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Prairie Wings


Inventory ID: 000146


Prairie Wings - Queeny


Unit Price £75.00

Description:


London, United Kingdom, 1947, Very Good

 

£75.00

Bush Boys


Inventory ID: 000116


Bush Boys or The History and Adventures of a Cape Farmer in the Wild Karoos of Southern Africa - Reid


Unit Price £40.00

Description:


London, United Kingdom, 1896


Good No Jacket, Hardcover

 

£40.00

High Birds & Low


Inventory ID: 000134


High Birds & Low - Coombe Richards


Unit Price £20.00

Description:


Herbert Jenkins, London, United Kingdom, 1950


Good Good, Hardcover 1st Edition


1950 1st edition. Herbert Jenkins. London., 1950. Pp216. B/w photographs, vignette drawings


by the author. Some foxing & use. Good only. No dust-wrapper. Tales of sport and natural


history. Rabbiting, pigeon shooting, grouse and partridge, and lots of wildfowling,


 

£20.00

Random Shots (50years of Shooting Times)  

Inventory ID: 000151


Random Shots (50years of Shooting Times) - Robertson


Unit Price  £25.00

Description:


London, United Kingdom, 1990


Very Good, Hardcover


A delightful collection of reports, observations, complaints, arguments, boasting and gossip


from the first 50 years of the 'Shooting Times', from 1882 to the 1930s. Vital information,


including - what is the best rifle to shoot down a Zeppelin, and how to avoid being eaten by a


lion when you've missed with your rifle, what the King has for lunch when out shooting, and


who holds the world bat shooting record!

 

£25.00

Momella: African Game Paradise


Inventory ID: 000054


Momella: African Game Paradise - Max von Rogister


Unit Price £20.00

Description:


London, United Kingdom, 1955


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


nd circa 1955, 1955. 1st Edn, 208 pages, illus from photographs, some hunting. Momella is an


enchanting and unusual farm situated high up on the Eastern slopes of Mount Meru in


Tanganyika, within sight of Kilimanjaro and in the heart of a strange and beautiful territory


teeming with wild game of all kinds- a veritable hunter's paradise. Margarete Trappe, the owner


and founder, emerges as a truly remarkable personality and was probably Africa's greatest


huntress.


 

£20.00

African Game Trails


Inventory ID: 000008


African Game Trails - Theodore Roosevelt


Unit Price £150.00

Description:


John Murray, London, United Kingdom, 1910


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


London: John Murray, 1910.. First UK Edition. Large 8vo; pp. xvii, 534, 8. Publisher's original


green cloth with titles in gilt and illustration in black to spine and upper; top edge gilt.


Generously illustrated. Binding a little rubbed. A lovely copy


 

£150.00

No More the Tusker


Inventory ID: 000086


No More the Tusker - G G Rushby


Unit Price £200.00

Description:


W H Allen, London, United Kingdom, 1965


Very Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


W H Allen, 1965. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Acceptable.


First Edition. A very scarce book with an even harder-to-find dust-jacket, even though the


dustjacket does have a couple of chunks missing on the spine and is showing signs of shelf


wear. Some of the pages have slight foxing or some slight staining but overall this is a lovely


book in good condition. The incredible adventures of George Rushby in the African bush as a


first class ivory poacher, hunter, gold prospect and Game Warden who took his time to learn


the behavior of elephants and selected his firearms very carefully to suit the occasion. A well


known figure among the old African hunters.


 

£200.00

Tiger


Inventory ID: 000033


Tiger - Sankhala


Unit Price £10.00


ISBN: 0002161249

Description:


Collins, London, United Kingdom, 1978


Good Good, Hardcover 1st Edition


Collins, GB, 1978. Hardback. Book Condition: nrFine. Dust Jacket Condition: VG+ DW. 1st


Edition.This is the story of the Indian Tiger by a man who has spent much of his life studying


and conserving the beautiful big cat.220 pages,lovely colour pictures.Book is tidy


 

£10.00

Tigerland


Inventory ID: 000034


Tigerland - Sankhala


Unit Price £10.00


ISBN: 0002118408

Description:


Collins, London, United Kingdom, 1975


Good Good, Hardcover 1st Edition


Collins, 1975. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good Plus. Dust Jacket Condition: Good.


