London, South Kensington
1 September 2008
Shooting by Moor, Field and Shore. A practical guide to modern methods (Lonsdale Library series). London: Seeley, Service & Co., 1929. 8°, etched frontispiece by Miss Winifred Austen, signed by her, numerous plates and illustrations (one plate with small clean tear), contemporary blue morocco gilt, top edges gilt, others uncut (spine sunfaded). NUMBER 124 OF 375 COPIES, signed by Eric Parker and Winifred Austen.
With two other works in the Lonsdale Library series: Sir Charles Frederick's Fox-Hunting (London, 1930) and Geoffrey Brooke's The Way of a Man with a Horse (London, 1929), both limited editions uniformly-bound with the above, signed by the author and the illustrator, Lionel Edwards. (3)
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