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Author: SALTER (THOMAS FREDERICK)
Title: The Angler's Guide, being a New, Plain, and complete Practical Treatise on the Art of Angling for Sea, River, and Pond Fish; deduced from many years Practice, Experience, and Observation. Carefully corrected and enlarged, divided into Three Parts, with an Appendix, and to which is now first added, the Author's celebrated Treatise on Trolling, the whole illustrated with numerous Cuts and Engravings.
Description: London, Printed for the Author, by R. Carpenter and Son, N.D., . Fifth Edition, ownership inscription of "W. Beaumont dated August 4th. 1825" on front fly-leaf, 2 aquatints "The Crown at Broxbourn Bridge." and "The Rye House Fishery on the River Lea.", a map of the River Lea, 7 plates, numerous illustrations in the text, xi, , 273,  pp., nineteenth century half calf, rebacked, preserving part of the original spine, top edges gilt, others uncut, a clean copy. Satchell and Westwood, p.187.
Keywords: Angling SPORTING BOOKS FISHING
Price: GBP 85.00 = appr. US$ 121.38 Seller: Forest Books
- Book number: 33401