Cover by Richard Rossiter. Fine. Book 9836 shelf. Unread trade paperback, photo dark green covers w/ deep flaps. No names, clean text. With b/w photos. Foreword: Errol Flynn, new preface by author's nephew Jerry Hill. Giftworthy!
Good in fair dust jacket. UK hardback first impression. The book has a handful of spots to page edges and very light tape ghosts to endpapers from jacket 'protector'. The jacket has some surace abrasions from tape and internal strengthening to inside at top of spine. Robert Hale 1955. Language: eng Language: eng.
G-(Ex-art library with spine label, bookplate, and few interior marks; has average edge wear to binding; interior is clean. ) Forest green boards, 228 pp., BW illus. A book by the "World's Greatest Archer" and "Wild Animal Photographer" Howard Hill (1899-1975). With an introduction by Errol Flynn, who knew Hill as the stunt archer who made a tremendous split-arrow shot in the movie "The Adventures of Robin Hood." Here Hill recounts some of his hunting adventures, at sites from around the world.
Near Fine in VG+ jacket. 228 pp, ill. The noted archer tries his hand at African big and dangerous game. Archers still consider Hill the greatest archer that ever lived. Reading his exploits certainly seems to make people continue to agree. A nice copy in nice dj but with circular raised blindstamp from a library and 5 ink-stamped numbers.
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