1. Aagaard, Finn. Aagaard’s Africa: A Hunter Remembers - National Rifle Assoc. - DC - 1991 1st. Edition [Finn Aagaard has spent most of his life establishing the mettle of others in that most demanding of proving grounds, the game fields of his native Kenya. He guided and occasionally nurtured budding hunters, building his business and raising a family. Although there were close scrapes, Finn never lost a client, friend, or partner making the memories particularly comical and memorable.] 196p - illus with photos - pictorial end papers f/vg C$35.00

  4. Allison, Col. The Trophy Hunters - Murray - Australia - 1979 1st. Edition [Twenty-four legends of the hunting world including Charles Boner, Erwin Bauer, Elgin Gates, Roy Weatherby, Tony Dyer, F.C. Selous, Col Allison, Ray Speer, among others, relate stories of some of their most famous hunts, from the rocky wilderness of southern Transylvania to the prime wapiti country of northern British Columbia to the most remote safari country of East Africa.] 240p - illus with photos in b/w & clr - mapped eps - f/near f. C$15.00

  5. Anderson, Major G.H. (Andy) African Safaris - Safari - CA - 1997 1st. Edition [One of the rarest books on African hunting and considered by many to be one of the classics on Elephant hunting. Born in England in 1878 Major Anderson was a professional hunter and founder of the East African Professional Hunter’s Association. After retiring from a distinguished military career in 1919, Anderson married and established a coffee farm outside Nairobi. The major’s professional elephant hunting adventures took him to Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Zaire and the Congo . He returned to England in 1939, served in the Home Guard then returned to Africa for his last Safari in 1945. Anderson became ill and died in South Africa in 1946.] 173p - illus with a photo section - Notes in appreciation of Major G.H. Anderson by Tony Sanchez-Arino - Forward by Lord Cranworth f/f C$100.00
  7. Annabel, Russell. Hunting And Fishing In Alaska - Knopf - NY - 1948 1st. ed [Although the author and his family moved to Alaska from Washington State only a year after his birth in 1904 , the family returned to Washington a year later and it was not until 1922, excited by stories heard in his father's Washington lumber camp about an Alaskan mountain man by the name of Tex Cobb, that young Annabel would return to Alaska. Russell (Rusty) Annabel located and became friends with Cobb, learning much about Alaska's wilderness and it's ways from the veteran and becoming more and more excited about guiding and writing. While the exact period is a bit sketchy, his determination to be an outdoor writer found him back in the lower 48 studying journalism at the University of Washington where it has been verified that he was in attendance as late as January 1927. By the early 30's he was back in Alaska proving his literary capabilities with regular articles now appearing in Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Sports Afield, and later in Hunting & Fishing, Argosy, Reader's Digest & Saturday Evening Post. Annabel married for a short time, divorced and then in 1948 met his second wife Del Mergens at Elmondorf Air Force Base near Anchorage. By the mid 1950's as more and more settlers began arriving and finding this new intrusion difficult to accept, Annabel and his family left Alaska. Shortly thereafter he and Dell separated and although he continued to write after moving to Minneapolis, New York and finally to Mexico it was never with the same intensity he had when writing about Alaska. Considered one of the best pure writers of sporting books, Annabel Russell was once described by Ernest Hemingway as the "finest outdoor writer" he ever read. Annabel died in 1979. Of particular interest to this first edition is a gift inscription, (originally on the front free end paper, now "tipped in" to the inside front cover) written and signed by USAF Brigadier General Dale Gaffney who's distinguished career from 1917 to 1950 included among other high ranking Arctic assignments, "Commanding General, Alaskan Wing, Air Transport Command" One wonders if Gaffney himself a big-game hunter, may have known Annabel particularly when the author met his second wife at USAF headquarters in Anchorage. Hunting And Fishing In Alaska is an exciting addition to a big game library and one that rarely comes along in a first edition with such an interesting inscription] 341p - illus with photos & clr frontis by Howard Robinson - New black ¼ binding with gold foil titles over original burgundy boards with fresh end papers - vg+. C$75.00

  8. Annabel, Russell. Tales Of A Big Game Guide - Premier Press - SC - 1985 [A beautiful reprint of the author's first great book.. In a prefatory note to this wonderful classic first published in 1938, Annabel states, and we quote: "I must explain that in selecting the stories which make up Tales Of A Big Game Guide I have sought to cover the field of Alaskan hunting rather than to achieve any sort of continuity. Because it seemed important to describe a winter mountain-sheep hunt, for instance, I have included "To Kill A Mountain Ram," even though I appear in it as a sixteen year old youngster, and in the next tale, somewhat incongruously as a grown man holding a professional guide's license" end of quote.] 218p - illus with photos - forward by Ellen Enzler-Herring - bound in full reddish-brown leather with glt titles and glt deco cvr. - aeg - raised bands - marbled eps - sewn in silk marker - limited to 3000 hand numbered copies - f. C$75.00

  9. Asbell, G. Fred. Instinctive Shooting 11 - Cowles - PA -1993 [An expert bowyer and veteran bowhunter who has served as the Hunting Editor of Bowhunter magazine since 1980. Asbell's second book, and rated better than his first which enjoyed a half dozen printings reaching tens of thousands en route to best-seller status among bow hunters.] 153p - illus - wrps - vg. C$8.00

  11. Batten, John. (ed) The Best Of Sheep Hunting - (Memorial Edition) Amwell - NJ - 1981 [An anthology of the finest stories on International sheep hunting ever compiled] 584p - illus with original line drawings by Gordon Allen - ¼ bound in blue buckram over navy cloth with gold pictorial lett sp & cvr - f. in sc C$55.00 

  12. Batten, John Batten. The Formidable Game - Amwell - NJ - 1983 [John Batten is a true trophy hunter with a lifelong dedication to the chase and one of the world’s great sheep hunters. In a hunting career that began at sixteen in the Yukon, John has covered the four corners of the globe with his favorite hunting companion, wife Katie in search of the world’s dangerous game.] 264p - illus with the lovely drawings of Peter Darro and with photos from the author’s collection - bound in tan leatherette with gold titles, aeg, silk moiré end papers and sewn in silk ribbon marker - limited to one thousand copies and signed by the author, the illustrator and Jim Rickhoff, President of the National Sporting Fraternity - f in a f slip case. C$150.00


