Vp, vd [100/150]

Ottesen. 80th Anniversary. The Salinas Gun Club. (2009). SIGNED * Stiller. Stiller's Duck Camp. (1994). Inscribed & SIGNED * Schulte. A History of the Wild Goose Club. (2005) * Philadelphia Gun Club. 1952 * Mackay. Robins Island. (1984). ONE OF 500 * Marsh. Pte. Mouillee Shooting Club. (2015). 2 copies. SIGNED.

190
55. Colt Revolvers .Rusk, Sen. T. J. Report...relative to "Colt's repeating fire arms." 8 pages. 8vo, removed; moderate wear.

Washington, April 25, 1848 [75/100]

FIRST EDITION. Report on the reliability of Colt's revolver with numerous favorable quotes from Zachary Taylor, Jefferson Davis, and several Texas rangers.

100
56. Combs, Trey.Steelhead Fly Fishing. Illustrations by Loren Smith, including an ORIGINAL PENCIL DRAWING SIGNED BY SMITH on verso of fly mount. 4to, silver-lettered blue morocco-backed boards, printed paper cover-label, slipcase; minimal wear.

New York, (1991) [125/175]

DELUXE EDITION. ONE OF 250 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY COMBS, and with an ACTUAL HAND-TIED FLY BY COMBS inside sunken mount.

170
57. Connett, Eugene V.Feathered Game from a Sporting Journal. Illustrated by Edmund Burke, MD. 4to, gilt-lettered cloth-backed boards, uncut folded leaves; spine-ends rubbed, Henry Boardman Conover & John Pirie, Jr. bookplates.

New York: Derrydale, 1929 [75/100]

ONE OF 500 NUMBERED COPIES. Siegel 24.
60
58. Connett, Eugene V. Editor.Upland Game Bird Shooting in America. Illustrations by Lynn Bogue Hunt, Edgar Burke, William Schaldach and others. 4to, gilt-pictorial brown cloth, top-edge gilt; light wear.

New York: Derrydale Press, 1930 [150/250]

ONE OF 850 COPIES. Siegel 45.

170
59. Connett, Eugene V.,.Duck Shooting Along the Atlantic Tidewater. Illustrated, including mounted color plates by Dr. Edgar Burke and Lynn Bogue Hunt. 4to, full red morocco decorated in gilt, spine gilt in 6 compartments, top-edge gilt, slipcase (shelf-wear); light wear, spine a bit faded.

New York, 1947 [300/500]

ONE OF 149 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY CONNETT.

400
60. Cook, Earnshaw.Hollica Snooze. Illustrated by Bob Hines. 8vo, gilt-decorated leather; rubbed.

Rindge, NH: Richard R. Smith, 1957 [75/100]

DELUXE EDITION. ONE OF 100 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY COOK. Biscotti, page 93.

200
61. Cotton, Charles.Autograph Obligation Signed to Joseph Woodhouse of Derbyshire. 16 lines in Latin and English. 4to, vellum, remnants of Cotton's seal, docketed on verso; moderate wear.

Beresford, 1663 [600/900]

Witnessed by John Bateman and John Fynney.

550
62. Crawhall, Joseph.A Collection of Right Merrie Garlands for North Country Anglers. Woodcut illustrations. 8vo, gilt-lettered roan-backed "Roxburghe" binding, top-edge gilt; spine-ends rubbed, remnants of bookplate on front pastedown, generally clean and sound.

Newcastle=on=Tyne, 1864 [80/120]
90
63. D[ennys], J[ohn] Esquire.The Secrets of Angling...Edited by Piscator. 2 volumes. 8vo, printed wrappers, uncut and unopened, cloth slipcase provided; moderate wear.

Edinburgh: E. & G. Goldsmid, 1885 [75/100]

ONE OF 275 SETS. Heckscher 572.

30
64. Decoys.Group of 7 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 4to, cloth, dust jacket; light wear.

Vp, vd [150/250]

Reiser. Chauncey Wheeler. (2002) * Stout. Saginaw Bay. Waterfowl Hunting and Decoy Carvers. (2007). SIGNED * Linton. Story of Lem Ward. (1984). SIGNED * Crandell. Decoying. St. Clair to the St. Lawrence. (1988). SIGNED * Fleckenstein, Shore Bird Decoys. (1980) *ditto. New Jersey Decoys. (1983) * ditto. Southern Decoys. (1983).

100
65. Decoys.Group of 8 volumes. Illustrated. 4to, 7 cloth with dust jacket; minimal wear.

Vp, vd [200/300]

Includes: Stout. Saginaw Bay. Waterfowl & Decoy Carvers. (2007). SIGNED * Cheramie. Louisiana Lures and Legends. (1997) * Rossini. Appelants de France. (1994) * Gates. Nichol Decoys. (2008). SIGNED * Johnson & Coppedge. Gun Clubs & Decoys. (1991); and others.

200
66. Dennett, Carl P.That Reminds Me. Illustrations from photographs. 8vo, cloth; moderate wear, bookplate.

Boston: Privately Printed, 1947 [75/100]

" A memoir with hunting in Maine and South Carolina." - Biscotti, page 112.

40
67. Derrydale Press.Group of 3 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 8vo, boards or gilt-decorated leatherette, first 2 with pictorial cover-labels and top-edges gilt; first gilt covers faded, last with embossed stamp on half-title, generally sound otherwise.

New York, vd [75/100]

Walden, Upstream and Down. (1938). ONE OF 950 * ditto. Big Stony. (1940). ONE OF 550 * White. Spicklefisherman and Others. 1928. ONE OF 775.

80
68. Dit Boecxken.A Literal Translation into English of the Earliest Known Book on Fowling and Fishing written Originally in Flemish. Illustrations after early woodcuts. 4to, gilt-lettered leather-backed boards, uncut, original box; light wear, Colonel Henry A. Siegel bookplate. ONE OF 125 NUMBERED COPIES.

[Twickenham]: Honey Dun Press, 1978 [125/175]
170
69. [Doubleday, Thomas].Coquet-Dale Fishing Songs...By A North-Country Angler. viii, 168 pages. 8vo, gilt-lettered green cloth stamped in blind by Remnant & Edmonds with their ticket; spine darkened, some hand-soiling, etc. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, page 65).

Edinburgh, 1852 [75/100]
40
70. Duck Calls.Group of 3 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 4to, cloth or leatherette, first 2 with dust jacket; minimal wear.

Vp, vd [100/150]

Lodermeier. Minnesota Duck Calls. (2003). ONE OF 1000, SIGNED * Harlan & Anderson. Duck Calls. (1988). LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED * Fontenot. Louisiana Duck Calls. (2004). ONE OF 1000, SIGNED.

190
71. Dudley, Jack,.Editor. Gunnin' Birds. The Collection of Kroghie Andresen. Illustrated. 4to, cloth, dust jacket; minimal wear. FIRST EDITION. SIGNED BY ANDRESEN.

(Charlotte, NC, 2008) [80/120]
190
72. Dufresne, Frank.Alaska's Animals & Fishes. Illustrations by Bob Hines. 4to, cloth, pictorial cover-label, slipcase (soiled and split at edges); spine faded and spotted, generally clean and sound otherwise. ONE OF 475 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY DUFRESNE & HINES.

West Hartford, VT, (1946) [75/100]
30
73. Dunham, Judith.The Atlantic Salmon Fly. Photographs by John Clayton. 4to, gilt-lettered leather-backed boards, slipcase; minimal wear. ONE OF 300 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY DUNHAM & CLAYTON.

San Francisco, (1991) [75/100]
30
74. Durnil, Wilbur L.Quest of a Desert. 71 mimeographed pages. 8vo, limp plain simulated blue leather; inner joints taped, generally clean and sound otherwise.

Np, [1961?] [75/100]

"It had been five years ago in June of 1956, since Mac and I had first started to plan a fishing trip into the heart of the Owyhee desert in Southwestern Idaho..."

150
75. Elliot, Daniel Giraud.The Wild Fowl of the United States and British Possessions or the Swan, Geese, Ducks, and Mergansers of North America. 63 plates with lettered tissue-guards. 4to, gilt-lettered pictorial white cloth (newer?), top-edge gilt, uncut; light wear.

New York, 1898 [300/400]

ONE OF 100 NUMBERED COPIES. An exceptionally clean and fresh copy.

160
76. Evans, George Bird.Grouse Along the Tramroad * October Fever. Together 2 volumes. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered leatherette, slipcases; light wear. Each is ONE OF 1500 OR 1250 SIGNED BY EVANS.

(West Virginia): Old Hemlock, 1986; 1989 [80/120]
110
77. Evans, George Bird.Dear John-:, Nash Buckingham's Letters to John Bailey. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, slipcase; light wear. ONE OF 575 NUMBERED COPIES, INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY BIRD.

Np: Old Hemlock, 1984 [75/100]
110
78. Evans, George Bird.Troubles with Bird Dogs. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered leatherette, slipcase; light wear. ONE OF 1500 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY EVANS.

Np: Old Hemlock, 1985 [75/100]
40
79. Evans, George Bird.Men Who Shot. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, slipcase; light wear. ONE OF 990 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY EVANS.

Np: Old Hemlock, 1983 [75/100]
90
80. Evans, George Bird.A Dog, A Gun, and Time Enough. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered leatherette, slipcase; light wear. ONE OF 1250 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY EVANS.

Np: Old Hemlock, 1987 [75/100]
60
81. Evans, George Bird.Introduces. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered leatherette, slipcase; light wear. ONE OF 1150 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY EVANS.

Np: Old Hemlock, 1990 [75/100]

TWO COPIES.

90
82. Everitt, Simon W.Tales of Wild Turkey Hunting. Edited by William H. Ball. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered light blue cloth; light wear. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1928 [300/400]
450
83. Everitt, Simon W.Tales of Wild Turkey Hunting. Edited by William H. Ball. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered blue cloth; frontis creased, generally clean and sound. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1928 [250/350]
325
84. Farrar, Jon.Red Deer. Biography of a Sandhills Hunting Club. Illustrated. Oblong 4to, cloth; light wear. ONE OF 394 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY FARRAR.

