Clinton, New Jersey. Amwell Press. 1985 . Third printing. 8vo. (8 x 6). 247 pp. plus colophon. Black and white plates. Lots of good tracking and smacking herein. Did you know that Jack O'Connor hated fishing? Yep, he confessed as much in Horse and Buggy West. The book is bound in brown cloth with gilt titles and decorations. Brown cloth slip case with a photo plate of Mr. O. on the side panel. A nice book. Fine in a fine slip case.
Clinton, New Jersey. Amwell Press. 1984. First Trade printing. 8vo. (8 x 6). 247 pp. plus colophon. Introduction by Jim Rikhoff. Black and white plates. Lots of good tracking and smacking herein. Did you know that Jack O'Connor hated fishing? Yes, fishing in all its forms. He confessed as much in Horse and Buggy West. The book is bound in brown cloth with gilt titles and decorations. Brown cloth slip case with a photo plate of Mr. O. on the side panel. A nice book. Fine in a fine slip case.
Very Good in Very Good Slipcase. Octavo, about 9.25 inches (23.5 cm) tall, in brown cloth housed in a brown paper covered slipcase. A memoir of the most revered hunting and firearms writer of the mid-20th century. A lovely copy with light extremity wear. Clean and bright inside. Binding sound. The slipcase has light edgewear.
New. Signed by Author(s). Amwell Press for the National Sporting Fraternity Limited. 1981. 1st ed limited to 1000 SIGNED, numbered and slipcased copies. This was indeed Jack's final book. He pulled no punches while writing it. SIGNED BYBradford O'Connor--Jack died before ever seeing it and the entire edition is signed by Brad--and Jim Rikhoff. This was and over run copy in case a numbered one go damaged in shipping or the like. This copy was never used and so is not numbered. Mint in mint slipcase.
Very good. Third printing, 1985. Hardcover in slipcase. No jacket, I believe as issued. Brown cloth with gold spine lettering and gold portrait on front board. Text unmarked. Binding very tight. Slipcase flawless. Very nice.
First edition, 1/1000 copies signed by Bradford O'Connor, the author's son, and the editor. 8vo. xv, (3), 247 pp. Illustrated from photographs, plates, frontispiece portrait of the author. Posthumously published work by the preeminent American gun editor and writer of the 20th century. Fine. Gilt-stamped decorated brown leatherette, slipcase. (#6854)
The last book : confessions of a gun editor
by Jack O'Connor, Jim Rikhoff
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