  15. Beard, Peter. The End Of The Game - Chronicle - CA - 1988 [1n 1961 newly graduated from Yale, Peter Beard settled in Kenya on land adjoining the farm of Karen Blixen (Isak Dinesen). Thus began a special relationship, not only with the woman who was one of the most eloquent chroniclers of life in East Africa, but with the people and animals of the continent. In The End Of The Game, Beard documents the history and future of African wildlife] 4to - 286p illus with over 300 contemporary & historical photos as well as dozens of paintings by Karen Blixen's house steward, Kamante Gatura - bound in pictorial card covers with french folds - f. C$10.00 

  16. Beard, Peter & Jon Bowermaster. The Adventures & Misadventures of Peter Beard In Africa - Little Brown - NY - 1993 1st edition [As comfortable in the bush as he is in Manhattan's hottest nightclubs, Peter Beard is a throwback to an earlier, more adventurous age. Photographer "extraordinaire, writer, diarist, anthropologist, historian, and socialite.........he has led the kind of wild, rugged life fictionalized by Conrad & Hemingway. At the time of this writing, Beard had made Kenya his home for more than 30 years, and during that time he has had one obsession: chronicling the devastation of nature in East Africa.] 4to - 199p - profusely illus with Beard's exceptional photography - pictorial eps - f/f C$20.00

  17. Bell, W.D.M. Trilogy - Safari - CA - 1989 [A great opportunity to purchase a matched, slipcased collection of all three of Karamojo Bell’s exceptional books.] "Wanderings Of An Elephant Hunter" - "Bell Of Africa" & "Karamojo Safari" - each bound in pictorial cvrs with pictorial eps - very slight lateral surface scratches to the front cover of Bell of Africa o/w all three vols near fine. Slip case square & tight but soiled. C$300.00

  19. Bertalan, Dan. Bowhunting's Whitetail Masters - PP - MI - 1991 1st. Edition [Few will ever have the chance to hunt with the "Masters" simply admiring their accomplishments from afar, gleaning advise and words of their wisdom from occasional magazine articles, books., and videos. Bertalan has produced an outstanding collection of the very best in advise provided unselfishly by a dozen of America's most successful whitetail bowmasters. Bob Fratzke, Barry & Gene Wensel, Quince Hale, Noel Feather, Bill Meyer, John Hale, Roger Rothhaar, Gerald Shaffner, Russell Hull, John Kolometz, and Mitch Rompola each share the valuable combinations that have consistently put them in the record books. This outstanding work now out of print, like a select group of award winning whitetail titles, rarely shows up.] 344p - illus with photos - bound in pictorial cvrs - 2 inked previous owner's names on end paper o/w f. C$40.00

  20. Boddington, Craig. Buffalo! - Safari - CA - 2006 [A veteran hunter of Africa's gamelands, Boddington has not only hunted buffalo more than any other African species, he has hunted them in every place in Africa where a huntable population still exists. Craig shares his most memorable buffalo hunts and provides a ton of advise for those who have the urge to tangle with the beast that Ruark once described as "looking at you as though you owe him money".] 248p - profusely illus with clr photos - bound in black buckram with gold titles - f/f C$35.00 [2]

  21. Boddington, Craig. From Mount Kenya To The Cape - Safari - CA - 2005 [Boddington has gathered the experiences of fourteen African hunts into this one volume. Over a ten year span, the author has hunted "the big five" from one end of the dark continent to the other.] 274p - illus - forward by John Batten - f/f C$30.00 [2]

  22. Boddington, Craig. Tracks Across Africa - Safari - CA - 2008 [The author chronicles his third hunting trip to the dark continent.] 325p - Illus with clr photos - f/f C$30.00
  24. Boddington, Craig. Where Lions Roar  - Safari Press - 1997 [Ten More Years of African Hunting] 349p - illus with photos - f/f  C$25.00 

  25. Boone & Crockett Club. 21st. Big Game Awards 1989-1991 - BCC - MT - 1992 [The official records book for native NA big-game trophies accepted during the entry period 1989-1991. Includes trophy data, locality in which taken, hunter & owner, selected measurements, final score & rank as well as stories told in the hunters own words.] 537p - illus with more than 200 photos - f/f C$36.00

  26. Boone & Crockett Club. Records of North American Elk & Mule Deer - BCC - VA - 1991 [Tabulations compiled from data in the club's big game records archives, edited by Wm. H. Nesbitt & Jack Reneau.] 264p - profusely illus with photos - wrps - f. C$16.00

  27. Buckley, William. . Big Game Hunting In Central Africa - St Martins - NY - 1988 Peter Capstick, Series Editor. [Buckley left Britain for Africa in 1890 to search for diamonds & gold. He later soldiered and hunted ivory with the best. He first published this account of his adventures & the pursuit of big-game in 1930 and this reprint of his life with a special forward by Capstick is a fitting tribute to one of the great frontiersmen.] 268p - illus - fully indexed - f/near f. C$25.00 [3]

  28. Bull, Bartle. Safari - Viking - UK - 1988 1st. Ed [A chronicle of the ultimate in adventure and the first complete history of the great African Safaris in a single volume. Beginning with the first recorded by Cornwallis Harris in 1836 when he walked across the Transvaal with his double rifle and ox-wagon, discovering the hunter's Garden of Eden, thru the next 150 years including the lives and adventures of Oswell, Livingstone, Hatton, Isak Dinesen Beryl Markham, Bror Blixen, Roosevelt and others including Courtney Seleous considered the greatest white hunter of them all. The author examines the ethic of hunting and against a background of tribal, colonial, and wildlife history, he documents developments in weapons and transport, in game control, and conservation and the continuing attraction and excitement of the African bush.] 4to - 383p - illus in clr & b/w - fully indexed - small gift inscription on ffep o/w f/f C$20.00 

  29. Burger, John. Horned Death - Safari - CA - 1986 [Considered as the "bible" on African buffalo. Burger was employed by a variety of companies to supply meat for the workers on various African railroads before WW ll. Packed full of tales of crop destroyers, rogues, vindictive animals and killers of natives. The author is reputed to have shot over one thousand of these brutes in his lifetime.] 342p - illus with photos - pictorial end papers - bound in pictorial covers f/ no dj issued. C$30.00 

  30. Buxton, Edward North. Short Stalks - Stanford - UK - 1893 2nd edition [Recollections of the author's personal adventures, big-game hunting around the world. Wild sheep on the island of Sardinia; Chamois hunting in the Alpine peaks of Europe; much on big-horn ram, wapiti, & elk in the American Rockies; Ibex in Asia Minor, The Pyrenean ibex & izzard on the Spanish slopes of the Pyrenees mountains; Bear & Reindeer hunting in Norway; & The red deer of Asia Minor.] 405p - illus with the lovely drawings of Edward Whymper, G. E. Lodge & others - fully indexed - bound in original light brown pictorial cvrs (nicely shaded with age), spine recently replaced in complementary chocolate leather with glt titles & fresh end papers -uncut page fore edges bit rough but none torn - pos at top of title page o/w a rather stunning copy of this early work - vg. C$70.00

