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    One of 500 Subscriber's Copies of The Gun at Home and Abroad with Beautiful Illustrations

    [Hunting and Sporting]. J. G. Millais, et al. The Gun at Home and Abroad. London; The London & Counties Press Association Ltd., 1912-1915. First editions, one of 500 copies of all four volumes specially printed for subscribers (this copy without subscriber's name on the limitation page, each volume is number 380) out of a total edition of 950. Four large quarto volumes. Each volume with photogravure portrait frontispieces of King George V. Profusely illustrated throughout with fifty-nine full-color plates, twelve photogravures, five monochrome plates, and 140 half-tone plates. Publisher's deluxe binding of full brown morocco, covers double-ruled in gilt, front covers and spines lettered in gilt. Some moderate wear to bindings. Overall, a fine set of this monumental modern hunting work. Titles within the set include: British Game Birds and Wildfowl; British Deer and Ground Game; The Big Game of Africa and Europe; The Big Game of Asia and North America.

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