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The New Sporting Magazine, Vol. 6 nos. 31 - 36, November 1833 - April 1834 & The Racing Calendar 1833

By a Single Dorset; Nimrod; N.W. ; Paddy Blake; Hon. Martin Hawke; a Yorkshireman (Surtees); Orlando; Esau; J H Lethbridge; Uncle Toby

Baldwin & Craddock, London, 1831. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half-leather with marbled boards and end-papers, gilt lettering and decoration on spine, light wear at joint ends, sound binding, clean pages, end-papers and plates. All plates are present, these are: Title vignette showing a Fox-Hound with puppies; Hunting - Throwing Off; The Right Ho. Earl of Chesterfield; Rabbit Shooting; The Carp; Vespa, a horse; William Crockford; Hunting - The Find!' Beauty and General, celebrated trotting pony and setter; Hunting - Gone Away!; The Farquharson Vase; Pincher and Shivers, two dogs; The Bittern Contents include (some topics noted in earlier numbers also feature in later numbers but are not listed again here): November 1833 No. 31: List Of Fox-Hounds in Great Britain, for the Present Season, with the names of the Masters and the Countries they Hunt; Miss Sheridan's Comic Offering; Ackermann's Pictures of Count Sandor's Exploits in Leicestershire; Scenes in South America - Guanaco Hunting in the Pampas; October; Hunting Reminiscences - The Crack Riders of England; The Surrey; A Fishing Question; Baron D'Haussez and English Field Sports; Hunting in India, The Calcutta Hunt; Gallery of Celebrated Sporting Characters - The Right Ho. Earl of Chesterfield; Racing - Newmarket First and Second Meetings; Lord Marrowbones and His Man; The Classical Fox-Hounds; General Monthly Miscellany - The Chase - The Turf etc.; Racing Calendar (bound at rear. December 1833 No. 32: Reviews; Steeple-Chaises; My Sporting Box; The Cheshire Hunt; A Trip to Brighton; Hints on Pheasant Shooting; A Man of the World's Confession; Lord Segrave; Lines on the Fuschia; The Benighted Sportsman; Racing - Newmarket Houghton Meeting with a Glance at the Present State of The Turf; Miscellany - Hunting and Steeple-Chasing in Oxfordshire - Bettings at Tattersall's etc.; Coursing Calendar (bound at rear). January 1834 No. 33: Review of the Last Number of the Old Sporting Magazine; Turfiana; Racing In India - The Madras Spring Meeting 1833; Parody on the Classical Fox-Hounds; A Day Near Limerick; The Woore Country; Stanzas on seeing a Steamboat Leave Dieppe in a Storm; On Equestrianism; My Coal Black Steed; William Crockford; Real Wild Sports of the West or the Wanderings of Ernest Fitzfulke; Fine Arts; Miscellany - The French Turf - Gambling Match for 50,000 Napoleons - Mr Osbaldeston's etc. February 1834 No. 34: Swell and the Surrey; Fatal Duel at Hamburgh Nominations for the Docaster St Leger 1834; Pomponius Ego; Dick Hyperbole; The Wet Sunday; The Sorrows of a Sportsman; The Rambler; The Chase - the cause of the scarcity of foxes - Oldham, the Miller, and hostile Farmers - The Farquharson Vase etc. March 1834 No. 35: List of Stallions for 1834; The Hampton Court Stud; The Race for the Belfast Cup and a few Remarks on Breeding Hunters; On Betting; The Swiss Hunter's Address to his Rifle; Anacreontic; Road Accidents; Death of Mr Berkeley's Old Horse Jack O'Lantern; Nimrod; The Chase - Doings in Dorset - The New Forest Hounds - His Majesty's Stag hounds etc. April 1834 No. 36: Winners of Two-Year-Old Stakes; Engagements at Newmarket of the Derby and Oaks Favourites; Steeple Chases; On Vehicles; The Omnibus; The Marquess of Lansdowne, a character; Rinaldo's Horse; On Falls; The Horrors of Horsemanship; James's Horse Blister; On Private Training; The Alnwick Hounds; The Surrey Hunt - Jorrocks in Reply to Rasper; Jorrock's Address to the Members of the Surrey Hunt; Mr Farquharson's Country; Who is the Rambler in Green?; The Chase; The Oxford Hack; A Sporting Tour Through Munster; The Duke of Nassau's Hunting Seat; How to Shoe a Vicious Horse; Coach Accident; A Sailor's Description of a Hunt etc. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018101098..