(Lincoln, NE, 2005) [75/100]
30
85. Farrar, Jon.Red Deer. Biography of a Sandhills Hunting Club. Illustrated. Oblong 4to, cloth; light wear. ONE OF 394 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY FARRAR.

(Lincoln, NE, 2005) [75/100]
30
86. Farrington, S. Kip,.Jr. Steel-a-Way. Scrapbook. 12 original mounted photographs, titled in pencil. Each between 7-1/2 x 9-1/2 and 4 x 6 inches. Oblong 4to, simulated wood paper-covered boards, spiral bound with mounted miniature carved wooden ducks; front cover detached, generally sound, Farrington's bookplate.

[New York], 1955 [80/120]

Includes: The Landing * The River * Duck Boats * Pheasants * Approach from the River * A Blind; and others. Together with: 10 x 8 inch photograph of Mr. & Mrs. Wertheim & Chrissy Farrington.

110
87. Faulkner, William.Big Woods. Decorations by Edward Shenton. 8vo, cloth decorated in gilt and black, top-edge dyed green, dust jacket; light wear. FIRST EDITION. (Petersen A33.a).

New York, (1955) [75/100]
80
88. Fearing, Daniel B.A List of Angling Book-plates. 40 pages + 3 page errata. 8vo, printed wrappers; front inner joint split, booksellers clipped description mounted to verso of title.

Newport, RI, 1916 [80/120]

ONE OF 250 COPIES with Fearing's complimentary slip and Harry Worcester Smith's bookplate on front pastedown.

110
89. Fin 'N' Feather Club.A Sportsman's Dream Come True. Illustrated from photographs. 25 leaves, some in blank for mounting of photographs. Oblong 4to, simulated wood covers, plastic comb spine; moderate wear.

(Michigan), 1930s [75/100]
30
90. [Fitzgibbon, Edward].A Handbook of Angling: Teaching Fly-Fishing, Trolling, Bottom-Fishing, and Salmon-Fishing...By Ephemera. Woodcuts within text. xii, 363 pages + 32 catalogue dated January 1847. 8vo, publisher's gilt-lettered green cloth stamped in blind, partially opened; moderate wear, Albert Sayman and Colonel Henry A. Siegel bookplates. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, pages 85-86).

London, 1847 [125/175]
70
91. [Fitzgibbon, Edward].A Handbook of Angling: Teaching Fly-Fishing, Trolling, Bottom-Fishing, and Salmon-Fishing...By Ephemera. Third Edition, Corrected and Improved. Frontispiece; woodcuts within text. viii, 312 pages + 32 catalogue. 8vo, publisher's gilt-lettered green cloth stamped in blind by Westley's; spine-ends chipped, rear inner joint split, scattered foxing. (Westwood & Satchell, pages 85-86).

London, 1853 [75/100]
30
92. Fly Fisher's Club.The Book of the Fly-Fisher's Club. 1884-1934. Illustrated, including color frontispiece. Large 8vo, cloth, gilt-decorated front cover, top-edge gilt; moderate wear. (Hand F124).

London, Circa 1934 [75/100]
80
93. Fly Tying Equipment.Fine cast iron and brass fly tying vise and pliers. Housed in a 22 x 8-1.2 inch wooden box with lock (and key); some wear to box liner, generally sound.

Np, Early 20th-century [100/150]

Includes: wire spools, smaller clamps, envelopes of diverse hackels, etc.

100
94. Fly Tying Equipment.Stainless steel fly tying clamp with vise. 8-3/4 inches in length, housed in velvet lined case; light wear.

Np, 20th-century [80/120]
40
95. Fly Tying Equipment.Brass and cast iron clamp & vise * Brass and stainless steel clamp & vise. * Black cast clamp & vise. Together 3 vises, between 13 and 7 inches in length; moderate wear.

Np, Early 20th-century [100/150]
180
96. Fly Tying Equipment.Fine brass and steel vise (without clamp) with attached reflective mirror; moderate wear.

Np, Early 20th-century [80/120]
50
97. Fly-Fishing in Salt and Fresh Water.With Six Plates, Representing Artificial Flies, Etc. 6 lithograph plates (5 hand-colored). 8vo, gilt-lettered publisher's cloth stamped in blind; inner front joint conserved, James Benkard plate on front pastedown, generally sound otherwise. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, page 95).

London: Van Voorst, 1851 [300/400]
200
98. Flyfisher's Classics.Group of 7 volumes on salmon fishing, as listed below. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-decorated leatherette or leatherette-backed boards, slipcases; minimal wear. Each is ONE OF A LIMITED EDITION.

(England), vd [250/350]

Kelson. The Salmon Fly. 1995 * Hale. How to Tie Salmon Flies. 1992 * Hardy. Salmon Fishing. 1995 * Kelson. Land and Water Salmon Flies. 1993 * [Fitzgibbon]. Book of the Salmon. 1995 * Malloch. Salmon Flies and How to Make Them. 1994. ONE OF 125 NUMBERED COPIES * Traherene. Salmon Fishing. 1995.

130
99. Flyfisher's Classics.Group of 15 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-decorated leatherette or leatherette-backed boards, slipcases; minimal wear. Each is ONE OF A LIMITED EDITION.

(England), vd [400/600]

The House the Hardy Brothers Built. 1998 * Blacker's Art of Flymaking. 1994 * The Blacker Portfolio. 1994 * Goodspeed. Angling in America. 1996 * Salter. The Modern Angler. 1995. ONE OF 125 NUMBERED COPIES * Walton. Complete Angler. 1993 * Younger. River Angling for Salmon and Trout. 1995 * Bainbridge. Fly Fisher's Guide. 1992 * Mottram. Fly-Fishing. 1994 * Davis. Salmon-Fishing on the Grand Cascapedia. 1994 * The Jones's Portfolio. 1994 * Ronalds. Fly-Fisher's Entomology. 1993 * Grey. Fly Fishing. 1992 * O'Gorman. Practice of Angling. 1993. 2 volumes.

250
100. Francis, Austin M.Catskill Rivers. Illustrations from photographs. 4to, gilt-decorated leather, all edges gilt, slipcase; light wear.

New York: Beaverkill Press, 1983 [80/120]

TWO COPIES. Each is ONE OF 300 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY FRANCIS.
100
101. Francis, Francis.A Book on Angling: Being a Complete Treatise on the Art of Angling in Every Branch. With 15 plates, including 5 HAND-COLORED. viii, 429 pages + inserted index. 8vo, full polished blue calf by J. B. Hawes, spine gilt in 6 compartments, blind stamped turn-ins; rubbed, tips worn, generally sound internally. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, page 98; Heckscher 784).

London, 1867 [125/175]
120
102. Frazier, Don.Recognizing Derrydale Press Books. Illustrated with photographs by Wayman Williams, Jr., including an extra suite of plates loose in leatherette portfolio. Oblong 4to, gilt-decorated leatherette, portfolio, slipcase; light wear.

Morristown: Privately Printed, (1983) [100/150]

ONE OF 347 COPIES, this copy for "Review."

150
103. Game & Game Birds.Group of 8 volumes. Illustrated. cloth or leather-backed; moderate wear.

Vp, vd [75/100]

Includes: Field, Forest and Stream in Oklahoma. 1912 Annual Report * Pirnie. Michigan Waterfowl Management. 1935. SIGNED * Leopold. Report on a Game Survey of the North Central States. 1931. SIGNED BY RICHARD BISHOP * Rich. Feathered Game of the Northeast. (1907); and others.

60
104. Game Bird Hunting.Group of 5 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 4to or 8vo, gilt-decorated leatherette, slipcases; light wear.

Vp, vd [100/150]

Burk. Waterfowl Studies. (1976). ONE OF 1000, SIGNED * Russell. The Duck-Huntingest Gentlemen. (1977). ONE OF 1000, SIGNED * ditto. For Whom the Ducks Toll. (1984). ONE OF 1500, SIGNED. TWO COPIES * Gresham. The Complete Wildfowler. (1973). ONE OF 500, SIGNED.

50
105. Game Bird Hunting.Group of 5 booklets, as listed below. Illustrated. 8vo, wrappers; moderate wear.

Vp, vd [80/120]

Becker. The Hunter's Guide. 1940s? * Beaumont. Duck Hunting Deluxe. 1929. SIGNED * Anderson. Modern Duck Hunting. 1927 * Field & Stream. How to Hunt Ducks, Geese, Turkeys...1930s * Lockwood. Essay on Brant Goose Shooting. Typed "from manuscript of: William Niles Lockwood..." 1940s?

160
106. Game Bird Hunting.Group of 11 booklets. Illustrated. 8vo or 12mo, wrappers; varying wear.

Vp, vd [100/150]

Includes: Stockton. Duck Hunters Determinant. (1940) * Dennison. Duck Calling. 1940s * MacQuarrie. Duck Hunters' Carry-Lite Handbook. (1946) * WPA. Alabama Hunter. (1941) * Original North Dakota Bird Hunting Guide for 1946-47 * Robinson. Wild Duck Calling. 1945; and others.

190
107. Game Birds.Group of 4 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 4to or 8vo, cloth or leatherette, first with dust jacket; light wear.

Vp, vd [75/100]

Dupree. Across the River. (2001). ONE OF 550, SIGNED * Williams. Birds on the Horizon. (1992). ONE OF 500, SIGNED * Richardson. Those Were the Days. 1985. ONE OF 500 * Potter. Following the Flight. (1999). ONE OF 1000, SIGNED.

30
108. Game Birds.Group of 5 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 4to, 4 boards or cloth; light wear.

Vp, vd [125/175]

Daily. Fall Flight in Alabama. (2009) * Strickland. Ridgehaven and a Dunn Marsh Legacy. (2011) * Hanks. Louisiana Paradise. (1988) * Long. Spent Shells Along the Atlantic. 2009. ONE OF 150, SIGNED * Ottesen. Legacy of Venice Island. 2001. SIGNED.

70
109. Gardner, Herbert.Come Duck Shooting with Me. Illustrations from photographs. 8vo, gilt-decorated cloth; moderate wear.

