Very Good. Bright and complete with dustjacket and sound square binding. Previous owner's name but no apparent interior markings. The dustjacket is worn at the edges and repaired with tape at the spine.
Large 8vo. glossy medium gray DJ spine and jacket panels, with dark green uppercase title between black author and publisher icon. illustrated with gun images between centered dark green title and full black author. moderate wear, limited sterss points and glossy panels rubbed. HB is dark red with stamped silver titling between slightly worn head of spine and board corners. some dry adhesive stains visible along front and rear inner hinge/gutter area. more than 150 photographs accompany the text in b/w. 266 pp. ISBN # 0876912722. Rockville.
Very Good. 0876912722 Zutz, Don. The Double Shotgun: The History and Development of teh World's Most Classic Sporting Firearms. Tulsa, Oklahoma: Winchester Press, 1978. 266pp. Indexed. Illustrated. 4to. Red cloth. Book condition: Very good with lightly rubbed corners and a gentle bump to head of spine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good with gently rubbed, bumped, chipped and creased edges and flaps yellow.
Very Good Condition in Good jacket. Size: 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Text unmarked. Small closed tear at top front edge of jacket. Black & white photographs. Boards and jacket lightly bumped and shelf worn on corners, edges and spine ends. Quantity Available: 1. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 152095.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Hardcover in dust jacket. Later printing of first edition. Book and unclipped dust jacket are crisp and clean, with tight binding, sharp corners, and couple of tiny spots on top edge. Jacket has wear along all edges. Former owner's name inked onto front free endpage. Illustrated throughout. Large 8vo. 266 pp. including index. In protective Mylar.
Very Good in Fair dust jacket. 0876912722. Viii, 266 pages, well illustrated, cloth, dust jacket frayed, otherwise very good. 8 by 11 inches. From the DJ: "Beginning with a discussion of the theoretical bases of wingshooting, Don Zutz explains the subtle wingshooting advantages of double shot guns showing both how and why they work as they do...More than 150 photographs accompany the text, showing not only aspects of wingshooting, but the beauty and craftsmanship of the great guns themselves. Here is a book that everyone who loves fine doubles will read and cherish and keep as a reference book as enjoyable as it is useful."
Very Good in Very Good- jacket. xv, 266 pp, with b/w illustrations from photographs, index. SLightly bumped and rubbed corners and spine edges; else clean and sound. Dust jacket has some chipping and short tears. From the Preface: This volume "is dedicated to the truly outstanding gunmakers, past and present, whose overall excellence spans considerable time and is known worldwide."
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