$108.27

The New Sporting Magazine, Vol. 4 nos. 19 - 24, November 1832 - April 1833 & The Racing Calendar 1832

By Nim South; Sylvanus Swanquill; Nimrod; N.W.; (Surtees); a Yorkshireman; a Fetter-Lane Coachman; Charles Waterton; Martin Hawke

Baldwin & Craddock, London, 1832. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half-leather with marbled boards and end-papers, gilt lettering and decoration on spine, light wear at joint ends, sound binding, clean pages, end-papers and plates. All plates are present, these are: Title vignette showing an Otter; Coursing; The Terrier; The Meet; Ptarmigan; Oxygen, a horse; The Dying Woodcock; Coursing - A Scene on Bagshot Heath; Guinea Hen and Jay; Trout Fishing, a View on the River Dart; The Hobby, a Hawk; John Winter, Huntsman to Ralph John Lambton; The Pike. Contents include (some topics noted in earlier numbers also feature in later numbers but are not listed again here): November 1832 No. 19: Fox-Hounds in Great Britain for the Year 1832, with the Countries they Hunt and the Names of the Masters; The Greyhound; Nim South's Tour; Habits of the Woodcock etc.; November; Newmarket First and Second October Meetings; Noctes Nimrodianae or Sporting Conversations with Nimrod; General Monthly Miscellany - The Chase - The Turf - Cricket - Shooting Match and Gander Pulling etc; Racing Calendar (at rear). December 1832 No. 20: Letter from a Hants. Fox-hunter; Hawking; Review of the Racing Season; Murty Macrory; Review of Wild Sports of the West; December; A Few Lines From Mr Jorrocks on the Subject of His New Magazine; Remarks on the New Game Laws, as Affecting Wastes and Commons; Word or Two on Critics; The Pleasures of the Chase; Newmarket Houghton Meeting; Roach Fishing; Character of Hunting Countries, Shropshire; Miscellany - Betting at Tattersall's etc.; Coursing Calendar (at rear); January 1833 No. 21: The Road, Review of an Article in the Quarterly Review on the past and present state of Coaching; Review of the Racing Season of 1832; Sharp-Shooter, a Tale of Schooldays; Nim South's Reply to a Hants Fox-Hunter; Shooting in January; The Habits of the Snipe; Woodcock Shooting; Miscellany - Horses Gone Abroad - The Veterinarian- The English Farmer etc. February 1833 No. 22: A Few Words from the Editor to the Author of Dashwood's Letters; Hood's Comic Annual for 1833; Col. Hawker on Shooting; February; Close of the Shooting Season; The History of Horsemanship, Illustrated by Statuary and Sculpture - The Riding House at Dessau; Wildfowl Shooting Character of Hunting Countries, Hampshire; A Hunt Breakfast with Mr Jorrocks; Much Ado About Nothing; Lamentable Loss of the North Pole Mapping Expeditin, contained in an Extract from Peter Flam's Log; Travels and Sports in South America; Miscellany - The Versailles Hounds - Doncaster St Leger entries - Death of Stallions etc. March 1834 No. 35: The Bag Fox; Conundrums by Messrs. Simpkins and Jorrocks; Notice of a Subscription to Present Mr Farquharson with a Piece of Plate; A Few Lines from Nimrod; Sporting In India; Sports in South America - Lion and Ostrich Hunting; The Starling; Remarks on the Derby Favourites; Dashwood's Reply; On Arabian Horses; On Roaring; The Road; Fine Arts - The British Institution; Miscellany - Stag Hunt in Ireland - New Regulations for King's Plates etc. April 1833 No. 24: Observations on the Game Laws - The Metropolitan Magazine - Col. Hawker etc; Variation's Performances; The Last Day of the Season - A Day with the Durber Hounds; A Boar-Hunting Song Describing a Day in Touraine; Singular Death of Two Swans; Who Was the Cockney Stockbroker at Melton?; A Few Remarks on Breeding and Purchasing Young Horses; Characters of Hunting Countries - Durham; Nicholas Piscator; The Earl of Surry, Capt. Pechell, and Dashwood; Veterinary Jurisprudence; Fine Arts - Society of British Artists; Miscellany - Shugborough-hill Day - Trespass under the New Game Bill etc. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018101101..

