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DU FOUILLOUX, JACQUES. La Venerie [-Le Miroir de fauconnerie]. Rouen: Chez Clement Malassis, 1650. Woodcut title-vignette and numerous woodcut illustrations in text. 2 parts in one, small 4to, 18th-century mottled calf, spine gilt, upper cover gilt-lettered with owner's name; 2 engraved plates of a stag and doe (18th-century) inserted before title, occasional minor spotting or browning. With an 8pp. work entitled Mémoire sur l'utilité & la maniere de détruire les Loups dans le Royaume, (Caen, n.d. [18th-century]) bound-in at end.
Seran de la Tour, gilt-lettered name on upper cover, signature on front free endpaper verso (dated 1749), and his(?) ink notations on front flyleaf.
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