Hardback.No page count 117 photos


 

£10.00

The Fly Fisher's Legacy


Inventory ID: 000145


The Fly Fisher's Legacy - George Scotcher


Unit Price £150.00


ISBN: 090410400X

Description:


Honey Dun Press, London, United Kingdom, 1974


Very Good, Hardcover


Honey Dun Press, London, 1974. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Limited. 8vo -


over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 8vo. 1974. 42pp.Tipped-in coloured frontis No. 249 of edition limited to


380 copies. Owner's bookplate to upper paste-down. Very good in very good marbled paper


covered boards. In very good marbled paper covered publisher's box. Very slight browning to


paper labels but overall a very nice copy.


 

£150.00

Days Of Deer Stalking


Inventory ID: 000077


Days Of Deer Stalking - Scrope


Unit Price £175.00

Description:


Edwin & Charles Landseer


John Murray, London, United Kingdom, 1847


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 3rd Edition


London; John Murray, 3rd edition ., 1847. 8vo, frontispiece, engraved half title-page, 12 plates


all tissue guarded, xix+ (i)+426pp + 16pp advertisements, publisher's green cloth, gilt, with


deer hound in gilt on upper board. Spine faded to light brown, inscription on front free endpaper,


some fraying and rubbing at extremities, plates a little foxed, generally a good+ copy.


 

£175.00

The Young Shot


Inventory ID: 000133


The Young Shot - Sedgwick


Unit Price £15.00

Description:


Adam & Charles Black, London, United Kingdom, 1958


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


Adam & Charles Black, London, 1958. Hard Back. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket


Condition: No Jacket. Reprinted. 12mo - over 5¾" - 8¾" Tall. Pale yellow boards no DJ. Good


condition book. Frontispiece: in black and white of Pigeon decoys and hide with twenty-five


illustrations from Photographs and six line drawings. 236 pages. There are many subjects re


hunting in this book e.g. Pigeon Decoys and hide; At a Shooting School; A Rookery; The


baited trap; Ferrets; Young wild duck; Grouse coming over and much much more.


 

£15.00

A Hunter's Wanderings in Africa


Inventory ID: 000001


A Hunter's Wanderings in Africa - F C Selous


Unit Price £350.00

Description:


Richard Bentley & Son, London, United Kingdom, 1881


Fair No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


1881, 1st Edition, in original boards with remains of spine laid on, lacking title page


(photocopied replacement in place) o/w complete with fold out map, dated November 1st 1881.


This is a reading copy or rebinding project of a 1st edition of the most important African Big


Game Hunting book ever written.


 

£350.00

A Hunter's Wanderings in Africa


Inventory ID: 000002


A Hunter's Wanderings in Africa - F C Selous


Unit Price £250.00

Description:


Richard Bentley & Son, London, United Kingdom, 1895


Very Good, Hardcover 4th Edition


Richard Bentley & Son, London, 1895. Fourth Edition. Hardback. A very good copy, Ex


Norfolk & Norwich Library, No folding map in this volume. Contains accounts of explorations


beyond the Zambesi, on the river Chobe, and in the Matabele and Mashuna countries, with full


notes upon the natural history and present distribution of all the large mammalia


 

£250.00

Travel & Adventure in South East Africa


Inventory ID: 000003


Travel & Adventure in South East Africa - F C Selous


Unit Price £200.00

Description:


Rowland Ward and Co, London, United Kingdom, 1893


Very Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


Rowland Ward, London, 1893. Half-Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 7" - 9"


tall. Selous' celebrated account of his travels. Leather contemporary Ex-Library rebinding;


Kent County library marks.


 

£200.00

Recent Hunting Trips in British North America


Inventory ID: 000004


Recent Hunting Trips in British North America - F C Selous


Unit Price £225.00

Description:


Witherby & Co, London, United Kingdom, 1907


Good No Jacket, Hardcover


Witherby & Co, London:, 1907. First edition. 8vo. 400 pp. Original gilt-stamped decorated


green cloth spine and rear board partly loose, t.e.g., others untrimmed. Endpapers foxed, but a


good solid copy Ex Cwmaman Library with usual stamps.