New York, 1917 [250/350]

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed to Stewart White and SIGNED "With the Authors Kind Regards," and with a 2-1/2 page hand-written letter to white, SIGNED BY GARDNER, laid in.

325
110. The Gentleman Angler.By a Gentleman. [12, including half-title], 184, [8] pages. 12mo, contemporary calf; shelf-worn, some hand-soiling, generally sound.

London, 1726 [200/300]

FIRST EDITION. Westwood & Satchell, pages 104-05; Heckscher 826.

90
111. Gibson, C. D'W.Shoot if You Must. Portrait. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth; light wear. ONE OF 250 NUMBERED COPIES, INSCRIBED & INITIALED "De". (Biscotti, page 157).

(New York), 1950 [75/100]
30
112. Gilmore, Jene C.Art for Conservation. The Federal Duck Stamps. Illustrated, including an ORIGINAL ETCHING. Square 4to, leather-backed boards, matching leather-backed clamshell box with printed cover-label (edges rubbed); light wear. ONE OF 300 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY GILMORE.

Barre, Mass., 1971 [100/150]
40
113. Glenfin,.Pseud. The Fishing-Rod and How to Use It. viii,87 pages + 8-page catalogue. Thin 8vo, publisher's green cloth decorated in gilt and blind; moderate wear, scattered foxing. FIRST EDITION. (Heckscher 847).

London, 1860 [75/100]
40
114. Gore, Frederick St. J.Lights & Shades of Hill Life in the Afghan and Hindu Highlands of the Punjab. 2 folding maps; illustrations from photographs. Large 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, top-edge gilt; a bit shaken, generally clean and sound otherwise. FIRST EDITION, (Czech, page 88).

London, 1895 [75/100]
60
115. Gunning.Bogardus' Score Book. Several illustrated advertisements. 70 pages. Oblong 12mo, printed pictorial wrappers, leaf rectos with manuscript pencil shooting scores; spine chipped, shelf-wear, hand-soiled.

[New York, 1878] [75/100]
110
116. Guns & Shooting.Group of 6 volumes, as listed below. Some illustrated. 8vo, cloth; moderate wear.

Vp, vd [80/120]

Wing-Shooting. By Chipmunk. 1881 * Farrow. How I Became a Crack Shot. 1882 * Johnson. The Gun; and How To Use It. 1851 * Plain Directions for Acquiring the Art of Shooting on the Wing. By A Gamekeeper. 1873. * The Dead Shot. By A Marksman. 1863 * Murphy. American Game Bird Shooting. 1882.

170
117. Haid, Alan G.Decoys of the Mississippi Flyway. Illustrated. 4to, gilt-lettered leatherette; light wear. ONE OF 150 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY HAID and INSCRIBED & SIGNED again on the half-title.

Exton, PA, (1981) [75/100]
40
118. Hale, Captain J. H.How to Tie Salmon Flies. With numerous text illustrations, errata mounted to front pastedown. 8vo, gilt-lettered red cloth, beveled edges; spine rubbed, generally clean and sound. FIRST EDITION. (Heckscher 883).

London, 1892 [100/150]
120
119. Halford, Frederic M.Dry-Fly Fishing in Theory and Practice. 26 mounted plates, 4 in color; India-paper illustrations mounted within text. Large 8vo, full gilt-lettered green morocco, gilt turn-ins, top-edge gilt; joints flaked, leather browned, library bookplate on front pastedown, small embossed stamp in upper margin of title, ink stamp on verso, generally clean and sound otherwise.

London, 1889 [500/700]

IMPERIAL 8VO EDITION DE LUXE, ONE OF 100 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY HALFORD.

110
120. Halford, Frederic M.Dry-Fly Fishing in Theory and Practice. 26 mounted plates, 4 in color; India-paper illustrations mounted within text. Large 8vo, full gilt-lettered green morocco, gilt turn-ins, top-edge gilt; rubbed, generally clean and fresh copy, John Martin Campbell bookplate.

London, 1889 [800/1200]

IMPERIAL 8VO EDITION DE LUXE, ONE OF 100 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY HALFORD.

350
121. Hansard, George Agar.Trout and Salmon Fishing In Wales. xix, 223 pages. 8vo, contemporary red leather-backed boards, spine gilt in 6 compartments; rubbed, James Benkard and Samuel Webb bookplates. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, page 112).

London, 1834 [80/120]
80
122. Harper, John Warren.An Old Fly Book & Other Stuff. Frontispiece. 8vo, gilt-decorated cloth with pictorial cover-label; moderate wear. FIRST EDITION. Inscribed & SIGNED BY HARPER. (Bruns H75).

Hartford: R. S. Peck, 1913 [80/120]
123. Harrington & Richardson Arms Co.Fifty Prize Hunting Stories. A Collection of True Experiences with a Shot-Gun. Illustrated. 8vo, decorative wrappers (frayed); moderate wear. FIRST EDITION. (Riling 1708).

Worcester, (1911) [100/150]
80
124. Harris, Edward.Recollections of Long Point. 2 plates. 48 pages. 8vo, green cloth lettered in black; covers soiled, scattered foxing.

Toronto, 1918 [500/700]

FIRST EDITION. Rare. Not in STC Canada.

200
125. Haughton, Captain H. L.Sport & Folklore in the Himalaya. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-decorated cloth; shelf-wear, front inner joint split, small margin tear with loss, generally sound otherwise. FIRST EDITION. (Czech, page 100).

London, 1913 [75/100]
60
126. Hazelton, William C.Wildfowling Tales. Drawings by Joseph W. Day. 8vo, gilt-lettered purple cloth; moderate wear. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1921 [100/150]
130
127. Hazelton, William C.Days Among the Ducks. Illustrations from photographs. 8vo, gilt-lettered blue cloth, printed paper spine-label; light wear, few spots on rear cover. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1938 [125/175]

Warmly inscribed and SIGNED BY HAZELTON. Riling 2249.

225
128. Hazelton, William C.Days Among the Ducks. Illustrations from photographs. 8vo, gilt-lettered red cloth, printed paper spine-label (chipped); moderate wear, Lee Richardson bookplate on front free endpaper. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1938 [100/150]
180
129. Hazelton, William C.Duck Shooting and Hunting Sketches. Illustrated, including color plates. Square 8vo, gilt-decorated green cloth; moderate wear.

Chicago, 1916 [300/500]
130. Hazelton, William C.Duck Shooting and Hunting Sketches. Illustrated, including color plates. Square 8vo, gilt-decorated red cloth, pictorial cover-label; moderate wear, rear cover spotted. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago, 1915 [400/600]
375
131. Hazelton, William C.Duck Shooting and Hunting Sketches. Illustrations from photographs. 8vo, gilt-decorated red cloth; moderate wear, spine faded.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1943 [100/150]
50
132. Hazelton, William C.Duck Shooting and Hunting Sketches. Illustrations from photographs. 8vo, gilt-decorated blue cloth; moderate wear.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1943 [100/150]
90
133. Hazelton, William C.Collection of 9 brochures, cards, etc. Some illustrated. Various sizes and formats; varying wear.

Vp, vd [80/120]

Includes: Tales of Duck and Goose Shooting. Prospectus. 10 pages. [1916] * 1-3/4 x 3-1/2 inch business card * Unused printed letterhead * Unused cacheted envelope * Supreme Duck Shooting Stories. Prospectus. 2 copies * The Ruffed Grouse or Partridge. 12-1/2 x 7-1/2 inch broadside; and others.

325
134. Hazelton, William C.,.et. al. Ducking Days. Color frontispiece; illustrations from photographs. 8vo, gilt-decorated blue cloth; moderate wear. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago, 1918 [150/250]
130
135. Hazelton, William C.,.et. al. Ducking Days. Color frontispiece; illustrations from photographs. 8vo, gilt-decorated red cloth; moderate wear.

Chicago, 1918 [125/175]

FIRST EDITION. SIGNED BY JACK MINER on the front free endpaper.

110
136. Hazelton, William C.,.et. al. Ducking Days. Color frontispiece; illustrations from photographs. 8vo, gilt-decorated red cloth; moderate wear.

Chicago, 1918 [125/175]

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed to Edward Cave and SIGNED BY CHARLES B. MORSS.

136
137. Hazelton, William C.,.et. al. Classic Hunting Stories. By America's Premier Writers. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-decorated green cloth, dust jacket (piece torn off front top margin); light wear.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1940 [125/175]

FIRST EDITION. Holden White bookplate. Inscribed to Holden White and SIGNED BY HAZELTON.

300
138. Hazelton, William C.,.et. al. Supreme Duck Shooting Stories. Illustrated by Walter Bohl and Henry Thode and from photographs. 8vo, gilt-decorated blue cloth, dust jacket (stained at margins); some soiling to covers, generally sound otherwise.

Chicago, 1944 [100/150]

Second edition. Inscribed and SIGNED BY FREDERICK FARNSWORTH.

110
139. Hazelton, William C.,.et. al. Supreme Duck Shooting Stories. Illustrated by Walter Bohl and Henry Thode and from photographs. 8vo, gilt-decorated blue cloth, dust jacket (frayed and soiled); cup ring on front cover, generally sound otherwise.

Chicago, 1944 [100/150]

Second edition. Inscribed "Berry - This aint so bad - Nash," on front free endpaper.

170
140. Hazelton, William C.,.et. al. Supreme Duck Shooting Stories. Illustrated by Walter Bohl and Henry Thode and from photographs. 8vo, gilt-decorated red cloth, dust jacket (frayed and faded); moderate wear.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1934 [200/300]

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed "Berry - This is a strange little old man - Hazelton. Nash," on the front free endpaper.

300
141. Hazelton, William C.,.et. al. Supreme Duck Shooting Stories. Illustrated by Walter Bohl and Henry Thode and from photographs. 8vo, gilt-decorated red cloth; spot on rear cover, generally clean and sound otherwise.


Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1936 [100/150]
90
142. Hazelton, William C.,.et. al. Tales of Duck and Goose Shooting. Illustrations from photographs. Square 8vo, gilt-decorated green cloth; light wear, spine-title faded.

