FROM LITTER TO LATER ON; A PUPPY

FROM LITTER TO LATER ON; A PUPPY "PROGRESS" BOOK. By Michael Lyne.

LEOPARD IN THE AFTERNOON: AN AFRICAN TENTING SAFARI. By Christopher  Ondaatje.

LEOPARD IN THE AFTERNOON: AN AFRICAN TENTING SAFARI. By Christopher Ondaatje.

BRONCHO. By Richard Ball. Illustrated by G.D. Armour.

1926 1st edition. 4to (192 x 262mm). Pp137. B/w illustrations by G.D. Armour, rough-cut edges, top edge gilt, marbled card end-papers. Quarter bound in brown leather over red buckram, upper board and spine titled in gilt. Edition de Luxe, limited to 200 numbered copies, signed by author and artist.

This is the novel of a hunter called up for service in the cavalry in the first world war. Fiction, but based on real War, all of whom suffered and few of whom survived. Amongst the survivors is the real Broncho, whose name has - in all humility - been given to the 'hero' of this fictitious tale, since it is to him that it owes its
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Author Ball (Richard) and Armour (G.D.).
Book Code 40128
ISBN B01DZS7IN0.
Book Description Slight browning else very good. Number 17 of an edition limited to 200 copies.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1926
Publisher Country Life.
Place London.