 

£225.00

Recent Hunting Trips in British North America


Inventory ID: 000005


Recent Hunting Trips in British North America - F C Selous


Unit Price £175.00

Description:


Witherby & Co, London, United Kingdom, 1907


Fair No Jacket, Hardcover


Witherby & Co, London:, 1907. First edition. 8vo. 400 pp. Original gilt-stamped decorated


green cloth spine and rear board partly loose, top of spine damaged, some loss., others


untrimmed. Endpapers foxed, but a good solid reading copy. Many pasted in newspaper


clippings of Selous' exploits including his death on Jan 4th 1917 fighting the Germans in East


Africa.


 

£175.00

Sunshine & Storm in Rhodesia


Inventory ID: 000027


Sunshine & Storm in Rhodesia - F C Selous


Unit Price £150.00

Description:


Rowland Ward & Co, London, United Kingdom, 1896


Very Good No Jacket, Hardcover 2nd Edition


Rowland Ward, London, 1896. Wigan Grammar School Leather Binding. Book Condition:


Very Good. First. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. With Map and Numerous Illustrations. Internally,


zebra skin looking endpapers, frontispiece with tissue guard, 290 pp + map + 10 pp of adverts.


Being a narrative of events in Matabeleland both before and during the recent native


insurrection up to the date of the disbandment of the Bulawayo Field Force.


 

£150.00

From Camera to Rifle


Inventory ID: 000040


From Camera to Rifle - Sleeman


Unit Price £15.00

Description:


Jarrolds , London, United Kingdom, 19


Good, Hardcover 1st Edition


Jarrolds nd, c1947. Presumed First Edition Hardback without Dust Wapper., Book condition


Good to Very Good., Some overall wear to boards. 200pp Including Index. With black/white


illustrations and an introduction by Major A. Radclyffe-Dugmore. The Author writes with


engaging modesty, and possesses a great ability to present his many notable big game hunting


adventures in a forthright, graphic manner.


 

£15.00

A Game Ranger's Notebook.


Inventory ID: 000125


A Game Ranger's Notebook. - Smiles


Unit Price £30.00

Description:


Blackie & Sons, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 1961


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


Blackie & Sons, Glasgow, 1961. Hardback.Some childs writing on inside of front & back


covers


 

£30.00

Land of the Black Buffalo


Inventory ID: 000143


Land of the Black Buffalo - Paul Smiles


Unit Price £100.00

Description:


Faber& Faber, London, United Kingdom, 1961


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


London, Faber& Faber, 1961., 1961. First Edition. Very good condition. A rare book. No d.w.


Africana. Hardback. No dj.


 

£100.00

Lays of the Deer Forest


Inventory ID: 000147


Lays of the Deer Forest - John Sobieski & Charles Edward Stuart


Unit Price £300.00


ISBN: 0904475336

Description:


Antony Atha Publishers, London, United Kingdom, 1985


Very Good, Hardcover


Antony Atha Publishers, Norfolk 1985. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition:


G+. Ian Oates (illustrator). First Edition Thus. 31x23cm. Early Victorian deer-stalking classic.


The original 1848 edition by the Stuart brothers - John Sobieski and Charles Edward - was in


two volumes. This contemporary edition is based on the second volume. Numbered 190 of a


limited edition of 350 it is signed by Lord Lovat, who wrote the introduction. There are 12 fullpage


colour illustrtations and numerous pencil sketches throughout - some full-page. Green


covers with gilt stags head and lining to front and three gilt stags heads and gilt-edged panels to


gilt lettering on spine. Gilt page top edges 176pp inc glossary. Only fault with book is a small


(1cm) shallow indentation on rear cover, matched on green slipcase, which shows very minor


signs of wear. A beautiful book.. Signed by Writer of Introduction. Numbered limited Edition.


Fine colour plates, pencil sketch plates and text illustrations by leading Scottish artist Ian Oates.


