Near Fine. Near Fine hardcover bound in red leather. Gilt embossed lettering and design to both spine and panels. Four raised bands to spine; gilt to all page-ends. Reading ribbon bound in. Pages, text, and b&w images are clean and bright. An attractive copy. 415 pp.
Very Good. Hardcover in full-leather boards. Special edition printed for the Firearms Classics Library in 2005, small nick to fore edge, otherwise in excellent shape and appear unused. The pages are clean and unmarked, the binding tight. *a.
Near Fine. Hardcover in full-leather boards. Special edition printed for the Firearms Classics Library in 2005 of a book first published in 1929. Tan leather boards with four raised bands and gilt decoration on front and spine. Title in gilt on spine. All edges gilt--gilt is in undisturbed condition. As New reading ribbon sewn in. Moire endpaper. Former owner has written date of receipt of book in light ink on title page--else Fine condition throughout. This classic covers shotguns and shooting techniques. History, ammunition, handloading and the principles and terms of wingshooting are explained. Illustrated. 12mo. 415 pp.
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