London, South Kensington
1 September 2008
The British Sportsman. London: Edward Orme, 1812. Oblong 4° (236 x 327mm), additional etched title and 71 plates by and after Howitt (some spotting throughout, mostly marginal, strong at beginning and end, light marginal browning), contemporary boards, paper lettering-piece (rubbed, a few stains on front cover, corners bumped).
Second edition of "another interesting series of sporting etchings covering the whole range of British field sports". Schwerdt I, p. 252 and IV, p. 48.
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