A very fine copy in the original card slip-case. Bound in high quality buckram, with gilt stag's


head on upper cover, and top edges gilt. Oblong folio. This copy is unique, having an original


pencil sketch by Ian Oates of a stag's head - on page 7. A delightful recent edition of this


important title, beautifully illustrated. The first edition was published in 1848 in two volumes.


 

£300.00

British Sports & Sportsmen (Big Game & Angling)


Inventory ID: 000081


British Sports & Sportsmen (Big Game & Angling) *SIGNED* - Sportsmen


Unit Price £750.00

Description:


150/1000 Ltd Edition


London, United Kingdom, 1914


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


Big Game Hunting and Angling. Signed by Ignazio Nicolas Dracopoli August 1914,


contributor of chapter 7 "The Sonoran Big Horn & Hunter's Hartebeeste" p73-79. It contains


593 pages, is indexed and has more than 80 full page photogravure plates, and also more than


250 illustrations in the text. This volume deals not only with the subject in England, but also


extensively with big game hunting in Germany, Portuguese East Africa, Central Africa,


Rhodesia, India, Ceylon, Java, Alaska, British Columbia and Sardinia and includes a chapter on


"Fur Trapping in North America". Contributors to this section include such authorities as F. C.


Selous, James Sutherland, J. Turner-Turner, C. Radcliffe, C. Phillips-Woolley, J. Stathan and


others. Contributions to the section on fishing include Turner-Turner, F. G. Aflalo, R. B.


Marston, Frederick Morgan, Cecil Braithwaite and others, on angling in England, salmon and


trout fishing in New Zealand, Sporting Fish, salt water fishing for tarpon and other big game


fish.


 

£750.00

St John's Highland Sports


Inventory ID: 000104


St John's Highland Sports - St John


Unit Price £75.00

Description:


John Murray, London, United Kingdom, 1849


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 3rd Edition


An excellent copy of the scarce second edition, nicely bound in 19th century half calf, gilt spine


titles. This classic was issued as volume XV111in the Colonial Library series, published by


John Murray.


 

£75.00

Adventures on the Great Rivers


Inventory ID: 000021


Adventures on the Great Rivers - Richard Stead


Unit Price £50.00

Description:


Seeley and Co. Limited, London, United Kingdom, 1907


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


Seeley & Co., London, 1907. Hardcover, VERY GOOD, 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Bound in


green cloth, with gilt-embossed illustrations on cover and spine. With sixteen offset


illustrations. Wonderful period pictorial gilt binding depicting a crocodile confronting a native


boy swimming and one in canoe with paddle,the spine displaying three natives in a canoe,cover


and spine bright and worthy of display. 340 pp.


 

£50.00

My Life with Eskimos


Inventory ID: 000048


My Life with Eskimos - Stefanson


Unit Price £35.00

Description:


Macmillan, London, United Kingdom, 1921


Good, Hardcover 2nd Edition


Macmillan 1921., 1921. Bound in original decorated dark blue cloth with gilt lettering. Royal


8vo, pp. ix, 538. Hinges cracked - former owner affixed tape to strengthen same, which has


yellowed with the passage of time. Some gatherings standing proud but binding still tight and


no loose pages. Name and address of former owner (twice) on blank front endpapers. He also


signed his name on the title page. Contents otherwise clean. All photo plates and maps present.


Board edges rubbed, and light scuffing to cloth. A good reading and reference copy. Illustrated


by maps, b&w photographs.