  31. Capstick, Peter Hathaway. Death In The Dark Continent St. Martins - NY - 1983 [Fascinating personal accounts of the author's experiences hunting the world's most dangerous big game] 238 pgs. - illustrated with photos - f/f C$28.00 [2]


  33. Capstick, Peter Hathaway. Death In The Silent Places - St. Martins - NY 1981 [A recollection of the African big game hunting adventures of some of the greatest hunters of the past, including Bell, Corbett, Patterson, & others] 258p - photos - f/f C$28.00 [2]

  34. Capstick, Peter Hathaway. Last Horizons - St Martins - NY - 1988 [The first in a two-volume collection of the author's hunting, fishing, & shooting tales--you'll find 24 examples of his keen eye and steady hand with rifle, shotgun, bow, and typewriter.] 277p - illus by Dino Paravano - f/f C$28.00 

  35. Capstick, Peter Hathaway. Safari The Last Adventure - St Martins - NY - 1984 [Drawing on his year of experience as a professional hunter, Capstick explains everything a bwana needs to know: how to book a safari; where and when to go; fees and licenses; the guns, ammo, and personal equipment needed.] 291p - illus with photos - f/f C$28.00 

  36. Capstick, Peter Hathaway. The African Adventurers - St. Martins - NY - 1992 [Capstick examines the lives of four famous hunters: Selous, Boyes, Ionides, and Sutherland. Truly an unforgettable return to the silent places.] 228p - illus with photos - f/f C$28.00 

  37. Capstick, Peter Hathaway. The Last Ivory Hunter (The Saga Of Wally Johnson) - St Martins - NY - 1988 [A chance meeting around a safari campfire on the banks of the Mupamadazi River brought the author and famed Ivory Hunter, Wally Johnson together in 1985. For hours Johnson recalled over 50 years of hunting white gold "ivory". Most men died at this hazardous trade, Johnson is the last one living to tell his story.] 220p - illus - fully indexed - f/f. C$32.00 

  38. Carmony, Neil B. & David E. Brown. [ed’s] Mexican Game Trails - Univ. Of Oklahoma Press - 1991 [A collection of hunting adventures by American sportsmen who experienced the rich and colorful rural culture of Mexico prior to WW11.] 270p - fully indexed - f/f C$12.00
  40. Cartier, John O. (ed) 20 Great Trophy Hunts - McKay - NY 1980 1st. Edition [Twenty personal accounts of hunting North America's top big game animals. From grizzly to a grand slam on rams & from bull elk with a bow, to caribou, mule deer, giant whitetails, & more, each told in words of the successful hunter with the editing assistance of Cartier, a former field editor for Outdoor Life.] 269p - illus with photos - f/f C$10.00 [3]

  41. Chinn, Jim. Winds of Change: Traditional Archery Today - Sylvan - MT - 1991 [Bowhunting since adolescence in the Tidewater region of Virginia, and with more than 25 yrs experience across North America, Chinn has never made the switch to high-tech archery equipment. A student of the philosophy of the late Archibald Rutledge, he shares his vast knowledge and experience hunting with traditional bows.] 165p - illus with photos - wrps - signed by the author - f. C$24.00

  42. Clancy, Gary & Larry Nelson. White-Tailed Deer - Hunting & Fishing Library - MN 1991 [No other North American game animal has captured the hearts and imaginations of hunters like the white-tail. Clancy & Nelson team up to walk you through this outdoor fascination from understanding the basics, equipment, preparation, techniques of stand / still / driving / stalking  to field dressing, and more.] 128p - illus in clr - fully indexed - f. C$10.00
  44. Cooch Behar, The Maharaja of. Thirty-Seven Years of Big Game Shooting in Cooch Behar, The Duars, & Assam. - Wolfe - AZ - 1993 [Being the recollections of The author’s big game adventures principally in the Province of Cooch Behar, India first published in 1908 at Bombay, India from his personal records.] 461p - illus with photos & a fold out map - bound in dark red leather with glt pictorial cvr & glt titles - aeg - f. C$30.00
  46. Corbett, Jim. Jim Corbett's India - Oxford - UK - 1978 1st. edition thus [Selected stories from Corbett's works plus two additional stories that he wrote but that were never published in any of his books. All compiled by Corbett's editor, R.E. Hawkins. This is an excellent introduction to the author's writings and a must for those who seek a complete collection of his famous works.] 250p - f/f C$20.00

  47. Cramond, Mike. Big Game Hunting In The West - Mitchell - Vancouver, BC -1965 1st. Edition [Cramond takes the reader through the adventure of his most memorable encounters with each of various big game species, then gives council on successful hunting.] 164 - illus with photos and drawings by Lissa Calvert - f/vg C$10.00
  49. Czech, Kenneth P. Hunting Trips In The Land Of The Dragon - Safari - CA - 2005 1st. Edition [Twenty seven chapters of Anglo and American sportsmen afield in Old China 1870 - 1940. Ken’s selection for this anthology contain accounts of both bird hunting and big game forays in China during a seventy year span.] 271p - illus with drawings by Clive Kay - f/f C$30.00
  51. Dahlberg, Burton L. & Ralph Guettinger. The White-tailed Deer In Wisconsin - WI Conservation Dept. - 1956 [An interesting look at deer populations, hunting regulations, conservation practices and habitat in the mid 1950's.] 281p - illus - vg. C$10.00

  52. Dalrymple, Byron. North American Big Game Hunting - Winchester - NY - 1974 [Chapters on trophys, outfitters, rifles, white-tail & mule deer, elk, moose, pronghorn, sheep, mountain goat, caribou, bear, and horned and antlered exotics.] 183p - illus - fully indexed - vg/vg  C$10.00 [2]
  54. Davis, Jeff. Return To Toonaklut: The Russell Annabel Story - Safari - CA - 2002 [Russell Annabel is by any account one of the most colorful and controversial characters ever to set foot in Alaska. Born in 1904 in Tacoma, Washington, Rusty moved to Alaska as a teen and quickly made a name for himself as a top guide. Early in his career he hooked up with Tex Cobb, a legend in the Alaskan bush and soon began writing stories about hunting in the Northland, mainly for Sports Afield now considered among the best-written stores of the twentieth century. Annabel's life was a rocky one and the author's extensive research including personal interviews with the legendary writer's first wife and his second family in Mexico where he spent his last years has resulted in an incredible story behind the legend.] 324p - illus with drawing by Louise Lopina and with many rare photos never before published - f/f C$40.00

