Agoura, California. Trophy Room Books. 1997. 8vo. (11 x 8). 230 pp. Limited Edition. Number 966 of 1000 copies. Signed by the author's grandson, Philip Percival. Black and white period photos. Like William Munny in the movie Unforgiven, the author 'shot everything that walked or crawled at one time or another. ' Bound in red cloth with gilt titles. Pictorial dust jacket. A nice book. Fine in a fine dust jacket.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Author's Grandson 230 pp. ill. Percival was Chief Asst to Theodore Roosevelt, Chief to George Estman and the man immortalized by Hemingway in Green Hills. He guided Hemingway on both of his African safaris and was described by Papa as "the finest man I ever knew in any war or any peace." Percival hunted with legends like Harold Hill and was for awhile a partner of Bror Blixen. He also guided Martin & Osa Johnson and was President of the East African Prof. Hunters Assn for an amazing 25 years. A wonderful book about an exceptional hunter. Safari Magazine said: If I were buying just one book on the memoirs from the golden age of safari hunting, this would be it. Near fine in like dj.
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