BARKER (THOMAS) Barker's Delight, second edition, 1659
Lot 17
BARKER (THOMAS) Barker's Delight, second edition, 1659
£1,000 - 2,000
US$ 1,700 - 3,400
Lot Details
Barker's Delight. or, the Art of Angling. Wherein are discovered Many Rare Secrets, second edition, 2 leaves in the first signature loosely inserted from another copy (one soiled), without the last two leaves of Moseley's advertisements at end, several ownership inscriptions including an early one of Robert Franklin and neat inscription on title "Tho: Burton ex dono Tho: Franklin 1727", upper cover and flyleaf with stamp "Presented by J. Graham Dawson Esq.", contemporary sheep with some loss, preserved in fold-over calf case [Westwood & Satchell, p.22; Wing B786], small 8vo, Humphrey Moseley, 1659


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