$108.27

The New Sporting Magazine, Vol. 2 nos. 7 - 12, November 1931 -April 1832 & The Racing Calendar 1831

By Nim South; Sylvanus Swanquill; "Q"; Albert Engelhorn; Menander; Dashwood; "a Yorkshireman" (Surtees); Richard Lawrence; A Cooper; Bogtrotter; N.W. ; Nimrod; Henry H-t; M.P. ; Edmund Sims

Baldwin & Craddock, London, 1831. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half-leather with rubbed marbled boards and marbled end-papers, gilt lettering and decoration on spine, split on rear joint but both covers are securely attached, plate and page 3/4 are together detached, plate at page 82 is partially detached, block binding is otherwise sound, clean pages, end-papers and plates. Detached plates are a little ragged on the leading edge. All plates are present, these are: Title vignettte showing a Hare; Woodcock Shooting; The Wild Boar and the Sau-Finder, A View on the Klein, Winterburg, Saxony; Chorister, Winner of the St. Leger 1831; Rabbit Shooting; Trim, a celebrated Sussex Spaniel; The Teal; Goint To Cover; Orelio an Imported Arabian; Wild Fowl Shooting; Smoker, a celebrated deerhound; Beiram, first favourite for the Derby; The Haunts of the Ibex. Contents include (some topics noted in earlier numbers also feature in later numbers but are not listed again here): November 1831 No. 7: Fox-Hounds in Great Britain, for the Year 1831 with the Countries They Hunt and Names of the Masters; The Kent and Surrey Hounds; Remarks on the New Game Bill; November; Review of the Shooter's Companion; The Coach Dinner; Abstract of Spring Gun and Man Trap Bill; Abstract of Hackney Coach Bill; Horse-Dealing; Sporting Reminiscences - Fishing; Sporting in Germany; On the Unfair and Unsportsmanlike Destruction of Foxes by Masters of Fox-Hounds; A Scene in Fairyland - Interior of a Wild Beast Show; The Sussex Harriers; Hymeneals; Editor's Scrap Book; Racing - Newmarket Dirst and Second October Meeting; The American Sporting Magazine - A Fox-Hunt in America; General Monthly Miscellany - The Turf - Decisions of the Jockey Club etc. December 1831 No. 8 Reviews; A Day with Surrey Staggers - Mr Jorrocks again; Chamois Hunting In Switzerland and the Mountainous Districts of France; Grouse Shooting - The Northern Poachers - The Hermit of Edmondbuyers - Moors of Northumberland and Durham; Egdean Fair near Petworth, Sussex; A New School of Painting; Observations on the Lords' Amendments to the Game Bill; The Road; The Editor's Levee; Letter from Sylvanus Swanquill; Racing - Newmarket Houghton Meeting; Mr Osbaldeston's Match; Curl Paper Stanzas; Miscellany - The Chase - Legal Decisions - Betting at Tattersalls - Hay and Corn Markets; New Game Bill (bound at rear). January 1832 No. 9: Review of Johnson's Sportsman's Dictionary; Anatomy of the Horse; The Chambermaid's Lament; The Antiquity and Advantages of Field Sports; My First Paper; A Day at Newmarket - Mr Jorrocks); Letters on Hare Hunting; January; Nim South's Tour; The Racing Season of 1831; The Teal; Character of Hunting Countries - The Mostyn Hunt; Miscellany - Aquatics - Obituary of Stallions in 1831 - Coursing Meetings - Game Market. February 1832 No. 10 A Monstrous Clever Fellow; Mottos for Omnibuses; A Day's Shooting in Yorkshire - Jorrocks; The Olympic Games; A Page Upon Love; Snipe Shooting; Racing in Van Dieman's Land; Hunting Countries - The Duke of Beaufort's; The Progress of Racing in England; A Kill with the East Sussex; The Four Sporting Magazines; Miscellany - The Essex Stag Hounds and the Oakley Hunt etc. March 1832 No. 11: Wild Fowl Shooting; The Last Day of the Shooting Season; Jarvis and Mrs Cope; Letter from Mr Smith Jun. to Mr Smith Sen. (with woodcut).; Hunting Countries - Warwickshire; Valentine's Day and a very hard frost; The Tale of the Omnibus; Nimrodia; March; Miscellany - Leicstershire - List of Stallions for 1832 - Cockney Club etc. April 1832 No. 12 A Short Reply to a Long Address in the Old Sporting Magazine; Account of the Arabian Horse Muscat; Stanzas on the Death of Mrs Musters; Hunting Countires - The Atherstone; Singular Case of Zoology; Whittlesey Mere; Stanzas to My Ass; A Day with the Surrey; Sporting in Cumberland, Keswick; Fine Arts, Eclipse Gallery of Illustrious Race Horses; A Line From Jorrocks; The Haunts of the Ibex; An American Hint; April; Nimrod's Reply; Dashwood's Toureen or a Few Days in the West; Proposals for a Painting of I I Farquharson, Esq and his hounds; Miscellany. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018101097..

