London, South Kensington
8 October 1999
SALTER, Robert. The Modern Angler in a series of letters, Oswestry: for the author by W. Edwards, sold also by M. Jones, and Wilkie & Robinson, 1811. 12, engraved frontispiece (occasional thumb-soiling), mid 19th-century half calf and comb-marbled boards (extremities rubbed), red speckled edges. Provenance: J. W. Rimmington Wilson (ownership inscription on front free endpaper). Second edition. W. & S. p. 186.
LASCELLES, Robert. Angling being the first part of a series of familiar letters on sporting, London: J. Cornes [and others], . 8, engraved frontispiece by H. R. Cook after H. B. Chalon, publisher's advertising slip tipped-in at front (frontispiece browned at margins, offsetting to B1), late 19th-century morocco-backed marbled boards, original printed wrappers bound in (front wrapper repaired at margins), t.e.g. Provenance: Richard Hawksworth (contemporary inscription on wrapper). First of three parts without any collective title. W. & S. p. 130; Petit 1362. (2)
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