AS THE FALCON HER BELLS. By Phillip Glasier.

AS THE FALCON HER BELLS. By Phillip Glasier.

THE ORNITHOLOGY OF SHAKESPEARE. CRITICALLY EXAMINED, EXPLAINED AND  ILLUSTRATED. By James Edmund Harting.

THE ORNITHOLOGY OF SHAKESPEARE. CRITICALLY EXAMINED, EXPLAINED AND ILLUSTRATED. By James Edmund Harting.

AS THE FALCON HER BELLS. By Phillip Glasier.

(1963) 1977 2nd edition. Hardback issue. 8vo (145 x 222mm). Pp223. B/w photographs, errata slip tipped in, pictorial end-papers. Pale blue boards, spine titled in gilt.

A falconry classic by J.P-J's father, the founder of the National Birds of Prey Centre at Newent. Chapters include:- As the falcon her bells; Introduction to 'Unk'; It looks so easy; Mixed bag; Park point; Mr Ramshaw; The blasted 'Eath; A snake in Matron's bathroom; Business and pleasure; Spain; War; My own boss; Pru and Joanna; Wild eagles; Do it yourself; Falcons and film stars; Migration north; Peregrinations; The Hill; Mrs Murdoch; The taming of the shrew; '...so man hath his desires.'
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Book Code
6019
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Author Glasier (Phillip).
Book Code 6019
ISBN 0727403559 / 0727403559
Book Description Previous owner's blind-stamp on end-paper. Good-plus in clipped dust-wrapper.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1977
Publisher White Lion Publishers.
Place London.