Chicago, 1916 [250/350]

FIRST EDITION. Phillips, page 166.

225
143. (Hazelton, William C.).Haynes. Ducks and Duck Shooting. Photographs by the Author. 8vo, gilt-decorated light blue cloth; light wear. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1924 [100/150]
90
144. Hazelton, William C.,.et. al. Tales of Duck and Goose Shooting. Illustrations from photographs. Large 12mo, gilt-decorated brown cloth; tips bumped, generally sound. (Phillips, page 166).

Springfield, IL: William C. Hazelton, 1922 [80/120]
120
145. Hazelton, William C.,.et. al. Tales of Duck and Goose Shooting. Illustrations from photographs. Large 12mo, gilt-decorated brown cloth; moderate wear.

Springfield, IL: William C. Hazelton, 1922 [100/150]
120
146. Hazelton, William C., .et. al. Tales of Duck and Goose Shooting. Illustrations from photographs. Square 8vo, gilt-decorated red cloth; moderate wear.

Chicago, 1916 [250/350]

FIRST EDITION. Phillips, page 166.

130
147. (Hazelton, William C.).Haynes. Ducks and Duck Shooting. Photographs by the Author. 8vo, gilt-decorated black cloth; moderate wear. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1924 [100/150]
70
148. Hazleton, William C.Wildfowling Tales. Drawings by Joseph W. Day. 8vo, gilt-lettered red cloth; spine faded. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1921 [100/150]
80
149. (Hazelton, William C.).Askins, Charles, et. al. Fred Kimble. Master Duck Shot of the World. Frontispiece. Thin 8vo, gilt-lettered green cloth; top margin of front cover stained, generally sound otherwise. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1923 [800/1200]
275
150. (Hazelton, William C.).Askins, Charles, et. al. Fred Kimble. Master Duck Shot of the World. Frontispiece. Thin 8vo, gilt-lettered green cloth; moderate wear, Harry Worcester Smith bookplate. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago: William C. Hazelton, 1923 [1000/1500]
1000
151. Heddon, John.Scotcher Notes. Bibliographical, Biographical and Historical Notes on George Scotcher's "Fly Fisher's Legacy." Mounted artificial fly tied by Heddon; 6 hand-colored plates of flies by John Simpson. 8vo, 1/2 green leather by A. F. Sismore, marbled paper box with printed paper cover-label; light wear, Colonel Henry A. Siegel bookplate.

London: Honey Dunn Press, (1975) [125/175]

ONE OF 150 (of 165) NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY HEDDON & SIMPSON.

160
152. Heilner, Van Campen.A Book on Duck Shooting. Illustrated by Lynn Bogue Hunt. 8vo, gilt-lettered brown leather, pictorial cover-label, slipcase; rubbed.

Philadelphia, (1939) [300/400]

NUMBER 3 OF 99 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY HEILNER & HUNT, without the extra suite of plates, as usual.

425
153. Henderson, William.Notes and Reminiscences of My Life as an Angler. Mounted photographic portrait; 5 plates. Tall 8vo, contemporary green leather-backed boards, spine gilt with fishing ornaments in 6 compartments, all edges gilt; rubbed, scattered foxing.

London, 1876 [300/400]

LARGE-PAPER EDITION, "For Private Circulation Only." Heckscher 939. With presentation slip tipped in and INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY HENDRESON.

190
154. Henderson, William.My Life as an Angler. Mounted photographic portrait; 5 plates. 8vo, publisher's gilt-pictorial green cloth (spotted); scattered foxing. (Heckscher 940).

London, 1879 [75/100]
30
155. Hicks, Frederick, C.Forty Years among the Wild Animals of India from Mysore to the Himalayas. Illustrated, including color plates. 4to, gilt-lettered cloth, pictorial cover-label; rebacked with most of original spine, covers abraded, generally sound internally.

Allahabad: The Pioneer Press, 1910 [300/500]

FIRST EDITION. SIGNED BY HICKS on the title. Czech, page 104.

275
156. Hochbaum, H. Albert.The Canvasback on a Prairie Marsh. ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR FRONTISPIECE, "A Chance for a Double," SIGNED BY HOCHBAUM; photographic plates; text illustrations. 8vo, gilt-lettered green leather; light wear.

Washington, 1944 [250/350]

Edward Sands Litchfield copy with his bookplate.

150
157. Holland, Ray P.Shotgunning in the Lowlands. Illustrations by Lynn Bogue hunt. 4to, gilt-lettered cloth, slipcase (worn at edges); light wear. ONE OF 350 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY HOLLAND & HUNT.

West Hartford, VT, (1945) [75/100]
50
158. Hondius, Eleanor.Memoirs of Eleanor E. Hondius of Elkhorn Lodge. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth lettered in black; light wear, several ink corrections (by the author?) on page 61.

Boulder: Pruette Press, 1954 [75/100]

FIRST EDITION. SIGNED BY HONDIUS.



80
159. Hooper, Johnson J.Dog and Gun; A Few Loose Chapters on Shooting. 8vo, publisher's brown cloth; moderate wear, William Bush contemporary ink stamp on title and front pastedown.

New York: Orange Judd & Company, (1856) [75/100]

FIRST EDITION. Riling 674; Phillips, page 183).

30
160. Hooper, Johnson J.Dog and Gun; A Few Loose Chapters on Shooting. 8vo, contemporary plain green cloth, original pictorial wrappers bound in; light wear. FIRST EDITION.

New York: Orange Judd & Company, (1856) [75/100]
60
161. Hunnicutt, Samuel.20 Years Hunting and Fishing In the Great Smoky Mountains. Illustrated. 8vo, printed blue wrappers; shelf-wear, generally sound internally, Edward Sims Drake bookplate.

Knoxville, TN: S. B. Newman, [1926] [500/700]

FIRST EDITION. Bruns H289; Biscotti, page 251 (1951 edition).

325
162. Hunt, Lynn Bogue.An Artist's Game Bag. Illustrated, including color plates by the Author. 4to, cloth decorated in gilt, dust jacket (hand-soiled); light wear. ONE OF 1225 NUMBERED COPIES. (Siegel 98).

New York: Derrydale Press, (1936) [150/250]
190
163. Jernigan, T. R.Shooting in China. Illustrated. Thick 8vo, gilt-lettered brown cloth; creased down spine, pages 307-08 torn at margin, generally clean and sound otherwise.

Shanghai, 1908 [150/250]

FIRST EDITION. Czech, page 113.

200
164. Keene, J. Harrington.Fly-Fishing and Fly-Making For Trout, Etc. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Illustrated, including 2 plates of ACTUAL MOUNTED FLY-TYING MATERIALS. 159 pages + 16-page catalogue. 8vo, gilt-pictorial cloth; moderate wear. (Bruns K9).

New York, 1898 [80/120]
120
165. Keene, John Harrington.Fly-Fishing and Fly-Making For Trout, Etc. Illustrated, including 2 plates of ACTUAL MOUNTED FLY-TYING MATERIALS (1 loose). 113 pages + 14-page catalogue. 8vo, gilt-pictorial cloth; moderate wear, bookplate.

New York, 1887 [200/300]

FIRST EDITION. Not seen by Bruns, who give erroneous pagination. "Very scarce." -Bruns K9.

160
166. Keene, John Harrington.Fishing Tackle, Its Materials and Manufacture. Illustrated, including folding plates. 8vo, publisher's gilt-pictorial red cloth; generally a clean, fresh copy. FIRST EDITION. (Heckscher 1148).

London, [1886] [125/175]
160
167. Kelson, George M.Tips. Illustrated, and with 2 tipped-in leaves on pink paper advertising "The Salmon Fly." 4to, gilt-pictorial cloth; moderate wear. FIRST EDITION.

London, 1901 [200/300]
225
168. Ketterer, John G.History of... Tous Saint Shooting Club. Special Anniversary Edition. 1885-1985. Illustrations from photographs. 4to, gilt-pictorial leatherette; light wear.

Privately Printed, [1986?] [125/175]
180
169. Kirkfield, Stuart.The Fine Bamboo Fly Rod. Illustrated from photographs by Gerald J. Mullen. 4to, cloth, dust jacket; minimal wear.

Colorado Springs, (1999) [250/350]

TWENTY COPIES.

200
170. Knapp, Edward Spring.We Knapps Thought it Was Nice. Illustrations from photographs. 4to, cloth, printed paper spine-label; moderate wear. ONE OF 200 NUMBERED COPIES.

New York: Privately Printed, 1940 [75/100]
100
171. Knox, A. E.Autumns on the Spey. 4 lithograph plates. 8, 171 pages + 3-page catalogue. 8vo, gilt-pictorial green cloth; moderate wear, a bit shaken. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, page 127).

London, 1872 [75/100]
100
172. Kohler, Ralph.Born To Hunt. Illustrations from photographs. 8vo, gilt-lettered leatherette; light wear. ONE OF 200 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY KOHLER.

Tekamah, NE, (1995) [75/100]
30
173. Kortright, Francis H.The Ducks, Geese and Swans of North America. Illustrated by T. M. Shortt. 8vo, gilt-decorated leather; inner joints reinforced, generally sound otherwise.

Washington, 1942 [150/250]

DELUXE EDITION. ONE OF 1000 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY KORTRIGHT & SHORTT and with 8 Duck Stamps mounted to the front endpapers, each SIGNED BY THE ARTIST, including Bob Hines, Maynard Reece, Walter Weber, Jack Murray and others.

174. Kramer, Theodore Foster..Fifty Years of Duck Hunting. A Lifetime of Adventure In the Marshes of South Louisiana. Illustrated. 63 pages. 8vo, printed wrappers; light wear. SIGNED BY KRAMER.

Np, (1974) [75/100]
150
175. Kuroda, Nagamichi.Wild Duck Hunting at Haneda. Illustrated, including folding map and table; errata. 8vo, printed wrappers; moderate wear, ink signature on cover.

Tokyo, 1926 [75/100]
80
176. Lambert, Osmund.Angling Literature in England; and Descriptions of Fishing by the Ancients. 12mo, printed vellum boards (cover faded); generally clean and sound internally. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, page 129.

