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The Art of Deer-Stalking. London: John Murray, 1839. Large 8°, additional tinted lithographed title and 12 plates, one after Landseer (occasional light browning, more severe in the frontispiece and title), original green pictorial cloth gilt, uncut (a little rubbed, head and foot of spine chipped). Second edition. Schwerdt II. p. 155.
GRIMBLE, Augustus. The Deer Forests of Scotland. London: Kegan Paul [and others], 1896. 4°, 8 photogravure plates after Archibald Thorburn, original boards with printed label on spine, uncut (rather rubbed and soiled). ONE OF 500 COPIES. Schwerdt I, p.220.
With: A.I. McConnochie's The Deer and Deer Forests of Scotland, 1923; J. Sobieski and C.E. Stuart's Lays of the Deer Forest, 1848, 2 vols; C.P. Collyns's Notes on the Chase of the Wild Red Deer in the Counties of Devon and Somerset, 1862; and four others. (10)
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