$72.98

The New Sporting Magazine, Vol. 1 nos.1 - 6, May-October 1831 & The Racing Calendar 1831

By Nim South, Baron H Gablenz; Toxophilius, Richard Lawrence, Dashwood, See-Ho, Tip-and-Go, Albert Engelhorn, Sylvanus Swanquill, The Old Warwick, Dormin, Menander etc

Baldwin & Craddock, London, 1831. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half-leather with marbled boards and end-papers, gilt lettering and decoration on spine, light wear at joint ends, sound binding, clean pages, end-papers and plates. All plates are present, these are: Title vignettte showing a Fox; Dead Red Deer; Partridge Shooting; Fly Fishing; Pedigree and Performance of his Majesty's Horse The Colonel; The Haunts of the Chamois; Spaniel, winner of The Derby; Black Game; Camel, a brown horse; Gadfly, a favourite Hound; Racing, The Starting Post; His Grace the Duke of Portland's Yacht, Pantaloon, beating to windward with the Frigates of Sir Edward Corington's Fleet of the Dodman on 21 July 1831 Contents include (some topics noted in earlier numbers also feature in later numbers but are not listed again here): May 1831 No. I: Address to the Public; Nim South's Tour; Racing, Newmarket Meetings; Acts of Pariament - Alderman Wood's Canine Madness Bill, Lord Althopre's Game Bill; Wild Boar Hunting in Saxony; The Pleasures and Advantages of Archery; Fine Arts - Sporting Subjects in the British Institution, and Society of British Artists; Anatomy. etc. of theHorse; The Close of the Hunting Season in Sussex - Scarcity of of Foxes in East Sussex and Col. Wyndham's Coverts - Disturbance of Coverts by Harriers - General Sport with Mr Craven's and Col. Wyndham's Hounds - Mr Bridger and the Foxes around Erringham - Death of Mr Burrell - Sport with Mr Dawson's Harriers - Mr Amyatt of Conock - Mr Assheton Smith - Mr T Smith - Mr Codrington and Mr Horlock's Hounds - The Blackmoor Vale etc. - Lewes Hunt Races; Chasseurs's Letter From Paris; General Monthly Miscellany - The Chase - Observations on the present state of and Review of Sport during the Past Season - The Turf - Races to come - Races Past - Warwick - Catterick Bridge - The Hoo - Ashbourne - Bath - Steeplechases - Amesbury Coursing Meeting - Archery - Cricket - Pigeon Shooting - Aquatics - Water Colours - Billesdon Coplow; Latest Inteligence - Col. Jolliffe's Hounds - Sir John Gerard's - York and Epsom Races - Bettings - Hay and Corn Markets. June 1831 No. 2: The Road, No. 1; See-Ho