The Arab: The Horse of the Future [leather]

Boucaut, T.P.

Edité par Gay and Bird, 1905
Ancien(s) ou d'occasion Etat : Fair Hardcover
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Boucaut, James Penn. The Arab: The Horse of the Future. London: Gay and Bird 1905. xx + 8 photos and other ills. Fair hardcover: full tooled leather. Front cover will detach; small piece missing from top of spine; large rubber-stamp bookplate; small corner torn from front endpaper. Else internally very good. ** On the deterioration of English and Australian horses, and how to improve them. "In all the best qualities of the horse-- soundness, stamina, endurance, and docility--we cannot do better than revert to the pure Arab, which continues unspoiled by artificial treatment." Priced as is. If you wish, we can have the front cover rehinged, at cost. (Wells 974). N° de réf. du libraire 13636

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Titre : The Arab: The Horse of the Future [leather]

Éditeur : Gay and Bird

Date d'édition : 1905

Reliure : Hardcover

Etat du livre :Fair

Edition : 1st Edition

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