London, 1881 [80/120]
70
177. [Lathy, Thomas].The Angler, A Poem, in Ten Cantos. By Piscator. Frontispieces (offset to title); woodcuts within text. 12mo, contemporary straight-grain green mococco, spine gilt in 5 compartments, all edges gilt; rubbed, Rudolph August Williams and William Pinkerton bookplates. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, page 131).

London, 1819 [80/120]
50
178. Lecky, John M. S.Iberian Partridge Shooting. Photographs by W. M. M. Honey. 4to, gilt-decorated cloth; light wear, Lee Richardson bookplate.

Montreal, June, 1980 [100/150]

FIRST EDITION, Revised, Enlarged, and Updated by Lecky.

120
179. Leffingwell, William Bruce.Wild Fowl Shooting. Illustrated. 8vo, publisher's gilt-pictorial brown cloth; light wear. (Riling 1227).

Chicago: Rand, McNally & Co., (1888) [75/100]
110
180. Leffingwell, William Bruce..Shooting on Upland, Marsh, and Stream. Profusely illustrated. 8vo, gilt-pictorial green cloth, dust jacket (browned); light wear. FIRST EDITION. (Riling 1268).

Chicago and New York, 1890 [100/150]
200
181. Leiser, Eric.The Dettes. A Catskill Legend. Illustrated. 4to, gilt-lettered 1/2 calf decorated in blind, slipcase; minimal wear.

Fishkill: Willowkill Press, (1992) [300/400]

ONE OF 200 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY LEISER & THE DETTES, with 3 ACTUAL FLIES TIED BY THE DETTES inside a special display mount by Don Leyden built into the slipcase.

170
182. Lewis, John Taylor.Ole Marster's Cedar Grove. Illustrations from photographs. 8vo, cloth-backed boards, glassine (frayed); light wear, owner's name marked out. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY LEWIS.

Privately Printed, 1957 [75/100]
40
183. Little, George.The Angler's Complete Guide and Companion. Illustrated, including 12 hand-colored plates. 8vo, publisher's pictorial green cloth, all edges gilt; spine-ends frayed, inner front joint split, generally clean and sound otherwise.

London: By the Author, [1881] [100/150]

FIRST EDITION. Westwood & Satchell xx; Heckscher 1231.

60
184. The Long Point Company.45 pages. 8vo, cloth-backed boards; light wear.

New York, 1970 [125/175]

Reprint of Harris's Recollections and Morgan's Further Recollections bound together.

200
185. Macdougall, Arthur R.,.Jr. If It Returns with Scars. Illustrations by Stanley W. Greene. 8vo, cloth, top-edge dyed, dust jacket (chipped with old cello tape along folds); moderate wear.

Bingham, on the Kennebec, 1942 [80/120]
ONE OF 750 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY MACDOUGALL.

50
186. Mackintosh, Alexander.The Driffield Angler; in Two Parts. Engraved frontispiece; half-title. x, [2], 346 pages. 8vo, gilt-pictorial green morocco-backed boards, top-edge gilt; split at top of spine, scattered foxing. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, pages 137-38).

Gainsborough: For the Author, [1806] [150/250]
50
187. Marbury, Mary Orvis.Favorite Flies and Their Histories. Illustrated, including color plates of flies. 4to, gilt-decorated cloth, top-edge gilt; moderate wear.

Boston and New York, 1892 [75/100]

Second Edition. Bruns M40.

90
188. March, J.The Jolly Angler; or Water-Side Companion. Frontispiece; woodcuts within text. [8, including frontis], 96 pages. 12mo, contemporary leather-backed boards; rebacked with most of original spine and label laid on, scattered foxing.

London, [1833] [100/150]

FIRST EDITION. Westwood & Satchell, pages 143-44.

189. Markham, Colonel Fred.Shooting in the Himalayas: a Journal of Sporting Adventures and Travel. Double-page map; 8 tinted lithographs. 8vo, 3/4 polished red calf, spine gilt in 6 compartments, all edges gilt; front inner joint split, occasional hand-soiling, a couple of margin tears, generally sound otherwise.

London, 1854 [250/350]

FIRST EDITION. "An excellent and early work on sport in the Himalayas..." - Czech, page 134; Riling 650.

190. [Marston, Edward].By Meadow and Stream. By the Amateur Angler. Illustrated. Tall 12mo, gilt-lettered vellum-backed boards; moderate wear.

London, 1896 [75/100]

ONE OF 250 NUMBERED COPIES, INITIALED BY MARSTON and with a presentation bookplate from Marston to T. Brown, Esq. Hand M147.

70
191. Martin, James.Float Fishing and Spinning in the Nottingham Style. 8 plates. 8vo, contemporary gilt-lettered cloth; shelf-wear, scattered foxing. FIRST EDITION. (Heckscher 1338).

London, 1882 [75/100]
30
192. Masters, Don.The House of Churchill. Profusely illustrated. 4to, gilt-decorated cloth, slipcase; light wear. ONE OF 500 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY MASTERS.

(Long Beach): Safari Press, (2002) [75/100]
40
193. Masters, Don.Atkin, Grant & Lang. Profusely illustrated. 4to, gilt-decorated cloth, slipcase; light wear. ONE OF 500 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY MASTERS.

(Long Beach): Safari Press, (2005) [75/100]
50
194. Maxwell, Sir Herbert.Salmon and Sea Trout. How to Propagate, Preserve, and Catch Them in British Waters. Illustrated, including 4 color plates of flies. 8vo, gilt-lettered reverse calf; tips bumped, generally sound otherwise.

London, 1898 [250/350]

ONE OF 130 NUMBERED LARGE PAPER COPIES. Thacher, page 349.

80
195. Maxwell, Sir Herbert.Fishing At Home and Abroad. Illustrated, including color plates. 4to, full brown morocco decorated in gilt, top-edge gilt cloth clamshell with gilt-lettered spine-label provided; rubbed, scattered foxing.

London, 1913 [300/500]

ONE OF 750 NUMBERED COPIES. "A sumptuous... work containing articles of interest to us (Americans) i.e. 'Tyee Fishing in British Columbia', 'Salmon and Trout Fishing in Canada', and 'American Trout Fishing' (by) Theodore Gordon. Rare". - Bruns M85.


225
196. McAdams, Laura.Marais Temps Clair...Frontispiece - Second Edition. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, dust jacket (titled "Fair Weather Marsh"); moderate wear, Roy D. Chapin, Jr. bookplate. ONE OF 250 COPIES.

St. Louis, 1944 [75/100]
150
197. Merritt, H. Clay.The Shadow of a Gun. Illustrated. 8vo, publisher's gilt-lettered green cloth; spine-ends frayed, generally clean and sound otherwise.

Chicago, 1904 [200/300]

FIRST EDITION. "about early market hunting in Illinois plus much hunting and shooting." - Hand M376; Riling 1590.

350
198. Mershon, William B.Recollections of My Fifty Years Hunting and Fishing. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth (spine faded), front portion of dust jacket SIGNED BY MERSHON laid in, gilt-lettered red morocco-backed slipcase provided; light wear. FIRST EDITION. (Bruns M164).

Boston, 1923 [125/175]
110
199. Mershon, William B.The Passenger Pigeon. Illustrated. Illustrated, including color frontispiece by Louis Agassiz Fuertes. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, gilt-lettered red morocco-backed slipcase provided; light wear, Samuel B. Webb and William Nicholas Beach bookplates. FIRST EDITION. SIGNED BY MERSHON.

New York, 1907 [125/175]
200
200. Michigan.Lake St. Clair Fishing and Shooting Club of Detroit. 52 pages. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth; moderate wear.

Detroit, May, 1892 [75/100]
30
201. Middleton, Harry.The Starlight Creek Angling Society. Illustrations by Peter Corbin. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, slipcase; light wear. ONE OF 500 COPIES, SIGNED BY MIDDLETON.

(Stone Harbor, NJ): Meadow Run Press, (1992) [250/350]
475
202. Milbank, Jeremiah; & Grace Fox Perry.Turkey Hill Plantation. Illustrations from photographs. 8vo, gilt-lettered leather-backed boards; rubbed, generally clean and sound otherwise. (Biscotti, page 295).

Np: Privately Printed, 1966 [75/100]
110
203. Montana.Constitution of the State of Montana. 76 pages. 8vo, printed wrappers; light wear, spine sunned.

Helena, (1889) [75/100]
50
204. Moore, H. Gordon.,.Jr. Trigger Pullers. An Attempt to Convey the Art of Wingshooting. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth; scattered foxing, owner's inscription on front free endpaper. ONE OF 300 COPIES, SIGNED BY MOORE.

Richmond, VA: Dietz Press, 1976 [100/150]
80
205. Morgan, J. S.Further Recollections of Long Point. 30 pages. 8vo, cloth; light wear.

New York: Privately Printed, 1953 [250/350]

FIRST EDITION. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY MORGAN.

 
180
206. Mosby, Henry S.; & Charles O. Handley.The Wild Turkey in Virginia. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-decorated cloth; moderate wear.

Richmond, VA, 1943 [75/100]

FIRST EDITION. Inscribed to Nash Buckingham from M. Hart. Inscribed again to Berry and SIGNED BY NASH.

70
207. Natural History.Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society. Volumes 9, 19-20, 22-30, with several indices and additional issues. Illustrated, including colored plates. 8vo, contemporary half-calf or wrappers (some chipped and corroded); varying wear, some soiling, foxing, etc. PRESUMED COMPLETE, THOUGH NOT COLLATED AND SOLD-AS-IS.

Bombay, 1894-1956 [800/1200]
700
208. Nemes, Sylvester.The Soft-Hackled Fly Addict. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered leatherette, slipcase; light wear. ONE OF 276 NUMBERED COPIES SIGNED BY NEMES and with an ORIGINAL HAND-TIED FLY mounted to the colophon leaf.

