The Sportsman's Cabinet; or, a Correct Delineation of the Various Dogs Used in the Sports of the Field; Including the Canine Race in General, Consisting

[TAPLIN, William].
London: Printed and published for the proprietors, by J. Cundee, Ivy Lane, Paternoster-Rpw, 1803. Profusely illustrated with plates by John Scott after Reinagle and the wood engraved vignettes by Thomas Bewisk.
First edition. Two volumes.
Quarto, rebacked to style in brown morocco with raised bands and gilt decorated with images of a dog, horse, deer and fox, red and brown spine labels lettered in gilt, full smooth brown calf ruled in gilt, all edges stained yellow, brown endpapers. Edges of covers slightly rubbed and a little darkened, else fine.

The third published English dog book, complete with all plates and vignettes. [Schwerdt II, p. 248. Hubbard, The Literature of British Dogs, p. 27-29].

Price: $1,000.00
SKU: 28167
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