Lot 272 of 429:
Six sporting books, two signed  

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

Lot of six sporting books from Derrydale Press and others


Various places


Various dates


6 clothbound volumes in various formats, three of which are from Derrydale Press. 


  • Classics of the American Shooting Field edited by John C. Phillips and Lewis Webb Hill. Houghton Mifflin, 1930.
  • Stray Shots by Roland Clark. Derrydale Press, 1931. Drypoints by the author. Frontispiece etching signed by the author. 1/535.
  • The American Hunter by Archibald Rutledge. Illustrated from drawings by Lynn Bogue Hunt. Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1937. Second Printing.
  • Firelight by Burton L. Spiller. Derrydale Press, [1937]. No. 443 of 950.
  • 'Long Shore by Joel D. Barber. Derrydale Press, [1939]. No. 436 of 750. Signed with inscription on half-title page.
  • Gunnerman's Gold by Horatio Bigelow. Standard Publications, 1943. No. 24 of 1,000. 


Lot Amendments

Light wear; most volumes with previous owner's ownership marks; overall very good to near fine.

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