  55. Ekin, Craig. Howard Hill: The Man And The Legend - Privately Published - MT - 1982 1st. Edition [The biography of one of the greatest archers of all time. Craig Ekin was born into an archery family in 1950 when his parents Ted & Betty owned and operated the Shawnee Sports Center in Sunland, CA. Craig has continued the tradition taking over the Presidency of Howard Hill Archery Company following his father's passing in 1979 and has fond memories of the famous Hill, who tutored him on the longbow as a young man. Hill's notoriety in longbow archery gained him the title of "the world's greatest archer" a distinction rarely enjoyed in any field during one's lifetime.] 231p - illus with photos - previous owner's inked name on endpaper o/w f/near f C$45.00

  56. Ellis, Billy. Hunter To The Dawn - Mississippi River Publishing - MS - 1988 1st. Edition [A country banker from Lexington, MS who during his thirty-five years of serious bowhunting has taken twenty-five species of big game. Many of these trophies are listed in the Pope & Young, Boone & Crockett, & Safari Club record books. To quote the immortal Fred Bear, "Billy Ellis will be numbered in the foreground of champions of hunting, a leader in the field of conservation and guardian of wildlife."] 236p - illus in clr & b/w - f/f C$20.00

  57. Fetner, P. Jay. The African Safari: The Ultimate Wildlife & Photographic Adventure - St Martins - NY - 1989 [This book brings together for the first time, the practical elements of planning a safari. Where to go; what to take; what t expect to see, how to photograph the animals, what lens, camera, film, nothing is left to chance including suggested game parks for the best animals of each species. The ultimate guide for anyone planning a hunting, photo, or game viewing safari.] 4to - 676p - profusely illus with incredible clr photos - f/f C$36.00

  58. Fitz, Grancel. North American Head Hunting - Oxford University Press - NY - 1957 1sr. edition [This collection of autobiographical adventure stories is based on the experiences of a hunter who, in the course of 38 trips from 1926 to 1955, became the first man in history to hunt all of the of the 24 different North American big species.] 188p - some foxing to front and back inside covers- prev owner's signature on front free end paper o/w vg/in mylar covered dust jacket. C$12.00 

  59. Foa, Eduard. After Big Game In Central Africa - Safari Press - CA - 1986 [Foa was the premier 10th century collector for the Paris National Museum. Transversing the entire continent from west to east between August 1894 and November 1897, he pursued his game in the area of what is today Tanzania and Zambia. Much on the elephant and the other members of the big five, as well as the plains game such as Lichtenstein's hartebeeste, kudu, eland, nyala, sable, waterbuck, etc. Translated from the French, with an introduction by Frederic Lees.] 330p - 71 illus & sketch map showing route - fully indexed - bound in navy cloth with glt pictorial cvr & glt titles - pictorial eps - Vol 3 in the publisher's Classics In African Hunting Series - Limited to 1000 hand numbered copies - f in f sc. C$70.00 

  60. Foa, Eduard. After Big Game In Central Africa -Briar Patch - SC - 1987 [Foa was the premier 10th century collector for the Paris National Museum. Transversing the entire continent from west to east between August 1894 and November 1897, he pursued his game in the area of what is today Tanzania and Zambia. Much on the elephant and the other members of the big five, as well as the plains game such as Lichtenstein's hartebeeste, kudu, eland, nyala, sable, waterbuck, etc. Translated from the French, with an introduction by Frederic Lees.] 326p - 71 illus & map of the author's route - bound in navy leather with glt titles - marbled eps - aeg - sewn in silk marker - f. C$60.00

  61. Another -St. Martins - NY - 1989 Peter Capstick, series editor.- 330p - 71 illus & sketch map of the author’s route - fully indexed - f/f C$30.00
  63. Foran, W. Robert. Kill Or Be Killed: The Rambling Reminiscences of an Amateur Hunter - St Martins - NY - 1988 [Major Foran once killed a lion while "garbed in dinner clothes and patent leather shoes" in the days when it was still possible to meet simba in the streets of Nairobi. He hunted the big five of dangerous game, experiencing many close shaves in the process. Adventurer, soldier, policeman, explorer, journalist, author, and ivory hunter, one of the most fascinating and entertaining characters of early East Africa___a fascinating read.] 320p - illus with photos - fully indexed - f/f C$60.00
  65. Frison, George C. Survival By Hunting: Prehistoric Human Predators And Animal Prey - Univ. Of California Press - CA - 2004 1st. Edition [While the North American Great Plains and Rocky Mountains have yielded many artifacts and other clues about the prehistoric people who once lived there, little is understood about the hunting practices that ensured their survival for thousands of years. George Frison, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of Wyoming brings a lifetime of experiences as a hunter, rancher, and guide to bear on excavation data from the region, illuminating hunting practices in entirely new ways.] 266p - illus - fully indexed - f/f C$37.00

  66. Garretson, Martin S. The American Bison - NY Zoological Society - NY - 1938 1st. Edition [In the eighteen-sixties Gen. Phil Sheridan and his aides undertook to estimate the number of buffalo between Fort Dodge, Kansas and Fort Supply, Oklahoma, a good day's ride apart. Their first estimate was ten billion animals. They figured again and adjusted their estimate to one billion. A third effort to be conservative arrived at a minimum of one hundred million. And that was only one herd. Some thirty years later a careful survey revealed an estimated 1,090 buffalo in the whole of North America. Relentless slaughter for profit, for sport, and sometimes for the simple lust of killing had within three decades come close to wiping out those earlier millions from the face of the earth. Garretson's account of the buffalo's extermination as a wild species and it's restoration under Federal protection forms one of the brightest chapters in the US conservation movement and is a very interesting read.] 254p - illus - fully indexed - pictorial end papers - near f/dj spine head chipping has been nicely restored and is barely noticeable under new brodart protective cover C$68.00

  67. Gates, Jay M. lll. Bucks I Have Taken (And Bucks That Got Away) - pp - Arizona - 1988 1st. Edition [The author, owner of Deer Hunter Enterprises in Kingman, Arizona and one of the most successful "big buck" trophy hunters in the western US, shares his stories, knowledge and trophies. Included are Mule Deer, Whitetail, Colombian Blacktail, Coues Whitetail, & Sitka Blacktail as well as a short chapter on a couple of great Elk, Sheep, Antelope & Caribou hunts.] 175p - illus with photos - lovely pictorial eps by Vernel Wagner - Photo pictorial cvrs - f. C$24.00 [2]