Chicago, (1981) [75/100]
50
209. Newland, Henry.The Erne, Its Legends and its Fly-Fishing. Illustrated, including hand-colored frontispiece and title vignette; folding map; 4 page manuscript description of flies bound in. 8vo, publisher's gilt-pictorial brown cloth; rebacked with most of original spine, endpapers renewed, inner joint between frontis and title taped, one signature sprung. SOLD-AS-IS.

London, 1851 [200/300]

FIRST EDITION of this rare work. Westwood & Satchell, page 155; Heckscher 1424.

100
210. Nye, Russell Scudder.Scientific Duck Shooting in Eastern Waters. 116 pages. 8vo, gilt-lettered green cloth; light wear.

Falmouth, Mass., 1895 [250/350]

FIRST EDITION. "The operation of live decoys on one of the famous Cape Cod duck ponds." - Phillips, page 279.

160
211. O'Connor, Jack.Typed Letter to Mr. John Jobson, Signed by "Jack", thanking him for a copy of the Gun Annual. 1 page. 4to, on Outdoor Life letterhead, neatly matted, in glass-fronted frame; light wear. (Not in Herring).

Lewiston, ID, September 27, 1965 [75/100]
30
212. O'Connor, Jack.Two Autograph Letters Signed from O'Connor to John Jobson. Each 1 page. 4to or 8vo, on Outdoor Life letterhead stationary, neatly matted, in matching glass-fronted wooden frames.

New York, March 1, 1961; September 28, 1966 [100/150]

Each with a paragraph on a hunting trip. Not in Herring.



40
213. The Old Club of Detroit.Incorporated 1872 as the Lake St. Clair Fishing and Shooting Club. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered leatherette, top-edge gilt; moderate wear.

Detroit, 1927 [75/100]
70
214. The Old Club of Detroit.Incorporated 1872 as the Lake St. Clair Fishing and Shooting Club. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-lettered leatherette, top-edge gilt; moderate wear.

Detroit, 1927 [75/100]
40
215. Perry, Oliver Hazard.Hunting Expeditions...verbatim from his Diaries. Frontispiece; 2 plates; woodcuts within text. 8vo, gilt-pictorial cloth, uncut; light wear.

Cleveland: For Private Distribution, 1899 [800/1200]

NUMBER 15 OF 100 COPIES. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY "CHARLIE" BINGHAM, PUBLISHER. Howes P250; Streeter Sale 4116.

750
216. Phillips, John C.A Natural History of the Ducks. Profusion of plates by Frank W. Benson, Allan Brooks and Louis Agassiz Fuertes. 4 volumes. 4to, buckram-backed boards, printed paper spine-labels, dust jackets (chipped and torn with loss), 3 volumes with slipcase (worn & broken), uncut; W. E. P. Miller armorial bookplates, moderate wear.

London, 1923-26 [300/500]
170
217. Phillips, John C.George Washington Sportsman. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth-backed boards; light wear. ONE OF 100 COPIES. (Bruns P80).

Cambridge, MA: Cosmos Press, 1929 [80/120]
90
218. Phillips, John C.Wenham Great Pond. Illustrated from photographs. 4to, gilt-lettered cloth-backed boards, top-edge gilt, presentation slip laid in; tips rubbed.. NUMBER 81 OF 100 COPIES. (Bruns P84).

Salem, MA: Peabody Museum, 1938 [100/150]
120
219. Phillips, John C.Shooting-Stands of Eastern Massachusetts. Frontispiece. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth; spine faded, generally clean and sound internally.

Cambridge, MA: Privately Printed, 1929 [125/175]

With card SIGNED BY PHILLIPS mounted to front pastedown. "Limited to 200 copies." - Biscotti, page 341.

60
220. Phillips, John C.; & Lewis Webb Hill.Classics of the American Shooting Field. Illustrated, including color frontispiece by Frank W. Benson. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth; spine faded.

Boston and New York, 1930 [75/100]

ONE OF 150 COPIES, SIGNED BY PHILLIPS, HILL & BENSON.

70
221. Photographs.Album of over 400 photographs, including over 130 depicting shooting, game, dogs, etc. Between 2-1/2 x 3-1/2 and 6 x 4 inches, loosely inserted into oblong 8vo string-tied album; moderate wear.

American, 1920s-40s [100/150]
180
222. Photographs.Album of over 50 photographs of hunting scenes. Each between 3-1/2 x 3-1/4 and 3-1/2 x 4-3/4 inches mounted in Oblong 8vo album; varying wear.

American, 1900-05 [80/120]

"Fred Henion's hunting pictures," note mounted to front pastedown.

160
223. Photographs."Speaking of Ducks with Judge F. L. Fuller." Titled album of 52 photographs, many depicting duck hunting. Each about 3 x 4-1/4 inches mounted in oblong 8vo string-tied album; moderate wear.

Ocracoke, NC, January 1928 [75/100]
180
224. Pleissner, Ogden.Fishing the Au Sable. Fine color print. 18 x 27 inches plus margins, finely matted, in glass-fronted frame. ONE OF 275, SIGNED BY PLEISSNER.

Np, nd [150/250]
90
225. Pollok, Lieut.-Colonel Arthur.Sport in British Burmah, Assam, and the Cassyah and Jyntiah Hills. 2 folding maps; 10 plates (8 color). 2 volumes. 8vo, later gilt-lettered red leather-backed boards; moderate wear.

London, 1879 [300/500]

FIRST EDITION. "This is one of the earliest works to describe sport in Burma as well as in India." - Czech, page 164; Riling 1054; Gerrare 1335.

226. [Pond, Fred].The Sportsman's Directory and Year Book. Compiled by Will Wildwood. 201, [1] pages + LI pages of adverts. 8vo, pictorial cloth; covers shelf-worn and faded, inner joints split, generally clean internally.

Milwaukee: Pond & Goldey, 1892 [100/150]

Bruns P115, 1891 edition.

40
227. Poole Press Miniatures.Aelian on Fly Fishing * Kipling's American Catches. Together 2 volumes. Illustrated. Each 2-3/4 x 2-3/8 inches, leather or cloth-backed, first with slipcase; light wear.

(Berkeley), 1979; 1980 [75/100]

Each is ONE OF 250 AND 150 RESPECTIVELY, SIGNED BY THE PRINTERS.

30
228. Pope, Alexander Jr .Mountain Quail. Fine chromolithograph print. 13-1/2 x 19-1/2 inches, neatly matted, in glass-fronted frame.

American, Early 20th-century [125/175]
229. Pope, Alexander Jr.Valley Quail. Fine chromolithograph print. 13-1/2 x 19-1/2 inches, neatly matted, in glass-fronted frame.

230American, Early 20th-century [125/175]
230. Premier Press.Collection of 23 volumes. Most illustrated. 4to or 8vo, gilt-decorated leather, most with original glassine (frayed); minimal wear. Each is ONE OF 3000 NUMBERED COPIES.

Camden, SC, vd [300/500]
275
231. Pritt, T. E.The Book of the Grayling. 3 chromolithograph plates, including folding frontispiece. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth; moderate wear, Joseph Bates, Jr. bookplate. FIRST EDITION.

Leeds, 1888 [100/150]
140
232. Pruyn, Francis Lansing.Duck Shooting. Illustrated. 8vo, printed wrappers; light wear. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY PRUYN.

New York: Privately Printed, 1945 [200/300]

"A Scarce account of Eastern shore wildfowling." - Biscotti, page 350.

375
233. Pulman, George P. R.The Vade-Mecum of Fly-Fishing for Trout. Third Edition, re-written and greatly enlarged. Illustrations within text. xii, 186 pages + 1 advert. leaf. 12mo, publisher's gilt-lettered red cloth; moderate wear, modern name stamp and bookplate on pastedowns. (Heckscher 1582).

London, 1851 [75/100]
30
234. Queeny, Edgar M.Prairie Wings. Illustrated by Richard E. Bishop, including an ORIGINAL ETCHING SIGNED BY BISHOP. 4to, leather stamped in gilt and blind, top-edge gilt, slipcase; light wear.

New York, 1946 [75/100]

DELUXE EDITION. ONE OF 225 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY QUEENY & BISHOP.

200
235. Ragland, Samuel Evan.Menasha. Illustrated. 20 pages. 8vo, pictorial green wrappers; light wear. FIRST EDITION. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY RAGLAND. (Biscotti, page 355).

Memphis, 1945 [75/100]
350
236. Rare Derrydale. Heywood, Gerald G. P.Charles Cotton and His River. Illustrated, including double-page map. 4to, gilt-lettered green cloth; spine-ends frayed, inner front joint split, generally clean and sound.

Manchester: Sherratt & Hughes; New York: The Derrydale Press, 1928 [1500/2500]

FIRST STATE. ONE OF 50 UNNUMBERED COPIES. "This is a rare and not easily recognized Derrydale but it is a fine limited edition book from England in a style comparable to some Derrydales. Frazier H-17-a; Siegel 11.

500
237. Reath, B. Brannan.Santee Club - A Legend. Illustrated from photographs. Decorated endpapers by Richard Bishop. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, pictorial cover-label by Bishop; moderate wear, spine faded.

(Philadelphia), 1971 [100/150]

ONE OF 200 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY REATH and INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY BISHOP.

225
238. Richardson, Lee.Those Were the Days. Edited by Robert E. Wethern. Illustrated. 8vo, gilt-decorated leatherette, slipcase; light wear.

(Caldwell, ID), 1985 [80/120]

NUMBER 2 OF 500 NUMBERED COPIES, with an ORIGINAL PENCIL DRAWING, INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY RICHARDSON on the title.

180
239. Robertson, John.The Hand-Book of Angling for Scotland and the Border Counties. Folding frontispiece map (a few tears along folds). 8vo, publisher's cloth decorated in gilt; spine-ends chipped with loss, generally sound otherwise. (Westwood & Satchell, page 178).

London, 1861 [75/100]
30
240. Robertson, John.The Hand-Book of Angling for Scotland and the Border Counties. Folding frontispiece map. 8vo, publisher's cloth decorated in gilt; covers hand-soiled, generally sound otherwise. (Westwood & Satchell, page 178).

