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Good. London / New York: Eyre & Spottiswoode / Charles Scribners Sons, 1931. Limited numbered edition-hand-numbered 481 of 976 copies first printing. Hardcover. 259 pp. Originally part of a two-volume slipcased set (with "Jorrocks, Jaunts and Jollities"). No jacket, as issued. Unmarked, not ex-library. Very good binding and boards. Spine is faded and lightly spotted. Pastedown title is still (barely) legible on spine. Light edge wear and soil. Internals are excellent (frontis plus six ...
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Very Good. New York: Oxford University Press, 1990. First edition. Hardcover. 308 pp. Very good, in very good dust jacket. Dent with slight surface break at bottom edge of front board. Spine of jacket is slightly faded. Inscribed and signed (first name) by author on ffep. Includes laid in newsletter from Harvard's Houghton Library with a feature article on the book. Wendorf was librarian of the Houghton at the time.
Publisher: Boni and Liveright, inc
Date published: 1918
Description: Good. New York: Boni and Liveright, no date. Binding style 2, indicating printing between 1919 and 1924 or 1925. Limp cloth. Good condition, lacking dust jacket. Slight forward lean. Previous owner name on half-title page. No other markings. The very first Modern Library title, in reasonably good condition. read more
Description: Very Good. Leuven, Belgium: Peeters Publishing, 1993. No statement of later printing. Hardcover. 206 pp. Near fine, in very good dust jacket. Bumped at heel of spine. Mild rubbing to jacket. No markings-a clean, bright and tight copy. Not ex-library. read more
Publisher: Valentine Mitchell, London
Date published: 1966
Description: Very Good. London: Vallentine, Mitchell, 1967. Second edition (revised). Hardcover. 64 pp. Very good, in good unclipped dust jacket. Bumped at corners. Jacket moderately rubbed, with light wear at extremities. No ownership or other markings, not ex-library. read more
Description: Very Good. London: Historical Publications, 1994. First edition. Hardcover. 144 pp. Near fine, in near fine unclipped dust jacket. An about new copy with almost no wear. No markings. read more
Description: Very Good. London: Historical Publications, 1997. First edition. Hardcover. 144 pp. Near fine, in near fine unclipped dust jacket. An about new copy with almost no wear. No markings. Extraordinarily scarce. read more
Publisher: Republished by The Arabian Horse Club of America
Date published: 1949
Description: Good. Chicago: The Arabian Horse Club of America, n.d. Reprint edition. Hardcover. 276 pp. Very good, albeit with previous owner name on front pastedown. Decorated boards are very clean and bright, with vibrant color on the front illustration. Light bumping at corners and mild wear at edges. No dust jacket, as issued. Includes introduction by Albert Morris, President of The Arabian Horse Club of America, referencing Davenport's friendly relationship with Teddy Roosevelt. read more
Description: Very Good. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1975. First printing (stated). Hardcover. Not paginated. Illustrated by Tasha Tudor. Very good. No dust jacket, as issued. Light wear at corners and edges. Very small rubbed area on ffep, where pencil mark was erased. No other markings, not ex-library. read more