  68. Gordon, Nicholas. Ivory Knights - Chapmans - UK - 1991 1st. Edition [A story about the relationship between man, his environment, and the African elephant. Against a background of crisis & corruption, the author crise crossed Tanzania to search out the jangili (native ivory poachers). This is his story.] 206p - illus with clr photos - f/f C$12.00

  69. Gray, Prentice N. (ed.) Records Of North American Big Game - Derrydale - MS - 1990 [Reprint of the work originally published by Derrydale in 1932 in a LTD edition of 500 copies, under the auspices of the National Collection of Heads & Horns - New York Zoological Society - A book of the Boone & Crockett Club] 4to - records, photos, paintings by Rungius & others - bound in full gray cloth with glt lett sp & cvr - aeg - L/E of 2500 copies - f. C$15.00 [3]

  70. Grinnell, George Bird, Kermitt Roosevelt, W. Redmond Cross, Prentiss N. Gray (editors). Hunting Trails On Three Continents (A Book of the Boone and Crockett Club) - Windward House - NY - 1933 1st. Trade ed [One of the great Big-Game classics in a not often found edition] 302p - illus with photos - bound in red cloth with glt lett sp & glt pictorial cvr - sp head bit worn and sp glt faded, cover still nice & bright and inside vg. C$175.00

  71. Hagel, Bob. Hunting North American Big Game - Outdoor Life - NY - 1986 [A very unique work that deals astutely and in depth with every kind of big game in every kind of North American habitat.] 478p - illus. - fully indexed - f/f C$10.00 

  72. Hamilton, T.M. Native American Bows - Missouri Archaeological Society - Missouri - 1982 [An outstanding historical account of the bow in native America including the various types, their use and construction, regional application from the Arctic to the Plains. This updated publication of Hamilton's work includes an appendix by Bill Holm on the making of horn bows.] 163p - profusely illus drawings and photos - fully indexed - wrps - covers and outer edge slightly soiled from handling as well as a couple of smudges on page 86 however their are no torn or loose pages and aside from the faults described and a pos on the title page the book is vg. C$20.00

  73. Hemingway, Ernest. True At First Light - Scribner - NY - 1999 [A both revealing self-portrait and dramatic fictional chronicle of his final African safari, Ernest Hemingway's last unpublished work was written when he returned from Kenya in 1953. Edited by his son Patrick, who accompanied his father on that his last safari.] 319p - f/f C$35.00 [2]

  74. Hemingway, Hilary & Jeffry Lindsay. Hunting With Hemingway - Riverhead - 2000 [Fifteen years after the suicide of Ernest Hemingway's younger brother Leicester, his daughter Hilary received her curious inheritance: an audocassette recorded on one of the many evenings her father held court around a ceremonial fire on the family's Miami Beach estate, telling tales of narrow escapes on hunting trips with his famous older brother. Hilary and her family share these tales and the many mysteries of the Hemingway family throughout this interesting read.] 316p - pictorial end papers - f/f C$25.00

  75. Hemsing, Jan. Encounters With Lions - Trophy Room - CA - 1994 1st. Edition [Fierce or friendly, no one ever takes a lion for granted. When man & lion meet, the situation can become fierce, fatal, frightening, and yes, even humorous. Man's involvement with lions and lion hunting in Kenya, or British East Africa as it was then known is legendary as both settlers and big game hunters had to deal with the king of beasts. Respected author/editor Jan Hemsing's collection of Lion stories in this volume cover a broad spectrum of man's encounter's with Simba and include besides the thrilling accounts of Selous, Grogan, & Bror & Karen Blixen, contributions from Anthony Dyer, and John Sutton as well as Donald Ker & Syd Downey by courtesy of private stories from private diaries.] 302p - illus with photos - Limited to 1026 hand numbered copies signed by the author - f/f C$96.00

  76. Hibben, Dr. Frank C. Under The African Sun - Safari Press - CA - 1999 [The author, the oldest living Weatherby award winner has been on 36 African Safaris. From his first in 1949 to his most recent in 1997 he has hunted every major and minor game animal on the Dark Continent. Under The African Sun is Dr. Hibben's way of sharing these incredible experiences with you.] 305p - illus with clr photos - bound in green cloth with black pictorial cvr -Vol 27 in the publisher's "Classics In African Hunting Series" Limited to 1000 numbered copies, signed by the author - f in f sc. C$108.00
  78. Hines, Sherman. Hunters Guide To Professional Outfitters Worldwide - Pro Guide - Toronto, Canada - [The ultimate in outfitter & supplier information. Taxidermist directory, adventure stories, sporting arms, accessories, artists, trophy rooms. Over 2500 names and addresses of outfitters & taxidermists worldwide.] 4to - 260p - profusely illus in clr - f/f we have years 88-89-90-94-95/96 C$10.00 ea [5] 

  79. Hines, Sherman. Hunting And Fishing Alaska: with Master Guides Lynn Castle & Jimmie Rosenbruch - Pro Guide - Toronto, Canada - 1991 (in the scarce 1st. edition) [An exciting addition to Sherman Hines' Hunting and Fishing" pictorial series, featuring the written stories of master guides Castle & Rosenbruch, coupled with the images of master photographer Sherman Hines. Proof that once under the spell of Alaska's wilderness, no sportsman ever recovers.] 4to - 128p - profusely illus in full clr - f/f C$35.00


  83. Howard, John E.(ed) North American Big Game Hunting In The 1800's - Amwell - NJ - 1982 [An anthology of thirty-six carefully selected original stories from the golden age "1804 to 1890" of Big-Game hunting in North America.] 498p including a selected biblio - illus with original line drawings and clr frontis by Irene Bowers - bound in chocolate textured leatherette with glt titles, moiré silk eps - aeg - L/E of 1000 numbered copies produced for the NSFL - signed by the author, the illustrator & the president of the NSFL - f. in f. sc C$75.00 [2]


  85. Jones, Robert F. African Twilight - The Story Of A Hunter - Wilderness Adventure - MT - 1994 [12 stunning stories of East African hunting, the danger, and the changing face of Africa over a span of 3 decades by a highly praised writer and editor at large for Shooting Sportsman Magazine] 197p - illus with woodcuts by Steven Daiber - mapped eps - f/f C$44.00