 

£35.00

Hunting Countries


Inventory ID: 000093


Hunting Countries - Stewart


Unit Price £150.00

Description:

Collins, London, United Kingdom, 1935


Very Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


Collins, London, England, 1935. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good-. Dust Jacket


Condition: Very Good-. First Edition. Major hunts in Britain and Ireland described. Copy in


very good condition. Pages bright and clean with only minor foxing on page edges. Previous


owners name on front free endpaper. Copy is red cloth with gilt picture of rider on horse etched


on cover. Dust jacket in very good condition and it is protected. ; B&W Illustrations; 26 cm; 93


pages. Illustrated by F. A. Stewart. Stewart is one of the leading painters of the hunting field;


and famous' hunts' are illustrated 85 pgs with a myriad of b/w illustrations and 12 full page


colour plates. A compilation work written by several famous foxhunters, M.F.H.'s and


authorites of the day which includes: The Atherstone (South) by Reginald Wright, M.F.H.; The


Earl of Berkeley's by Hastings Neale; The Blackmore Vale by Colonel F.J.B. Wingfield Digby,


D.S.O., M.F.H.; The Duck of Buccleugh's by Wing Commander T.B. Marson; The Cattistock


by A. Henry Higginson, M.F.H.; The Cheshire by Queenie Garnett; The Cottesmore by Lt. Col.


R.E.M. Heathcote, D.S.O.; The Co. Galway by Dorothea Conyers; The Heythrop by G.T.


Hutchinson, M.C.; The Meynell by The Rev. K.G. Packard/ The North Northumberland by


Annette Usher, M.F.H.; The Tipperary by M.J. Farrell.


 

£150.00

Wanderings in Wild Africa


Inventory ID: 000044


Wanderings in Wild Africa - Stoneham


Unit Price £30.00

Description:


Hutchinson, London, United Kingdom, 1936


Good, Hardcover


Hutchinson. 1936.. 290pp large octavo. Many plates. Cloth gilt. Library binding, internally


fine After serving in the East African campaign during World War I, Stoneham settled in the


region and earned his living as a hunter. This volume includes chapters detailing Stoneham's


experiences on five safaris, as well as practical information on how to hunt big game and


organize an expedition. Vividly evokes the hunting life in its hey-day


 

£30.00

Hunts with Jorrocks


Inventory ID: 000099


Hunts with Jorrocks - Surtees


Unit Price £40.00


Illustrator: G D Armour


Description:

Hodder & Stoughton, London, United Kingdom, 1908


Fair No Jacket, Hardcover


Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1908. Decorative Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. G.


Denholm Armour (illustrator). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Red boards with gilt lining and


lettering and huntsman silhouette on upper. The spine-cover is discoloured but the lettering is


still legible. The cloth is faded in some margins. Plain olive-green endpapers, neither set split.


Faint and sporadic foxing on edges and outer leaves. Clean and bright. All 25 colour plates


have intact and undamaged tissue-guards. The plates are tipped-in on heavyweight paper.

 

£40.00

Hunting the Elephant in Africa

Inventory ID: 000176


Hunting the Elephant in Africa - Stigand, Cpt Chauncey Hugh



Unit Price £40.00


ISBN: 0312401582

Description:

St Martins Press, London, United Kingdom, 1989


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


C.H. Stigand (1877-1919) was one of the finest hunters in the olden days and an excellent


naturalist and author. With his best friend, Denys Lyell, he wrote several articles and books on


African wildlife and hunting. Foreword by Theodore Roosevelt, profusely illustrated with


photographs - "Picturesque and gripping as only authentic firsthand adventure can be, 'Hunting


the Elephant in Africa' is vintage Africana at its best

 

£40.00

The Wilderness Hunter

Inventory ID: 000187

The Wilderness Hunter - Roosevelt, Theodore

Unit Price  £75.00

Description:

G.P. Putnam's Sons, London, United Kingdom, 1902


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


The Wilderness Hunter An Account of the Big Game of the United States and its Chase with


Horse Hound, and Rifle by Theodore Roosevelt, G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York and London,


The Knickerbocker Press, 1902. This is an ex-library book with the library stamp on title page


and illustrations. The frontis with the tissue cover are torn from the book, but with the book


and do not have a library stamp. The outside edge of the frontis is torn but not near the


illustration. The Wilderness Hunter, remains perhaps the most detailed account of the grizzly


bear ever recorded. The text details all manner of big game hunting exploits in the Old West


after caribou, big horn sheep, mountain goats, cougars, grizzly bears, deer, etc.

