The final lithograph in this series, Who-o-p!, is one of only a few known proofs printed from the stone before it accidentally broke during printing. This necessitated the subject being completely re-drawn by the artist, with some small variations, onto a new stone from which the edition was printed.
Although Graham Dry suggests that Four Hunting Scenes may have been published in an edition of approximately thirty, the series is of great rarity at auction. To our knowledge only one set has been offered in the last three decades (from the Studio of Robert Polhill Bevan, Christie's South Kensington, 3 December 2003, lot 568. This example included the portfolio with the lithograph Huntsman and Hounds on the cover).