Millais (John Guille) The Wildfowler in Scotland, lge. 4to, half-vellum, illus., 1901; Crawhall (Joseph) and Grayling (David A.H. Editor) Grouse Shooting Made Quite Easy, 4to, cloth, illus., new edition 1998; Chapman (Abel) First Lessons in the Art of Wildfowling, 8vo, cloth, illus. with fold-out frontispiece and other plates, by the Author and Charles Whymper, 1896; Leffingwell (William Bruce) Shooting on Upland, Marsh, and Stream, 8vo, cloth, illus., Chicago and New York 1890; and Clement (Lewis) and Grayling (David A.H. Editor) Public Shooting Quarters: Wildfowling in 1881, 8vo, cloth, illus., new edition, Penrith 1995, limited edition of 300 copies only. (5)
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Auction: The Fine Books Auction, 29th Nov, 2022
An Auction of fine Antiquarian and Modern Collectable Books featuring the Jim Hedley Collection of North East England & The Scottish Borders’ Local History part three; an important selection of books by Northumbrian naturalist, sportsman and conservationist Abel Chapman including his own personal, and other signed presentation copies of his best-known titles, as well as personal photographs and ephemera; a single-owner collection of Mountaineering and Travel books; a collection of signed-edition Dennis Wheatley novels; Equestrian and other Sports; Natural History; Atlases & Maps; Biography; Fiction and other rarities.
Fri 25/11/22 10am-4.30pm
Sat 26/11/22 10am-12.30pm
Mon 28/11/22 10am-2pm
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