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Beautifully illustrated by Remington, Roosevelt's celebration of the Old West recounts his adventures in the Dakota Badlands of the 1880s, from ...Show synopsisBeautifully illustrated by Remington, Roosevelt's celebration of the Old West recounts his adventures in the Dakota Badlands of the 1880s, from roundups to Indian encounters to hunting bighorn sheep.Hide synopsis
Description:Frederic Remington. Near Fine. 8vo-over 7¾"-10" Tall. A near...Frederic Remington. Near Fine. 8vo-over 7¾"-10" Tall. A near fine copy with no markings or noticeable wear. Looks close to new. A modern facsimile of the original 1888 edition.
Description:Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Fine (As New) leather hardback....Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Fine (As New) leather hardback. No dj, as issued. First edition thus, with no previous printings listed. 186 p. : ill.; 22 cm. Includes Illustrations. Fine (As New) leather hardback. No dj, as issued. First edition thus, no previous printings listed. 186 pages. B&w illustrations. Full leather binding, gilt lettering and edges, embossed decorative front cover, ribbon bookmark. Part of the CLASSICS OF THE OLD WEST series. Facsimile reprinting of the 1888 edition.
Description:Near Fine++ (library binding). No dust jacket. Fine (like new)...Near Fine++ (library binding). No dust jacket. Fine (like new) leatherette bound handback. Presumed first thus, with no previous printings listed. Reinforced Library Binding. 186 p. : ill.; 22 cm. Includes Illustrations. Library edition. Near Fine++ leatherette (library binding) bound hardback. Presumed first edition thus, with no previous printings listed. "Reinforced Library Binding". 186 pages. Illustrated with b&w engravings. Reprinted front 1888 edition.
Description:Remington, Frederic. Fine. Book. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Special...Remington, Frederic. Fine. Book. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Special Edition from an original edition; Published 1999 by Palladium Press; 186 Pages; Textblock is crisp and tight with bright unmarked pages; Full-illustrations in black and white; Marbled endleaves (designed by Richard J. Wolfe); Edges are gilded; Full brown premium bonded imported leather. Spine is brass-die stamped in 22-karat gold and has cover stampings and design of the edition by Selma Ordewer. GIFT QUALITY. This is part of the Theodore Roosevelt Classics Library and covers his hunting in the great grazing lands of the West, which stretches from British America on the north to Mexico on the south, through the middle of the United States. Would make a superb addition to any library.
Description:Frederic Remington. Fair. No dust jacket. Covers soiled and...Frederic Remington. Fair. No dust jacket. Covers soiled and bumped. Some inside pages loose. A good reading copy that looks its age. 186 p. Early ranch life: the round-up, frountier types, the sheriff's work on a ranch. Hunting Elk, Sheep, Goats.
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Description:Good. Book 1st British edition, published the same year as the...Good. Book 1st British edition, published the same year as the American edition. Gray-blue quarto cloth with pictorial & decorative gilt. 186pp. Illustrated by Frederic Remington. One of the highly sought rarities of Western Americana, an all-time high spot of Western illustration. This copy rebacked. Top 1/4" & bottom 3/8" of original backstrip trimmed. Front & back covers are stained. There are a half dozen or so short tears to the margins, & occasional edge & interior smudges. New endpapers. Small ink fos on blank preliminary leaf. A good, collectable copy in spite of the cosmetic issues, & priced accordingly. Lots of strong gilding to the front cover. Dykes HS p69, Howes R432, Reese 93, Herd 1951, Dykes 50 p319, Rader 2830.
Description:b&w illus. Good/ No Dj. 186, Tall light brown cloth spine with...b&w illus. Good/ No Dj. 186, Tall light brown cloth spine with light brown title. Darker brown decorative illustration on spine. First Edition, 2nd Issue. Wear to front hinge. Writing and stains on fep. Small stain on bottom of page edges. Pages are very bright in color. Slight wear to binding. Discoloration to exterior of boards/fading of color. Cloth fraying a bit at spine and corners.
Description:Fine. Frontispiece portrait and 3 additional illustrations, all...Fine. Frontispiece portrait and 3 additional illustrations, all with lettered tissue guards. Rubricated title page, 8vo, handsomely rebound in 3/4 black morocco and marbled boards with a decoratively gilt spine, t.e.g. New York: Scribner, 1914. A fine copy.
Description:Good. First edition, the Century Company, 1888. Binding good,...Good. First edition, the Century Company, 1888. Binding good, but is starting to weaken at top. Pages clean. Beautiful illustrations by Frederick Remington. Gilt edging. Cloth cover has some light sunfading. Photos available. This book is from a public library reference room-never circulated. Has number written in white pen on spine, other typical library markings.
This was a wonderful read. Roosevelt writes in detail about his experiences and observations. He has keen observations about everything connected with cowboys and that era. I had to use a magnifying glass with the Time-Life edition but it was well worth the effort! You can tell that Theo R. was ...
I have always admired Teddy Roosevelt and this latest book here of mine is another reason I so admire this man. A "mans man", a through and through American patriot who lived and represented America's best ideals. It is clear through this book how the Western Ranch life he experienced here as contained ...
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