Angling Rod Fishing collection 9 old books early 20th century illustrated Trout FliesBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
[Nautical Memoirs, Fishing, Trout, Salmon, Fishermen, Whaling].
Short video captures condition much better than words. Please watch prior to purchase to ensure a clear understanding of the group.
Collection of nine (9) old sporting books related to [primarily] angling and rod fishing, one book is about New Bedford Mass. whaling in 1925. All contain illustrations, several well illustrated, couple small press imprints.
All remain sound, tight, clean, entirely acceptable examples. Interesting and unique lot, acquired thus, offered the same. Nice group, favorably priced as a lot.
A Fisherman's Methods & Memories, by Walter H. Barrett.
Published 1953, London by Seeley Service & Co.
Fifty Years Angling in England, Scotland, The Hebrides, Ireland, Holland, Switzerland, and Canada, by Rev. Joseph Adams.
Published 1938, London by Hutchhinson & Co.
Fishing for Pleasure and Catching It, by E. Marston.
Published 1906, London by Charles Whittingham & Co.
Fly Fishing, by Sir Edward Grey.
Published 1920, London by J.M. Dent & Co.
Forty Years of Trout and Salmon Fishing, by J.L. Dickie.
Published 1919, London by Heath Cranton LTD.
Modern Trout Fishing, by W. Carter Platts.
Published 1938, London Adam & Charles Black.
What I Have Seen While Fishing, by Phillip Geen.
Published 1924, London, by William Clowes & Son Ltd.
237 pages. Privately printed for private distribution.
"There Goes Flukes". The Story of New Bedford's Last Whaler. Being the narrative of the voyage of the Schooner John R. Manta on Hatteras Ground 1925, and whalemen's true yarns of adventures in old deep-sea whaling days, by William Henry Tripp.
Published 1938, New Bedford, Massachusetts by Reynolds Printing.
An Album of the Chalk Streams, by E.A. Barton.
Published 1946, London by Adam and Charles Black.
Set along the shelf measures: 10 1/4".