London, South Kensington
1 September 2008
The Experienced Huntsman. Dublin: L. Flin, 1780. 8° (preliminaries slightly browned at page edges, ink stain at margin of C4v and C5r, F1v and F2r), contemporary green morocco, red morocco spine label (somewhat soiled, large chip in upper cover, joints rubbed, corners bumped). Provenance: "The gift of the Earl of Antrim to James Tretherston at Glenarm in the year 1783" (inscription on front blank) -- H. Blythe (pencil inscription at rear dated 1.7.0) -- [B. Quaritch (collation note at rear)].
Second edition. ESTC records six copies, two in Ireland, two in the British Isles and two in the U.S.A.
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