London: published by the Author, 1901. 4, wood-engraved illustrations, publisher's advertisements at the back, original burgundy pictorial cloth gilt, ruled in blind (corners slightly rubbed). FIRST EDITION. Loosely-inserted is an autograph letter from Kelson to Albert Petit, dated "21 Hornton Street, Kensington, Friday 12 September, 1902", stating: "My situation at present is to stay in Paris 3 days, then go to Dinard and put up at Hotel Michelet. I shall not bring fishing tackle, but shall not forget to take some flies for you to try when yours fail. If, however, there is no fishing at the end of the month, would you kindly send me a postcard to Dinard as it would not be worth while going". Hampton p. 57; Petit 1303. " /> KELSON, George M.<I> Tips, by the Author of "The Salmon Fly",</I> London: published by the Author, 1901. 4, wood-engraved illustrations, publisher's advertisements at the back, original burgundy pictorial cloth gilt, ruled in blind (corners slightly rubbed). FIRST EDITION. Loosely-inserted is an autograph letter from Kelson to Albert Petit, dated "21 Hornton Street, Kensington, Friday 12 September, 1902", stating: "My situation at present is to stay in Paris 3 days, then go to Dinard and put up at Hotel Michelet. I shall not bring fishing tackle, but shall not forget to take some flies for you to try when yours fail. If, however, there is no fishing at the end of the month, would you kindly send me a postcard to Dinard as it would not be worth while going". Hampton p. 57; Petit 1303. | Christie's