London, 1861 [80/120]
60
241. Robinson, Alan James.King Salmon * Sockeye Salmon. Together 2 fine hand-colored prints. Each about 10 x 23-1/4 inches, in matching glass-fronted wood frames; light wear. Each is NUMBER 1 OF 50 COPIES, SIGNED BY ROBINSON.

Np, nd [150/250]
110
242. Robinson, Alan James.Group of 5 fine hand-colored engravings, each depicting 3 flies, as listed below. Each about 6 - 7 inches plus margins, in matching glass-fronted wood frames; light wear. Each is a title ARTIST'S PROOF, SIGNED BY ROBINSON.

Np, nd [250/350]

Quill Gordon * Light Cahill * Caddis Fly * Hendrickson * March Brown.

80
243. Robinson, Alan James.Group of 3 hand-colored engravings, as listed below. Various sizes, in glass-fronted wooden frames; light wear. Each is ONE OF 50 COPIES, SIGNED BY ROBINSON.

Np, nd [125/175]

Salmo Salar. 10 x 14 inches plus margins. Inscribed to Stuart Kirkfield * Beverkill Brown. 4-1/2 x 12-1/2 inches plus margins * Canadian Brookie. 4-1/2 x 12-1/2 inches plus margins.


60
244. Robinson, Alan James.Group of 4 fine hand-colored engravings, each depicting 3 or 5 flies, as listed below. Each about 6 x 7 or 7 x 9-1/2 inches plus margins, in matching wood frames, 2 glass-fronted; light wear. Each is a title ARTIST'S PROOF or NUMBER 1 OF 50, SIGNED BY ROBINSON.

Np, nd [150/250]

Blue-Winged Olive * Salmon Flies * Green Drake * Blue Quill.

60
245. Ronalds, Alfred.The Fly Fisher's Entomology with Directions for Making the Artificial Representation of Each Fly. Introduction by Sir Herbert Maxwell. Illustrated with numerous engravings, including HAND-COLORED PLATES OF FLIES, and with 48 ARTIFICIAL FLIES IN SUNKEN MOUNTS. 2 volumes. 4to, original 1/2 green morocco, spines gilt with angling ornaments, uncut; extremities rubbed, generally sound otherwise.

Liverpool: Henry Young & Sons, 1913 [1000/1500]

EDITION DE LUXE of the eleventh edition. NUMBER 35 OF 250 NUMBERED SETS, SIGNED BY THE PUBLISHER.

246. Ronalds, Alfred.The Fly-Fisher's Entomology. Third Edition. Colored frontispiece; 19 hand-colored plates. Tall 8vo, publisher's green cloth stamped in gilt and blind (spotted); scattered foxing. (Westwood & Satchell, page 178).

London, 1844 [150/250]
80
247. Ronalds, Alfred.The Fly-Fisher's Entomology. Fourth Edition, corrected. 20 hand-colored plates. 8vo, publisher's green cloth stamped in blind; spine-ends frayed, inner joints split, generally sound otherwise, Bernard S. Horne bookplate.

London, 1849 [80/120]
248. Rutledge, Frederick.Fair Fields of Memory. 63 pages. 8vo, printed wrappers; light wear.

Asheville, 1958 [75/100]

SIGNED BY RUTLEDGE. Hunting in North and South Carolina. Biscotti, page 380.

40
249. Sage, Dean.The Ristigouche and its Salmon Fishing. With a Chapter on Angling Literature. Edited by Colonel Henry A. Siegel and Harry C. Marschalk, Jr. Introduction by Arnold Gingrich. Illustrated, including color plates. 4to, gilt-stamped leather, top-edge gilt, uncut; minor wear.

Goshen: Angler's and Shooter's Press, 1973 [1000/1500]

ONE OF 250 NUMBERED COPIES, with 2 color plates signed by the artists -Charles de Feo and Ogden Pleisnner. Bruns S4.


250. Salley, A. S.The Happy Hunting Ground. Illustrations from photographs. 8vo, cloth-backed pictorial boards; spine soiled and abraded, generally sound internally. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY SALLEY. (Biscotti, page 383).

Columbia, SC, 1926 [80/120]
180
251. Salmon & Trout.Group of 4 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth or leatherette, slipcases; light wear.

Vp, vd [80/120]

Leonard. Flies. (1988). ONE OF 500, SIGNED * Bates. The Atlantic Salmon Treasury. (1975). ONE OF 1000, SIGNED * Taverner. Making of a Trout Stream. ONE OF 225 (not numbered), SIGNED * Edmonds and Lee. Brook and River Trouting. 1980. ONE OF 1000.

60
252. Salter, T. F.The Angler's Guide, being a Complete Practical Treatise on
Angling. Second Edition. Woodcut plates and text illustrations. xxxi, 317 (mis-numbered 217) pages. Tall 8vo, 1/2 polished green calf, spine gilt in 6 compartments; rubbed, some foxing, marginal pencil note on page 38.

London, 1815 [150/250]

LARGE PAPER COPY. Heckscher 1701.

180
253. Sandeman, Fraser.Angling Travels in Norway. Illustrated, including color plates. 4to, vellum-backed boards, uncut and partially opened; shelf-wear, lacking spine-label, inner front joint split. LARGE PAPER COPY.

London, 1895 [100/150]
254. Schmookler, Paul; & Ingrid V. Sils.Rare and Unusual Fly Tying Materials: A Natural History. 2 volumes. Profusely illustrated, including from photographs by Robert Rohonczy. Folio, cloth, dust jacket; minimal wear. FIRST EDITIONS. SIGNED BY SCHMOOKLER & SILS & ERIC LEISER (Volume 1 only).

Millis, Mass., (1994-97) [200/300]
180
255. Schwiebert, Ernest.Salmon of the World. Illustrated, including 30 fine color plates by Schwiebert, loose in portfolio, as issued. Folio, cloth-backed boards, slipcase; light wear. ONE OF 750 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY SCHWIEBERT.

New York: Winchester Press, (1970) [150/250]
130
256. Scotcher, George.Fly Fisher's Legacy. Hand-colored facsimile frontispiece. 8vo, 1/2 green leather by A. F. Sismore, marbled paper box with printed paper cover-label; light wear, Colonel Henry A. Siegel bookplate.

London: Honey Dunn Press, 1974 [75/100]

ONE OF 380 (of 400) NUMBERED COPIES.

60
257. Scott, Peter.Wild Chorus. Illustrated, including 24 mounted color plates by the Author. 4to, gilt-decorated blue cloth, dust jacket (chipped with loss to most of spine), top-edge gilt; light wear.

London, (1938) [100/150]

ONE OF 1250 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY SCOTT.

40
258. Scott, Peter.Wild Chorus * Morning Flight. Together 2 volumes. Illustrated by the Authur. 4to, cloth, dust jackets (chipped); moderate wear.

London, 1947 [80/120]

Later printings. Each with an ORIGINAL INK DRAWING SIGNED BY SCOTT.

160
259. Scrope, William.Days and Nights of Salmon Fishing in the Tweed. Illustrated, including lithograph and chromolithograph plates. 4to, publisher's green cloth decorated in gilt and blind, gilt-lettered green morocco-backed slipcase (spine sunned) provided; spine-ends and joints frayed, covers spotted, generally clean and sound internally.

London, 1843 [150/250]

FIRST EDITION. Westwood & Satchell, page 191.

90
260. Sedgwick, Tod; & Roy Kroll.Winous Point. 150 Years of Waterfowling and Conservation. Illustrated. 4to, cloth, gilt-decorated clamshell box; minimal wear. ONE OF 70 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY SEDGWICK & KROLL.

(Lanham, MD, 2010) [100/150]
160
261. Sharp, Henry.Practical Wild-Fowling. vi, [2], 300 pages + adverts. 8vo, publisher's gilt-pictorial cloth; moderate wear, pages browned. FIRST EDITION.

London, [1895] [80/120]

30
262. Shibley, Fred Warner.Aspinwall Island. Illustrated from photographs. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, pictorial cover-label, top-edge gilt; moderate wear. FIRST EDITION. (Bruns S140; Thacher, page 466).

Privately Printed, 1916 [80/120]
80
263. Sisley, Nick..Grouse Magic * Bass Magic. Together 2 volumes. Illustrated. 8vo, silver-decorated cloth, slipcases; light wear.

Privately Printed, (1981; 1984) [75/100]

"Author's Proof Copy #2" and ONE OF 1500 COPIES respectively. Each is warmly inscribed to Ed Moxley and SIGNED BY SISLEY.

50
264. Sporting.Group of 5 volumes, as listed below. Some illustrated. 4to or 8vo, cloth or leatherette; most light wear.

Vp, vd [100/150]

Venable. An Island Unto Itself. (1981) * Arnold. Suisun Marsh History. (1996) * Enders. Random Notes. 1955. ONE OF 300, SIGNED * Giraud. Days Off with Gun, Rod and Yacht Around Izmir, Turkey. [1940] * Cay. Ducks, Dogs and Friends. 1979. ONE OF 2000.
200
265. Sporting.Group of 5 volumes, as listed below. Some illustrated. 8vo, cloth; moderate wear.

Vp, vd [75/100]

Cross. Fifty Years with Gun and Rod. 1880 * Lewis. The American Sportsman. 1871 * Bishop. Four Months in a Sneak-Box. (1879) * Murphy. Sporting Adventures in the Far West. 1880 * Vachell. Sport and Life on the Pacific Slope. 1908.

100
266. Sporting Prints.Group of 4 prints, as listed below. Various sizes; light wear, last 2 rolled.

Vp, vd [75/100]

De Feo. Reflections. 17-1/2 x 23 inches. ONE OF 400, SIGNED * Atherton. Jumping Trout. 20-1/2 x 15 inches, matted. ONE OF 750, SIGNED * Armstrong. Sea Trout Leaping at Night. 14 x 11 inches. ONE OF 950, SIGNED * ditto. Hooked Rainbow. 14 x 11 inches. ONE OF 950, SIGNED.

30
267. Spurr, Dick; & Gloria Jordan.Wes Jordan. Profile of a Rodmaker. Illustrated. 4to, gilt-lettered leatherette' light wear. ONE OF 100 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY SPURR & JORDAN.