On Coursing; Letter on Horse Dealing; On the Preparation of Hunters For Grass; Tipping Boys at School; Racing - Newmarket second Spring and Epsom Meetings; The Contested Election; General Monthly Miscellany - Mr Ralph Lampton's and the Northumberland Fox Hounds - Mr Sulllivan's Stag-Hounds - Shooting, Letter on Rearing Eggs of Game destroyed - Pigeon Shooting at the Red House - New Sporting Club at the Stadium - Hampton Races - History of the Saddler. July 1831 No. 3; Letter on Hare-Hunting No. 1; Matramonial Advertisements; Reviews of Books; Mr Ackerman's Sporting Prints; Chamois Hunting in Switzerland; Naughty Husband; Hydrophobia; The First Day of the Season; Editor's Scrap Book; A Day with "The Surrey"; Snipe Shooting; A Day at the Trent. August 1831 No. 4: Game Laws and Woodcocks; Description of a Fox-Hunter of the Last Century; Reform or Habits of the Lower Orders; Sporting Reminiscences - Fishing; On Riding Over Wheat; Archery in Flanders - Shooting at the Popinjay; A May Trip to the Thames; New National Gallery; Songs of the Chase; Miscellany - Laws of Marylebone Cricket Club - Rowing abd Sailing Matches - Stud Sales - Horses Gone Abroad. September 1831 No. 5: The Blank Day; The Itinerary of Fynes Morton Gent, written in 1617; On the Present Mode of Shoeing Hunters; Irish Hunting; Fly-Fishing in Wales; Trout Fishing at the Blythe; Remarks on Riddlesworth and the Leger Favourites; An Expedition against the "Moors"; Racing - Goodwood Meeting; The Newspaper; The New Game Bill; Legal Decisions; Miscellany - Poachers on Northern Moors. October 1831 No. 6: Theatricals - An Amateur Performance; Temperance Societies; Wright's Improved Game Book; Letter from an Old Sportsman to Sylvanus Swanquill; The Opening of the Organ; Carp-Fishing; Doncaster Races; A Line from Nimrod; Wild Duck Shooting; Miscellany - Tommy Tickle - Notes to Correspondents. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018101056..

$108.27

Notitia Venatica, A Treatise on Fox-Hunting embracing The General Management of Hounds with Twelve Illustrations by Henry Alken and Others Coloured by Hand
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Notitia Venatica, A Treatise on Fox-Hunting embracing The General Management of Hounds with Twelve Illustrations by Henry Alken and Others Coloured by Hand

By Robert T Vyner. Revised, Corrected and Enlarged by William C A Blew. Revised and Brought Down to Date by Cuthbert Brdley

