THE RABBIT. By James Edmund Harting, with a chapter on Cookery by Alexander Innes Shand. Fur, Feather and Fin Series.
FALCONRY IN THE BRITISH ISLES. By Francis Henry Salvin and William Brodrick.
(1855) 1997 new edition. 4to (194 x 259mm). Ppviii,xxiv,147. 28 full colour plates, glossary. Burgundy cloth, called a Classic, a work of outstanding merit, Falconry in the British Isles may justifiably lay claim to this description. The 24 beautifulillustrations are based on painting by Brodrick and display in great detail Peregrines, Iceland Falcons, Greenland Falcons, Saker, Lanner, Barbary Falcon, Goshawk, and Sparrow Hawk, also distinguishing sex and age for some of the species. The Colour Plates of implements are quite useful as a guide to what is required".
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|Author||Salvin (Francis Henry) and Brodrick (William).|
|ISBN||185736094X / 97818573609423. (PREVIOUS PRICE GBP 30.00).|
|Book Description||Fine in creased dust-wrapper.|
|Publisher||Beech Publishing House.|
|Place||Midhurst, West Sussex.|