  87. Kemp, Kenneth (ed) Tales Of The Big Game Hunters - St Martins - NY - 1986 [A collection of twenty-three stories from around the world by some of the top names in big-game history. Among others, authors include greats like Gordon Cumming, Paul Du Chaillu, W. C. Harris, Art Neumann, Frederick Selous, Sam Baker, and G.P. Sanderson . Forward by Kemp.] 211p - illus with line drawings and photos - f/f C$10.00
  89. Kittenberger, Kalman. Big Game Hunting And Collecting In East Africa 1903-1926 - St. Martins - NY - 1989 Peter Capstick, series editor [Hungarian born Kittenberger was a humorous, intrepid, hunter-collector, who once when mauled by a lion, amputated his own mauled finger and shipped it home in a preservative along with his other specimens. Kittenberger’s stories of his adventures on the Dark Continent are among the most heart-stopping, charming, and funny accounts of adventure in the Kenya Colony ever penned.] 348p - profusely illus with photos - vg+/f C$25.00
  91. Klineburger, Bert. International Hunter 1945 - 1999 - Sportsman On Film Inc. - TX - 2000 [The author's life reads like the history of the 20th. Century: He hunted in Alaska with the pre-statehood pioneers; operated safari companies while living in Uganda before Idi Amin; hunted in the C.A.R. before elephant poaching nearly destroyed the herds; was in Zaire before losing everything he had except his life; opened Afghanistan for Marco Polo sheep and took hunters to the Roof of the World and found himself in the middle of the Eastern Block as communism fell. This is an outstanding account of the fabulous and exotic hunting areas available to the international hunter by one of the most respected big game hunters in modern times.] 4to - 401p - illus with photos - fully indexed - f/f C$90.00

  93. Kroll, Dr. James C. Producing and Harvesting White-tailed Deer - pp - TX - 1992 [A definitive and exhaustive work on the subject, and considered as the "New Testament" in deer management and deer hunting. Written in easily understood language, this work is divided into three parts. Part 1. Covers everything one needs to know in order to effectively manage whitetails, as well as, produce a large number of quality bucks. Part ll proceeds under the premise: Now that you have grown them, how are you going to harvest them? This part defines the notion that game is a product of land management and it is designed to make you a better hunter. Part lll deals with the need to deal effective with people, and covers those skills necessary in dealing with a growing anti-hunter bias in modern society. Anti-hunting issues are discussed honestly and frankly. Dr. Kroll, one of America's foremost authorities is the Director of White-tailed Deer Management & Research. Stephen F. Austin State University at Nacogdoches, Texas, and is a regular contributor to more than 30 outdoor magazines.] 4to - 591p - profusely illus with photos, chart, tables & graphs - fully indexed - f/near f. C$92.00



  99. Lapinski, Mike - Dwight Schuh - Wayne Van Zwoll & Duane Wiltse All About Elk - North American Hunting Club Inc. - MN - 1987 [A very comprehensive & informative work with contributions from four experienced elk huntersHistory, trip planning (guided & unguided), hunting during & after the rut, Elk rifles, bow hunting, personal conditioning, field dressing & more] 253p - illus, photos, maps, drawings - pictorial eps - bound in burgundy buckram with gold titles - fully indexed - f. C$10.00 

  101. Lattimer, Dick. I Remember Papa Bear - ihunt! Communications - MN - 2005 first edition [The author, in charge of advertising & public relations for Fred Bear & Bear Archery of 23 years, reflects on the history of the Bear Archery and his close personal relationship with it's founder.] 368p - illus with photos - bound in pictorial covers - f. C$32.00 [2]

  103. Laubach, Don & Mark Henckel. The Elk Hunter - Falcon - MT - 1989 [The ultimate source book on elk & elk hunting from past to present, for the beginner and expert alike.] 225p - illus with photos - wrps - f. C$10.00

  105. Letcher, Owen - Big Game Hunting In North-Eastern Rhodesia - St. Martins - NY - 1987 Peter Capstick, Series Editor. [One of the few African hunting books to concentrate on the "Big 5" at the turn of the last century in this fascinating area, now Zambia] 266 pgs. - illustrated with photos - f/f  C$15.00 [2]


  107. Lyell, Denis D. African Adventures : Letters from Famous Big-Game Hunters - St. Martins - NY - 1998 First edition [Peter Capstick series editor] [Lyell, himself one of the most memorable big game hunters in African history, corresponded with all the greats of African hunting: Selous, Stigand, Pease,, Colonel Stevenson-Hamilton, Cuninghame, and others. Their private letters written to Lyell create an indelible, honest impression of life in the bush that words written for publication cannot. From descriptions of immense danger to exchanges on guns and ammo based on long experience this volume is a running commentary on life as it really was.] 270p - illus with photos - fully indexed - f/f C$45.00
  109. Marsh, Anthony S. Fourteen Years in the African Bush - Safari - CA - 1998 [Tony Marsh's decision to renounce civilized life in England and become a game warden in Kenya is not your run-of-the-mill tale. Attracted by an add in an English newspaper, the author at age 30 soon found himself in charge of the Kenya Game Department's elephant control. "Fourteen Years in the African Bush" is an interesting story of one man's dangerous adventure tracking and disposing of rogue and troublesome elephants in a land often remote from the comforts of a civilization.] 298p - illus with photos - f/f C$50.00 


  111. Massey, Jay. The Bowyer's Craft - Bear Paw - Alaska - 1987 1st. Edition [To-day, more and more of the more than two million archery hunters in America are seeking ways to derive more pleasure and satisfaction from their sport. Archery and bowhunting which underwent drastic changes following the invention of the compound bow devise, has made a swing in the opposite direction with thousands of archers going back to traditional archery gear: the time-tested longbow & recurve. Massey, now a legend in longbow knowledge and use, offers the basic information required by anyone wishing to build any type of traditional bow, whether it be a replica of a sinew-backed Indian bow or a traditional English longbow.] 176p - illus with photos & drawings - f/near f. C$55.00

  112. McElroy, C.J. McElroy Hunts Asia - Safari - CA - 1989 [This is the third book by McElroy, founder and Chairman Emeritus of Safari Club International. . More than a book about the golden age of hunting in Asia, it is a collection of stories about people, places, and things this much traveled big game hunter encountered in India, Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan, Russia, Mongolia and Nepal. Not only does the author take his readers to these exotic places, he gives rare insights into many countries, and the human and animal inhabitants of lands that today are beyond the reach of the spirited sportsman, no matter how great his desire or how willing his acceptance of the hardships of the travel may be. Political unrest, economic conditions and even armed conflict have now made inaccessible some of the beautiful areas described.] 205p - illus with photos - forward by H.I.H. Prince Abdorreza - f/f C$56.00