 

£75.00

Good Hunting

Inventory ID: 000189

Good Hunting - Roosevelt, Theodore

Unit Price  £75.00

Description:



Harper & Brothers Publishers, London, United Kingdom, 1907


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


Good Hunting in Pursuit of Big Game in the West by Theodore Roosevelt, Harper & Brothers


Publishers, New York and London, 1907. This is an ex-library book, library bound with stamp


on frontis, title page and illustrations. At page 62 the spine is split. Publisher's Note; "...This


book offers to younger readers a series of pictures of out-door life and big game hunting in the


West. More than this, the author makes us feel not only the zest of sport and adventure, but


also the interest attaching to the habits and peculiarities of the remarkable animals hich he


describes. It is a field-book, since it is written by a true sportsman out of his own


experiencesand its general spirit tends to a better appreciation of the value of close observation


of animal life. The eld, bear, goasts, deer, and other animals which are described, represent the


most remarkale large fauna of our country..."

 

£75.00

Wild Animals I have known

Inventory ID: 000170


Wild Animals I have known - Seton, Ernest Thompson



Unit Price  £40.00

Description:



Hodder & Stoughton, London, United Kingdom, 1898


Good Good, Hardcover 1st Edition


Ernest Thompson Seton (1860-1946) was a Scoto- Canadian (and naturalized U. S. citizen) who


became a noted author, wildlife artist, founder of the Woodcraft Indians, and founding pioneer


of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Seton also heavily influenced Lord Baden-Powell, the


founder of Scouting. His notable books related to Scouting include The Birch Bark Roll and


The Boy Scout Handbook. He is responsible for the strong influence of American Indian


culture in the BSA. As a youth, he retreated to the woods to draw and study animals. He won a


scholarship in art to the Royal Academy in London, England. Seton developed a fascination for


wolves while working as a naturalist for Manitoba. He became successful as a writer, artist and


naturalist, later moving to New York City to further his career. He was an early pioneer of the


modern school of animal fiction writing, his most popular work being Wild Animals I Have


Known (1898), which has always been in print.

 

£40.00

Biography of a Grizzly

Inventory ID: 000171

Biography of a Grizzly - Seton, Ernest Thompson



Unit Price  £SOLD

Description:



Hodder & Stoughton, London, United Kingdom


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


Ernest Thompson Seton (1860-1946) was a Scoto- Canadian (and naturalized U. S. citizen) who


became a noted author, wildlife artist, founder of the Woodcraft Indians, and founding pioneer


of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Seton also heavily influenced Lord Baden-Powell, the


founder of Scouting. His notable books related to Scouting include The Birch Bark Roll and


The Boy Scout Handbook. He is responsible for the strong influence of American Indian


culture in the BSA. As a youth, he retreated to the woods to draw and study animals. He won a


scholarship in art to the Royal Academy in London, England. Seton developed a fascination for


wolves while working as a naturalist for Manitoba. He became successful as a writer, artist and


naturalist, later moving to New York City to further his career. He was an early pioneer of the


modern school of animal fiction writing, his most popular work being Wild Animals I Have


Known (1898), which has always been in print.

 

£SOLD

Lobo

Inventory ID: 000172


Lobo - Seton, Ernest Thompson



Unit Price  £20.00

Description:



Hodder & Stoughton, London, United Kingdom


Good No Jacket, Hardcover 1st Edition


Ernest Thompson Seton (1860-1946) was a Scoto- Canadian (and naturalized U. S. citizen) who


became a noted author, wildlife artist, founder of the Woodcraft Indians, and founding pioneer


of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Seton also heavily influenced Lord Baden-Powell, the


founder of Scouting. His notable books related to Scouting include The Birch Bark Roll and


The Boy Scout Handbook. He is responsible for the strong influence of American Indian


culture in the BSA. As a youth, he retreated to the woods to draw and study animals. He won a


scholarship in art to the Royal Academy in London, England. Seton developed a fascination for


wolves while working as a naturalist for Manitoba. He became successful as a writer, artist and


naturalist, later moving to New York City to further his career. He was an early pioneer of the


modern school of animal fiction writing, his most popular work being Wild Animals I Have


Known (1898), which has always been in print.

 

£20.00

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