Grand Junction, 1992 [75/100]
120
268. Stearns, Frances.Fine collection of 18 mounted HAND-TIED FLIES. 11 x 15 silver-gilt wooden glass-fronted frame. Each fly identified on verso of frame and SIGNED BY STEARNS.

Np, nd [250/350]
50
269. Stein, Gerald S.; & James W. Schaaf.Dickerson. The Man and His Rods. Illustrated. 4to, cloth, dust jacket; light wear. ONE OF 500 NUMBERED COPIES, SIGNED BY THE AUTHORS.

Grand Junction, 1991 [80/120]
130
270. [Stimson, Melvin Oscar].Hunting and Shooting Incidents in the Life of Bill Purdee. By Rambler. Illustrated. 8vo, pictorial wrappers (chipped); light crease throughout.

Boston, 1904 [100/150]

FIRST EDITION. Hand R9; Phillips, page 360.

130
271. Taylor, Samuel.Angling in All Its Branches. Reduced to a Complete Science. In Three Parts. 8vo, old calf, rubbed, split at top of front joint, generally sound, Colonel Henry A. Siegel bookplate.

London, 1800 [80/120]

FIRST EDITION. There is no half-title, but with 3 leaves of ads at the end. Westwood & Satchell, pages 205-06; Heckscher 1900.

40
272. Thomas-Stanford, C.A River of Norway being the Notes and Reflections of an Angler. Colored plan; 10 photogravures. 8vo, gilt-pictorial cloth, top-edge gilt; scattered foxing. FIRST EDITION.

London, 1903 [75/100]
30
273. Tolfrey, Frederic.Jones's Guide to Norway, and Salmon-Fisher's Pocket Companion * Zincavage. The Palingenesis of Frederick Tolfrey, Corinthian. First with fine hand-colored plates of salmon flies. 2 volumes. 12mo, matching facsimile green cloth lettered in gilt, housed in thick 4to, green morocco-backed clamshell case with separate portfolio of hand-colored plates in 4to, 2 actual hand-tied salmon flies - "The Major" and "The Colonel" by Michael D. Radencich in separate portfolio with sunken compartments; minimal wear. Np: Raden Press, 1992 [1000/1500]

NUMBER 4 OF 10 DELUXE SETS (of 50) SIGNED BY RADENCICH.

750
274. Tolfrey, Frederic.The Sportsman in Canada. 10 lithographed plates. 2 volumes. 8vo, later gilt-ruled cloth in a contemporary style, gilt-lettered spine-labels; plates foxed and stained at margins, title-leaf in volume II trimed and remounted, Colonel Henry A. Siegel bookplates.

London, 1845 [150/250]

FIRST EDITION. "Very rare."- Bruns T52.

275
275. Trade Catalogue.Samples of Artificial Fishing Guts. 3 leaves of 24 (of 25) actual mounted samples. Oblong 8vo, wrappers, string-tied at top margin; lacking 1 line sample, generally sound otherwise.

Occupied Japan, Circa 1940s [80/120]

With ink stamp of D. Nagata Co. LTD. on front cover.

40
276. [Tuttle, James H.].Wam=Dus=Ky. A Descriptive Record of A Hunting Trip to North Dakota. Illustrated. 8vo, [2] leaves, 178 pages. 8vo, gilt-lettered brown cloth; cello tape repair to inner margin of frontispiece, inner joints reinforced, Author's name in ink on title, first few leaves with upper corner stained, pages 2-4 re-inserted with old paper tape, etc. SOLD-AS-IS.

Minneapolis: Hall, Black & Co., 1893 [600/900]

FIRST EDITION, ONE OF 35 COPIES PRINTED. "This is an entertaining and well written trip in northern Dakota in the fall of 1892." - Streeter Sale 4113; Howes T440; Phillips, 392.

2000
277. Venables, Colonel Robert.The Experienc'd Angler: or Angling Improv'd. Engraved frontispiece (from 1683 edition); [14 (of 16)], 96 pages, lacking the 3 leaf table. 8vo, rebound in a contemporary style with gilt angling decorations on cover and spine; closely trimmed, lacking 4 leaves, generally sound otherwise. SOLD-AS-IS.

London, 1676 [200/300]

Westwood & Satchell, pages 213-214.

200
278. Wade, Henry.Halcyon; or, Rod-Fishing with Fly, Minnow, and Worm. 12 plates (8 hand-colored). 8vo, gilt-lettered green cloth stamped in blind; spine-ends chipped, generally sound, Joseph Bates, Jr. bookplate. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, page 216).

London, 1861 [100/200]
90
279. Walton, Izaak.A Sermon on Content. Color woodcut vignette on title and 1 leaf. 11 pages. 8vo, green dyed calf-backed boards, printed paper cover-label, uncut; spine abraded and chipped with loss, generally clean and sound internally.

Park Ridge, IL: The F. R. Wilkinson Family, Christmas, 1932 [80/120]

ONE OF 125 NUMBERED COPIES, this copy not numbered. Coigney 317.

350
280. Walton, Izaak; & Charles Cotton.The Complete Angler; or, the Contemplative Man's Recreation. Being a Fac-simile reprint of the First Edition, published in 1653. 8vo, publisher's (?) morocco stamped in gilt and blind, all edges gilt; rubbed at tips and joints, Colonel Henry A Siegel bookplate.


London: Elliot Stock, 1876 [125/175]

"This is the first facsimile of Walton's first edition of 1653." - Coigney 99. The present copy is apparently the "Crown 8vo Antique morocco" issue noted by Coigney.

155
280. Walton, Izaak.Waltoniana. Inedited Remains in Verse and Prose of Izaak Walton. With Notes and Preface by Richard Herne Shepherd. 8vo, gilt-lettered cloth, uncut and unopened; moderate wear. FIRST EDITION. (Coigney, page 401).

London: Pickering and Co., 1878 [75/100]
30
282. Waterfowling.Group of 4 volumes, as listed below. Illustrated. 4to or 8vo, cloth or leatherette, dust jackets; minimal wear.

Vp, vd [80/120]

Capooth. The Golden Age of Waterfowling. (2001). ONE OF 1250, SIGNED * Sullivan. Waterfowling. (1983). ONE OF 1000, SIGNED * Seymour. Living a Dream. (2002). ONE OF 1000, SIGNED * Caldwell. Reelfoot Lake Remembered. (2005). ONE OF 850, SIGNED.

80
283. Weatherhead, Albert J.,.Jr. Hunter's Paradise. Illustrated. [4], 35 pages. Thin 8vo, gilt-lettered boards; spine faded.

Cleveland: Privately Printed, 1947 [75/100]

FIRST EDITION. "The author's adventures hunting wildfowl and upland birds in Cuba." - Biscotti, page 455.

225
284. Westwood, Thomas.Bibliotheca Piscatoria. Catalogue of the Library. Woodcut frontispiece. 46 pages. 4to, printed wrappers (detached); removed, partially disbound.

New York, 1873 [75/100]
300
285. Wheatley, Hewett.The Rod and Line: Or, Practical Hints and Dainty Devices for the Sure Taking of Trout, Grayling, Etc. 9 hand-colored plates. 157 pages +23 pages catalogue. 8vo, gilt-lettered modern full red morocco rule in gilt; some hand-soiling, generally sound.

London, 1849 [250/350]

FIRST EDITION. Heckscher 2237.

90
286. Wheatley, Hewett.The Rod and Line: Or, Practical Hints and Dainty Devices for the Sure Taking of Trout, Grayling, Etc. 9 hand-colored plates. 157 pages + 32 page catalogue dated July, 1864. 8vo, cloth decorated in gilt and blind; spine-ends and tips frayed, scattered foxing, Joseph Bates bookplate. FIRST EDITION. (Westwood & Satchell, page 239).

London, 1849 [80/120]
50
287. Whitaker, Joseph.British Duck Decoys of To-Day, 1918. Illustrated. 8vo, publisher's gilt-lettered cloth; moderate wear. (Hand W313).

London, 1918 [75/100]
80
288. Whitehead, Charles E.The Camp-Fires of the Everglades or Wild Sports in the South. Illustrated. Large 8vo, gilt-lettered green cloth, top-edge gilt; margin tear to upper spine-end, generally a clean, sound and fresh copy.

Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1891 [80/120]

FIRST BRITISH EDITION. Bruns W92; Phillips, page 404.

100
289. Williamson, Captain Thomas; & Samuel Howett.Oriental Field Sports; being a Complete, Detailed, and Accurate Description of the Wild Sports of the East. Engraved frontispieces; 40 aquatint plates, most with sepia wash. 2 volumes. 4to, later 3/4 polished green calf by the Limbury Bindery, spines gilt in 6 compartments, including gilt-lettered spine-labels, renewed endpapers with remounted armorial bookplates; some marginal hand-soiling, a few margin tears, scattered foxing, etc., generally sound. (Abbey, Travel, 431).

London, 1808 [400/600]
1000
290. Wray, Lt.-Col. John.With Rifle and Spear. Frontispiece portrait; 13 plates from photographs. 8vo, blue-lettered cloth; moderate wear.

London, (1925) [250/350]

FIRST EDITION. Czech, page 233.

291. Yorke, F. Henry.Our Ducks. A History of American Ducks. 8vo, gilt-lettered brown cloth; light wear. FIRST EDITION.

Chicago, 1899 [75/100]
30
292. Younger, John.On River Angling for Salmon and Trout. Half-title; 94 pages + table. 16mo, publisher's gilt-decorated cloth, all edges gilt, inset gilt-decorated morocco-backed clamshell case provided; plain cloth reback, endpapers replaced, half-title and lower margins soiled, generally sound otherwise. SOLD-AS-IS.

London, 1840 [300/500]

FIRST EDITION. Heckscher 2318; Westwood & Satchell, page 244).

90
293. Zern, Ed.Two tackle boxes filled with a profusion of lures. Various sizes and formats; varying wear. With business card SIGNED BY ZERN, one box with Zern's address in black marker.

Np, 20th-century [400/500]

Purchased at Lang's Auction Gallery.

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