  114. Melliss, Captain C.J. Lion Hunting In Somaliland - St. Martins - NY - 1991 - Peter Capstick, Series Editor. [Melliss, a captain in the British 9th. Bombay Infantry provides an account of his adventures hunting lions and "pigsticking" warthogs at in the late 1800s] 186 pgs. - illus with drawings and photos - f/f C$28.00 [4]
  115. Mellon, James. African Hunter - Harcourt Brace Jovanovich - NY - 1975 1st ed. [Considered by many as the definite work on African hunting adventure with 21 of the 52 chapters written by Mellon himself. The other 31 chapters were commissioned by Mellon from leading authorities on African game. Together these stories produce, "the bible" on African safari including information of the distribution of game animals, the areas that have produced the finest trophies & the best time of year to hunt by species, selection of weapons, field care, and preparation of trophies. It includes breath taking accounts of brushes with death and others fatal in pursuit of the African big five.] 4to - 522p - illus with 382 spectacular photos of scenes of the chase - f/dj chipped along upper edge o/w vg+ C$180.00

  117. Millais, John Guille. A Breath from the Veldt - Briar Patch - SC - 1987 [Born in London in 1869, the fourth son of the famous Victorian artist, Sir John Everett Millais, John Guille developed a well-rounded personality with a keen interest in life. Typical of many Englishmen of the Victorian period, he sought adventure in the manly pursuits of hunting, shooting, and fishing but it was his ability to write, and especially draw, as well as his scientific attitudes toward nature that lifted him above the run of his contemporaries. A Breath From The Veldt is an outstanding and beautiful rendering of this famous British hunter-naturalist-artist's depiction of the wildlife of Africa.] 4to - 345p - profusely illus with the author's exceptional drawings - bound in full forest green leather with glt pictorial cvrs & glt titles - aeg - marbled eps - sewn in silk marker & raised bands - deluxe edition limited to 500 numbered copies - f. C$100.00


  119. Moyer, John W. Trophy Heads - Ronald - NY - 1962 1st. Ed. [An exceptional work by the author, a former taxidermist with the Chicago Natural History Museum. Besides a wealth of information in respect to big-game sought as trophies on five continents, Moyer outlines the life history of each species depicted together with range maps, and statistical data as to significant species taken.] 4to - 258p - profusely illus with 74 exceptional photos of outstanding mounts - fully indexed - bound in blue cloth with glt lett sp & cvr - sp faded o/w near f. C$45.00

  121. Munger, Robert S. Trailing a Bear - pp - MI - 1995 [Adventures of Fred Bear and Bob Munger. Fred Bear has shared countless campfires with many unique and enjoyable personalities but there was no hesitation when he recalled his favorite hunting companion...."It's Bob Munger" Fred would say, "We've gone a lot of places, done a lot of things, been through some real tough hunts..." This is a unique, privately published account of Munger's world wide travels with the famous founder of the Bear Archery Company.] wrps - 352p - illus with photos - pos o/w vg+. C$68.00


  123. O’Connor, Jack. The Art Of Hunting Big Game In North America - Knopf - NY - 1967 1st. edition [sheep, elk, moose, grizzly, and more, from a legend in the big game arena] 404p - illus with photos - fully indexed - f/ndj C$20.00

  125. O'Connor, Jack. The Best of Jack O'Connor - Amwell, NJ - 1985 3rd. trade edition [The title says it all. A selection of some of the great writer's most memorable stories., many written during his three decade tenure at Outdoor Life.] 4to - 192p - illus with photos - f in f pictorial slip case C$60.00

  127. Ondaatje, Christopher - Hemingway In Africa: The Last Safari - Overlook - NY - 2003 [The author, himself an explorer, followed the routes of both of Hemingway's two major African safaris to produce this exceptional account of Hemingway's fascination with Africa and his outstanding ability to share that fascination with his readers in print.] 237p - illus with exceptional photos - f/f C$40.00 [2]

  129. Patterson, Lieut. Col. J.H. The Man-Eaters of Tsavo - St Martins - NY - 1986 [When it first appeared in 1907, The Man-Eaters of Tsavo gained instant recognition as one of the greatest adventure stories ever told. Having appeared in at least 26 editions by the end of WW ll and numerous since, Patterson's captivating story begins on August 13, 1896 with the British House of Lords passing the controversial Uganda Railway Bill, authorizing the construction of a 584 mile rail line from the Indian Ocean port of Mombassa to Lake Victoria. Patterson , who had been serving as an Indian Army Officer was chosen to oversee the project. Besides the usual obstacles customary to such an undertaking, frequent fatal attacks by a pair of savage lions intent on carrying workers off into the bush, created near hysteria. These two beasts, among the most cunning in recorded history became the focus of the entire project, delaying construction for lengthy periods until Patterson successfully hunted and destroyed them. Both eventually went on display in Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History, where they can still be seen today.] 346p - illus with photos - f/f C$32.00 

  130. Another - Briar Patch - SC - 1986 - [ 350p - illus with photos - bound in burgundy leather with glt pictorial cvr & glt titles - aeg - marbled eps - sewn in silk marker and raised bands - limited to 500 numbered copies - vg+. C$120.00

  132. Pease, Sir Alfred E. The Book Of The Lion - St Martins - NY - 1987 - Peter Capstick, Series Editor. [Considered by some, including the immortal Denis Lyell, to be the finest book ever published on the subject, it remains accurate and useful today--several decades after it's original publication. Pease, with whom Theodore Roosevelt hunted his first lions, describes all aspects of lion history & lion hunting, drawing heavily on his own experiences in British East Africa. A fascinating classic by one of the greatest names in African hunting literature.] 291p - illus - fully indexed - f/tiny chip to lower edge of dj backstrap o/w f. C$40.00
  134. Percival, A. Blayney. A Game Ranger’s Notebook - Briar Patch African Collection - NC - 1987 [Percival spent nearly thirty years in Africa, twenty-two of them as Kenya’s first warden, his knowledge of African big-game is unparalleled.] 409p, illus with photos - introduction by John A Mackenzie, University of Lancaster, England - bound in textured tan leatherette with glt titles - aeg - sewn in silk markers - raised hubs and marbled end papers - f. C$85.00  

