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Recent Hunting Trips in British North America

by Selous, F.C

Condition: Fine


Camden SC: Premier Press, 1987. Limited edition Reprint. Hardcover. Fine. Rungius, Carl. 419 pp, ill incl some in color by Carl Rungius. New intro by Chuck Wechsler of Sporting Classics. All edges gilt, in orig. gilt stamped imitation leather, marbled end papers. Silk ribbon market. A lovely reprint of a wonderful North American hunting book, the only one by the noted African Hunter, F C Selous. Fine.




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