Good. Maroon cloth. No jacket. 279 pp., plus index. Black and white photos throughout. Originally published as a limited edition by the Derrydale Press, under the title Game in the Desert. A discussion of hunting tactics and game of the Southwest United States, including mule deer, the desert bighorn, the pronghorn antelope, mountain lion, coyote and various game birds. GOOD condition. General fading, minor scuffing and edgewear, with very light soiling. Sporadic dampstaining affecting the lower 2 inches of the pages throughout, most noticeable on the illustration pages. Page edges foxed.
Good in Fair jacket. First printing of first edition. Good in a Fair dust jacket. Maroon boards with a bit of edge-wear. Mild foxing to fore-edge of textblock, very slight lean to spine. Hinges are sound, contents in good shape. No ownership marks. DJ is heavily chipped and has several short tears. Rubbed flap folds are fragile. Jacket is not price-clipped, but has been re-priced with red grease pencil beneath original published price. 297 pages, followed by the Index.
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