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246pp. B/w plates from the second edition. Facsimile reprint of the 1653 first edition. Language: eng G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Minor marking and rubbing to cover. Ink inscription and date (1908) to fep. Occasional light foxing. Extinct worming to final pages. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : The Compleat [Complete] Angler or the ...
Éditeur : John Major
Date d'édition : 1907
Reliure : Brown hardback leather cover
Edition : Facsimile reprint.
Description du livre The Heritage Club, 1938. Hardcover. Illustrated by Robert Ball (illustrateur). Very good. Good slipcase, edges faded, a small edge chip. Oversized. ; Drawings.; 241 pages. N° de réf. du libraire 12862
Description du livre London: Bell and Daldy. Elzivir series. 1st Thus. 1864. Small 8vo, 17x11cms. Pp.,xvi,304,(ii)=publishers adverts. With title page, facsimile title page and steel engraved frontis, "Landing the Trout". Publishers red cloth on bevelled boards, gilt to spine. Front cover ruled in gilt at borders, with publisher's emblem in gilt, and rear cover ruled in blind. Brown end papers. Top edge gilt, others uncut, and unopened along some fore-edges. Small binder's label on rear paste-down;- "Bound by Bone and Son, 76 Fleet Street, London". Pages clean and unmarked. Spine darkened with gilt faded, and head and tail of spine chipped, with small loss. Covers sound, with the text block a touch slack, with inner front hinge starting and internal strains, reinforced at gutters with archive tape.A nice book in Good condition. . . .**. Shop Est. 1970. PBFA member. N° de réf. du libraire 5451
Description du livre The Heritage Press 1948, New York, 1948. Half Morocco. État : Fine. Gorsline, Douglas W. (illustrateur). 4to. xlii., 316 pp., bound in a very attractive recent half dark green morocco, with marbled boards, and top edge burnished green. Gilt lettering to the spine, and extra gilt to the compartments, with small fishing devices to the centre of the compartments. N° de réf. du libraire 38212
Description du livre Printed by R. Watts for Samuel Bagster in the Strand, 1815. Roy. 8vo., Second Edition thus, Large Paper, with engraved portrait frontispiece, engraved and printed titles (the former a facsimile of the first edition title), 12 engraved plates (including one of tackle and 2 musical scores) and 35 woodcut illustrations, facsimiles and maps in the text, some light and generally inoffensive age-staining; handsomely bound in later nineteenth-century dark green full calf, sides with double frame border enclosing lozenges tooled with fish, crewels and angling scenes all in gilt, back with four flat bands framed in gilt, second compartment with red leather label ruled and lettered in gilt, other four compartments tooled in gilt with fish, crewel, angling scene, fish in descending order, all edges gilt, marbled edges, gilt doublures, very neatly rebacked to style, a most attractive copy ideal as a gift or for presentation. A short tear in K2 professionally repaired. The 'present editor' is Henry Ellis of the British Museum. The text is collated with that of 1676 (the last published during Walton's life) together with several corrections and the most complete Index to date. The engravings of fish are a new series; the facsimile signatures appear here for the first time, the plates are mostly by Audinet after Wale. A lovely, albeit slightly aged, copy in unusual themed binding. LARGE PAPER COPIES ARE SCARCE. Coigney 21; Oliver 19; Slater p. 28; Westwood & Satchell pp.224-25. N° de réf. du libraire 21807
Description du livre London Printed by T. Maxey , for Rich Marriot PUBL, Printed on Laid Paper, 1653. Hardcover. État : Good. No Jacket. HARDBACK, NODustJacket ISSUED, 1st UK edition was 1653, This POSSIBLE 1st early edition , Known as the Griggs facsimile edition, published in 1882 by William Griggs, London. Griggs was photo-lithographer to the Queen. It is a photographic reproduction of a first edition, but many pages required additional touch-up work to make it presentable. , GOOD-/GOOD, AS-IS, NO JACKET, 1653 ON TITLE PAGE, Light rub, wear Fade Plain brown Calf LEATHER BINDING, pg. 114 reading VVhen not VVien) , 246 pgs. NOJACKET, Small cover creases, 3 3/4 X 6 in. Tiny tears spine cvr Edges, Fade Gold Gilt Spine cvr & wear to spine ends, PAGE 217 Anglers Song Bassus Printed upside down, 246 pgs, 13 chapters,a printing or binding error which has led to few sections of pgs need be reglued back into book they are separated OR not being bound in ORIGINALLY ?, The title is engraved within ornaments, while the subtitle and imprint are printed using type. Maybe a Fascimile of the 1653 edition done in 1880?s OR 1928 ?, Small 8vo , he bass part of the Angler s Song is printed upside down by design. Page 44 has Alehouse on Line 19. Page 114 , line 10 reads VVhen instead of VVien. N° de réf. du libraire 26286