Blackfriars Publishing Company, London, 1891. Seventh Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Henry Alken and Others. Clean green covers with gilt lettering and decoration on the spines and black lettering and decoration on the fronts, lightly rubbed and bumped at spine-ends and corners. Sound binding, . Light foxing to end-papers. Twelve clean hand-coloured plates with tissue protection leaves. Clean uncut (untrimmed pages) with light foxing to edges. 2-volume set (complete). No dust-jacket. Illustrator: Henry Alken and Others. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57118102011.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$137.95

Driving Finish
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Driving Finish

By Carol Madeline Smith

Robson Books, London, 1994. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine Condition/Near Fine. Crisp clean unclipped dust-jacket, fresh covers with gilt lettering on spine, tight binding, clean pages and end-papers . Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 0860517136. ISBN/EAN: 9780860517139. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 18818081089.. 9780860517139

$7.75

Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. A Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of British, Indian, Colonial and Foreign Sport. Volume XVIII (18) 1901
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Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. A Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of British, Indian, Colonial and Foreign Sport. Volume XVIII (18) 1901

By Finch Mason; Kirly Hare; Cuthbert Bradley; 'Willow' etc

Messrs. Fores, Picadilly, London, 1901. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Red covers with ornate decoration in gilt and black and gilt lettering on the spine and including 32 tinted and black and white illustrations. Gilt block edges. Very small area of surface loss on rear cover, light wear to spine-ends, sound binding, light foxing to prelims, clean pages and end-papers. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018071125..

$42.24

Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume XC (90). July-Dec 1908
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume XC (90). July-Dec 1908

By Walter Greswell; Patrick Perterras; L C R Cameron; Corrigeen; Will H Ogilvie; etc

Vinton and Co. Limited, London, 1908. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather covers over red boards with gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Clean pages. Reverse of title plate darkened. Bookplate on inside front cover - "Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset." No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018072076.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$27.27

Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. A Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of British, Indian, Colonial and Foreign Sport. Volume XXI (21) 1904
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Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. A Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of British, Indian, Colonial and Foreign Sport. Volume XXI (21) 1904

By Edward Spencer; Finch Mason; M N Barry; Clifford Cordley; etc

Messrs. Fores, Picadilly, London, 1904. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Red covers with ornate decoration in gilt and black and gilt lettering on the spine and including 32 tinted and black and white illustrations. Gilt block edges. Light wear to edges, corners and spine-ends, sound binding, light foxing to prelims, clean pages and end-papers. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018071126..

$42.24

Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume LXXXIII (83). Jan-June 1905
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume LXXXIII (83). Jan-June 1905

By H A Bryden; Borderer; W Carter Platts; Alan R Haig Brown; Edgar S Shrubsole; Guy Eden; etc

Vinton and Co. Limited, London, 1905. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather covers over red boards with gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Clean pages. Foxing to end-papers and prelims. Bookplate on inside front cover - "Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset." No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018072077.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$27.27

Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume LVI (56) (The Sixty-Sixth). July-Dec 1896
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume LVI (56) (The Sixty-Sixth). July-Dec 1896

By F Lawley; Borderer; Sir Walter Gilbey; Frederic M Halford; Edward Spencer; Major Arthur Griffiths; etc

Vinton and Co. Limited, London, 1896. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Publisher's volume error - actually Volume 66). Half leather covers over red boards with gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on lightly rubbed spine. Wear to edges,corners and spine-ends with small split from lower edge of rear spine-joint and longer split from upper edge of rear spine-joint and cloth lifting. Sound binding with some separations. Clean pages with light foxing to end-papers. Bookplate on inside front cover - "Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset." No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018072078.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$27.27

Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume LXXX (80). July-Dec 1903
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume LXXX (80). July-Dec 1903

By Borderer; Alan R Haig Brown; Theodore Andrea Cook; Dr J G McPherson; S Hiney; etc

Vinton and Co. Limited, London, 1903. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather covers over red boards with gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Wear to corners and spine-ends. Sound binding. Clean pages. Bookplate on inside front cover - "Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset." No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018072075.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$27.27

Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Seventy-Fifth. (Vol. LXXV) (75) Nos. 491-496 January - June 1901
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Seventy-Fifth. (Vol. LXXV) (75) Nos. 491-496 January - June 1901

By various

Vinton and Co, London, 1901. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Dark blue covers with ornate blind-printed decoration on both front and rear, gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine, marked on leading edge. Bumping to corners. Lightly rubbed corners and spine-ends. Sound binding. Clean pages. Previous owners' bookplates on inside front cover (Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset). Darkened end-papers. Clean pages. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018051300.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$28.87

Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Forty-third. (Vol. XLIII) (43) September 1884 - March 1885
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Forty-third. (Vol. XLIII) (43) September 1884 - March 1885

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A H Baily & Co, London, 1885. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Dark blue covers with ornate blind-printed decoration on both front and rear, gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Bumping to corners. Lightly rubbed corners and spine-ends. Sound binding. Clean pages. Previous owners' bookplates on inside front cover (Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset). Darkened end-papers. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018051298..

$24.06

Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Sixteenth. (Vol. XVI) (16) December 1868 - June 1869
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Sixteenth. (Vol. XVI) (16) December 1868 - June 1869

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A H Baily & Co, London, 1869. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Dark blue covers with ornate blind-printed decoration on both front and rear, gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Bumping to corners. Lightly rubbed corners and spine-ends. Sound binding. Clean pages. Previous owners' bookplates on inside front cover (Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset; and Charles Wollaston). Darkened end-papers. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018051306..

$24.06

Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Thirty-One. (Vol. XXXI) (31) September 1877 - February 1878
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Thirty-One. (Vol. XXXI) (31) September 1877 - February 1878

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A H Baily & Co, London, 1878. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Dark blue covers with ornate blind-printed decoration on both front and rear, gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Bumping to corners. Lightly rubbed corners and spine-ends. Sound binding. Clean pages. Previous owners' bookplates on inside front cover (Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset; and Charles Wollaston). Darkened end-papers. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018051294..

$24.06

Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Twenty-Fifth. (Vol. XVI) (25) 1874 March-September
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Twenty-Fifth. (Vol. XVI) (25) 1874 March-September

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A H Baily & Co, London, 1872. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Dark blue covers with ornate blind-printed decoration on both front and rear, gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Bumping to corners. Lightly rubbed corners and spine-ends. Sound binding. Clean pages. Previous owners' bookplates on inside front cover (Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset; and Charles Wollaston). Darkened end-papers. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018051293..

$24.06

Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Thirty-Two. (Vol. XXXII) (32) April - October 1878
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Thirty-Two. (Vol. XXXII) (32) April - October 1878

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A H Baily & Co, London, 1878. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Dark blue covers with ornate blind-printed decoration on both front and rear, gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Bumping to corners. Lightly rubbed corners and spine-ends. Sound binding. Clean pages. Previous owners' bookplates on inside front cover (Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset). Darkened end-papers. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018051295..

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Twenty-Second. (Vol. XXIII) (22) 1872 June-December
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Twenty-Second. (Vol. XXIII) (22) 1872 June-December

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A H Baily & Co, London, 1872. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Dark blue covers with ornate blind-printed decoration on both front and rear, gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Bumping to corners. Lightly rubbed corners and spine-ends. Sound binding. Clean pages. Previous owners' bookplates on inside front cover (Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset; and Charles Wollaston). Darkened end-papers. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018051292..

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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Fifty-third. (Vol. LIII) (53) 1890 January - June
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume the Fifty-third. (Vol. LIII) (53) 1890 January - June

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Vinton and Co, London, 1890. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Dark blue covers with ornate blind-printed decoration on both front and rear, gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Bumping to corners. Lightly rubbed corners and spine-ends. Sound binding. Clean pages. Previous owners' bookplates on inside front cover (Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset). Darkened end-papers. Clean pages. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018051299..

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