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Recent Hunting Trips in British North America. by  F. C Selous - 1st Edition - 1907 - from Thomas Dorn ABAA and

Recent Hunting Trips in British North America.

by Selous, F. C

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London: Witherby & Co., 1907., 1907. First British printing. 8vo. Frontispiece photograph with tissue guard. 400 pp. Illustrated with 65 B & W photographs. Original illustrated green cloth binding stamped in gilt. Top edge gilt. The covers are considerably worn, especially at the extremities. Front hinge starting. Fair.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fair.


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