Description du livre William Pickering, London, 1836. Reprint. 280mm x 190mm (11" x 7"). ccxiv, 436pp + index. 61 b/w engravings. With Original Memoirs and Notes by Sir Harris Nicolas. Most plates have 'bled' onto opposite page. Fishing book de-luxe suitable as a gift. G: in Good condition. Spines sunned. Covers rubbed with chipped edging. Two rear boards detached. Light marking and scuffing. Some foxing. Aeg Maroon tooled hardback leather cover. N° de réf. du libraire wal836
Description du livre London Printed for R. Marriot and are to be sold by Charles Harper at his shop, 1668. Hardcover. État : Very Good. 4th Edition. FOURTH EDITION 1668, much corrected and enlarged. Small 8vo, approximately 150 x 90 mm, 5¾ x 3½ inches, FACSIMILE TITLE PAGE, 10 small copperplate engravings of fish in the text, attributed to Pierre Lombart, 2 pages of the words and music to "The Anglers Song" set by Henry Lawes, the second page printed upside down as should be, pages: , 255, , collation A-S8, signature E3 is signed B3, rebound in fullbrown morocco, extra gilt spine, gilt lettered crimson label, blind decoration to covers, new endpapers. Small hole repaired on first page (A2), following 2 pages have small chips to outer margins, 1 page has a closed tear that runs into the text neatly repaired, all text legible, pale age-browning and the occasional pale brown mark, a few margins dusty, otherwise a good copy. See: A New Chronicle of the Compleat Angler by Peter Oliver, page 12-14; English Literature 1475-1700 by Carl H. Pforzheimer, Volume III, No. 1051; The Compleat Angler 1653-1967 by Bernard S. Horne, page 13 -15, No.5. This copy follows all the points he lists on page 13 & 15; The Library of the Late John Gerard Heckscher of New York City, 2013 & 2014. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. N° de réf. du libraire 19356
Description du livre London printed by J. Grismond. for Rich. Marriot, 1661. Hardcover. État : Very Good. 3rd Edition. THIRD EDITION MUCH ENLARGED 1661. Small 8vo, approximately 150 x 90 mm, 5¾ x 3½ inches, FACSIMILE TITLE PAGE, 10 small copperplate engravings of fish in the text, attributed to Pierre Lombart, 2 pages of the words and music to "The Anglers Song" set by Henry Lawes, the second page printed upside down to facilitate part singing, pages: , 255, , collation A-S8, bound in full brown modern morocco, double ruled gilt border to covers with decorative blind border inside, gilt rules and decoration between raised bands to spine, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. Pages very lightly-age browned, some margins slightly trimmed, just shaving running title a couple of times, occasional light brown mark in lower margins, small piece torn from 1 top corner with loss of page number (no doubt because wrongly numbered 78 instead of 87), final page of index browned in the margins. A very good clean copy (lacking original title page as noted). "A Short Discourse by way of Post-script, touching the Lawes of Angling" printed in black letter begins the final unpaginated section on S1r, followed by the Contents Table and the Index. Except for a few changes the third edition is identical with the second edition. The commendatory verses by Alexander Brome are omitted, and the chapter on the "Lawes of Angling" is for the first time included. The publisher Marriott transferred some copies of the sheets of the third edition to Simon Gape who provided them with a new title page with his name and dated 1664, but of course otherwise identical to the edition of 1661. Copies of these are scarce and are usually known as the 1664 third edition. As we are lacking the title page we cannot say whether ours is the 1661 third or the Gape third, at all events ours was certainly printed in 1661. See: A New Chronicle of the Compleat Angler by Peter Oliver, page 12; English Literature 1475-1700 by Carl H. Pforzheimer, Volume III, No. 1050; The Compleat Angler 1653-1967 by Bernard S. Horne, page 8, No.3; The Library of the late John Gerard Heckscher of New York, 2011. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. N° de réf. du libraire 19355