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Lot 40[BIG GAME HUNTING]
A group miscellany.
Comprising: PRESCOTT-WESTCAR, V. ("MEKTOUB"). D-H-A-N-K and the Dholes and other stories. Canterbury: H. J. Goulden, Ltd., 1932. First edition, presentation copy. Publisher's pictorial cloth. Frontispiece, plates. Recased preserving much of the original darkened spine, extremities worn, foxed throughout, inscribed "given by the author" to front free endpaper; CAREY, LEWIS. My Gun and I. A Book of Shoting Memories. London: Philip Allan, 1933. First edition. Publisher's green cloth. Frontispiece, plates, half-title, publisher's advertisements. Spine toned, extremities worn, scattered foxing, ink stamp to front free endpaper; WALDECK, THEODORE J. On Safari. New York: The Viking Press, 1940. First edition. Publisher's cloth in dust jacket. Vignette title page, in-text illustrations. Jacket toned and edgeworn, cloth tips bumped, light toning to endpapers; EARL, LAWRENCE. Crocodile Fever. A True Story of Adventure. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1954. First edition. Publisher's cloth in dust jacket. Plates, half-title. Jacket toned and worn with some marginal losses, cloth tips bumped; OWEN, T. R. H. Hunting Big Game with Gun and Camera in Africa. London: Herbert Jenkins, [1960]. First edition. Publisher's cloth in dust jacket. Plates, half-title. Jacket lightly toned with some wear to extremities, minor foxing to fore-edge; HOLMES, WILLIAM D. Safari, R.S.V.P. New York: Coward McCann, Inc., [1960]. First edition. Publisher's cloth in dust jacket. Plates, half-title. Jacket with some wear to extremities, cloth tips bumped; BERLINGER, BARNEY. Danger Down the Sights. New York, Washington, and Hollywood: Vantage Press, [1964]. First edition, inscribed by the author. Publisher's cloth in dust jacket. Plates, half-title. Jacket lightly toned with minor edgewear, cloth tips lightly bumped, inscribed by the author to the front free endpaper.
The lot seven titles. (7)


C Estate of Arnold 'Jake' Johnson

Unsold
Estimate $200-300


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