Lot 90 of 312:
Salmon fishing with the rich in Quebec  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$240
Estimate:
$400 - $600

Title:
Camp Chaleur

Author:
de Guingand, Sir Francis

Place:
Liverpool

Publisher:
Printed and bound by Tinlings

Date:
1964

Description:

Finely bound in red morocco and stamped in gilt with gilt dentelles and fine marbled endpapers. 300 x 200 mm. 15pp. with printed lead about the author laid-in. Privately printed and likely with a small print run.

An account of salmon fishing on the Grand Cascapedia while de Guingand, a decorated British army officer, and his wife were guests of the philanthropist Jane and her husband, industrialist and one-time New Jersey senatorial candidate Charles Engelhard at Camp Chaleur in Quebec.


Lot Amendments

Condition:
Discoloration along spine, laid-in page toned; else very good.


 
Item number:
296444a
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