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An Angler's Mail special byt the secretary of the British Carp Study Group. Oblong format. Pictorial paperwraps. B/w photos. Covers are grubby and creased. Pencil writing to rear cover. Damp stains at lower corners of pages. Some brown staining to lower edges of front cover and first 6 pages. A scarce item.
The adventures of an All-Round Angler. Green boards, gilt title to spine. 186 pages. Colour and b/w photos.
The authors experiences of travelling the land in search of monster carp. Black boards, silver titles. 463 pages. Full of colour photos. ISBN: 9780995563032. SIGNED by the author to front free-endpaper. Minimal bumping to spine. Light crease to front edge of dustwrapper.
Green boards, gilt title to spine. 304 pages. Colour photos. ISBN: 9780993222825.
CASTING AT THE SUN: THE REFLECTIONS OF A CARP FISHER
Written by Christopher Yates.
Stock no. 1820937
Published by Pelham Books. 1st 1986. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
In twenty-eight stories, the author recounts the varied history of his fishing, from the time when he beheld the first carp to the moment when the monster rolled into his landing net. Black cloth, gilt titles to spine. Numerous b/w photos and illustrations. ISBN: 0720716624. Slight bump to top edge of rear board. Foxing to text block and a few scattered foxspots mainly to endpapers, prelims and last few pages. Pictorial dustwrapper also has foxing to top of flaps.
Colour and b/w photos. The season in the life of a carp angler. ISBN: 0950886505. Bumping to top front edge of boards. Minor foxing to top edge of text block. Pictorial dustwrapper is faded to spine and edge-creased at top.
Second Edition. Green cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos and illustrations. ISBN: 0950759805. Minor foxing to top edge of text block. Text block lightly browned. Contents have been bound by printer slightly too far up the boards (only noticeable from inside bottom). Pictorial dustwrapper is sunned to spine.
A true, unique and fascinating study, of absorbing interest to both beginner and specialist angler. Blue boards, silver title to spine. B/w photos. ISBN: 0720705827. Fourth impression. Browning and foxing to top edge of text block. Rear endpapers lightly browned. Blue pictorial dustwrapper is lightly creased.
Green and gilt pictorial cloth, gilt titles to front cover and spine. Green and grey pictorial endpapers. 12 beautiful colour plates plus b/w illustrations. Top edge gilt. A handsome book. A fine copy contained in publisher's slightly scuffed slipcase.
Publishers special binding. Bound in dark green morocco with gilt titles, vignettes and borders. Top edge gilt. Two-tone green pictorial endpapers. 12 tissue-guarded colour plates and b/w text illustrations. Slight rubbing to spine and corners. Name and date in ink to front free-endpaper. Endpapers lightly browned. A few foxspots to textblock.
FINE ANGLING FOR COARSE FISH - LONSDALE LIBRARY VOL IV
Written by Eric Parker.
Stock no. 1820169
Published by Seeley, Service & Co.. 1930. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Brown cloth, gilt title to spine and front decoration. Numerous b/w illustrations and plates throughout. 352 pages including contents and index. Text block grubby. Presentation plate to front endpaper. Endpapers browned. Page edge browning. Browning to plates. Dustwrapper is heavily browned to spine, browned to side panels, worn with some loss to top & tail of spine.
Large oblong format. Green cloth spine. Green front board with white banner to left edge. A delightful selection of colour plates throughout contents. Damp staining and browning to covers - mostly to banner on left hand side. Scuff marks to covers; some foxing. Bumping to corners; chipping and wear to cover edges. Creasing, chipping and browning/foxing to front endpaper. Some grubby margin marks. One plate (A Likely Spot) is detached, but still loosely inserted.