  136. Phillips, John E. The Master's Secrets of Bowhunting Deer - Larsen's - FL - 1993 [A selection of proven methods from the leading bow hunters in the US.] 160p - illus with photos & drawings - wrps - near fine. C$12.00 
  138. Pope, Saxton. Hunting With The Bow & Arrow - Wolfe - AZ - 1991 [This book first written by Saxton Pope in 1923 sparked the birth of modern bow hunting for big game. Its insights, instructions and adventures so masterfully put down in ink, by the man who lived it, served to inspire and create the hundreds of thousands of bowhunters who later were able to put the bow and arrow in its rightful place as a legitimate weapon legal for the taking of big game in North America and around the globe. It is the cornerstone of bowhunting literature and any bowhunter's library without it is missing the principles and philosophy of what hunting with the bow was meant to be.] 257p - illus with photos and drawings - bound in forest green buckram with gold titles and cvr art - previous owner's inked name on end paper o/w f. C$52.00

  140. Pope, Saxton. The Adventurous Bowmen - Wolfe - AZ - 1991 [The legendary archer's second book, this time detailing bowhunting adventures in Africa. First published in 1926, Pope tells the tale of the challenge of bowhunting lions in the dark continent. From the glowing successes to the disappointing failures it reveals the daring of these early sportsmen, on their journey to prove their weapons as they hunt one of the world's most dangerous game animals. In the last chapter, Dr. Pope writes as if willing to us, all the materials for the making of archery tackle, like a premonition that time was short. He died a few months after the release of the original book.] 233p - illus -bound in forest green buckram with gold titles and cvr art - previous owner's inked name on end paper o/w f. C$52.00

  142. Pope & Young Club. Bowhunting Big Game Records Of North America - Pope & Young - CA - 1987 3rd edition [Three parts: The Tradition; The Chase; The Records. A magnificent work completed under the editorial direction of Lee Kline.] 4to - 392p - profusely illus with photos & 16 exceptional clr plates of paintings by Michael Sieve & Dave Wade - f/f C$72.00

  144. Potocki, Count Joseph. Sport In Somaliland - Briar Patch - SC - 1988 [The late Victorian & Edwardian eras brought unbelievable interest in hunting and shooting. None ever to trivial to cover in print and The Field publication kept avid sportsmen appraised of all aspects of the latest developments. This opulent period also witnessed the publication of hundreds of books on adventure and shooting. In the late 1800's one publisher clearly established himself as a leader in producing quality works on big game hunting. Among the most sumptuous books that Roland Ward produced was Sport In Somaliland. Count Potocki a native of the Province of Volhynia (once part of Poland) but under Russian control by the nineteenth century, had a vast estate and game reserve in this region and a castle where his trophies from India, Ceylon, and Somaliland as well as the Blue Nile, were displayed. Sport In Somaliland is an account of a hunting trip to that region that Potocki embarked on in 1895 together with two fellow Counts.] 4to - 136p - beautifully illus in half tones and b/w - fold out map - bound in chocolate leather with glt pictorial cvr & glt titles - aeg - marbled eps - sewn in silk marker and raised bands - f. C$152.00

  146. Powell-Cotton, Major P.H.G. A Sporting Trip Through Abyssinia - Briar Patch - SC - 1990 [Being the narrative of a nine month journey from the plains of Hawash to the snow of Semien, hunting game from elephant to ibex, and notes on the manners and customs of the natives. A much sought after book on the game of Ethiopia originally published in 1902 by Rowland Ward.] 521p - illus with photos - Bound in rust leather with glt pictorial cvr & glt titles, marbled eps - aeg - sewn in silk marker, and raised banks - f. C$150.00

  147. Prothero, Walter. Safari: A Dangerous Game - Safari - CA - 2000 [The author's quest for big game has taken him through many Canadian provinces, nearly every western state, and much of Africa. He recounts current stories of exceptionally dangerous and at time deadly encounters in Nambia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Mozambique, and Tanzania.] 215p - illus with photos - f/f C$45.00

  149. Prothero, Walter. Stalking Big Game - Stackpole - PA - 1992 1st ed. [Most big-game hunters have at one time or another felt that sinking feeling from watching a patiently pursued quarry bound off after picking up a scent or sight of them. The author who's quest for big-game has taken him to three continents, offers some expert advise on getting in close enough for a clean shot] 207p - illus with photos - signed by the author - f/f C$15.00
  151. Another - f/f - not signed - C$10.00 [2]

  153. Putman, Rory. The Natural History of Deer - Comstock Cornell - Ithica, NY - 1988 [A review of the current knowledge of the biology and natural history of the world's 40 species of deer.] 191p - illus with clr photos, tables, charts, and drawings - fully indexed - f/f C$24.00

  155. Puxley, Frank Lavallin. In African Game Tracks: Wandering With A Rifle Through Eastern Africa - Trophy Room - CA - 1993 [A facsimile reprint edition of a work first published for Rowland Ward by H.F.& G. Witherby in 1929 [Puxley’s adventures in Africa began in Zanzibar in 1896 with the outbreak of the Matabili war when he signed on with F.C. Selous and the 11th. Bulawayo Field Force. One of the last survivors of the "Selous Scouts", Puxley recounts his service years in the Boer War and his years hunting from the Sudan in the north to the Cape Colony in the south. Comprising at that time the West Nile & Uganda, Kenya, Tanganyika Territories, Nyasalands, Mozambique, North & South Rhodesia, & Bechuanaland among others.] 320p - illus with a frontis + 12 plates - limited to 750 hand numbered copies signed by the publisher - bound in rich blue buckram with gold titles & decorative end papers - fully indexed - f/f C$85.00
  156. Radclyffe, C.R.E. Big Game Hunting In Alaska - Safari - CA - 2008 [Capt. Charles Radclyffe first visited Kenai Peninsula in 1903 a relatively new destination for sport hunting. An interesting account of the pursuit of Dall Sheep, Brown Bear and Moose in early times. This fascinating account of an English Gentleman's adventures in the Alaska wilderness is a facsimile of the work first published by Roland Ward in 1904.] 292p - illus with photos - fully indexed f/f C$60.00 [2]

  157. Randall, Maurice. Game, Glory, & Bitter Blood - Memories of an African Hunter - Amwell - NJ - 1990 [The true account of the lives of two youths, arriving in Kenya as children and growing to adulthood in security there until they were uprooted by the "wind of change" It is an account of farming in the early days of settlement, of hunting the wide open plains abounding in wildlife, of camping out in the open, and later, when the war came, of service in desert areas.] 220p - illus with photos - bound in red buckram with glt deco cvr & glt lett sp -L/E of 1000 numbered copies produced for the NSFL - signed by the author, and the president of the NSFL - f. in sc C$96.00 [2]
  158. Roosevelt, Theodore. African Game Trails - St. Martins - NY - 1988 Peter Capstick, Series Editor [Long acknowledged as one of the all time classics in African hunting literature. Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States and his son Kermit, embarked on an incredible safari to East Africa in 1908, this is the President's thrilling account of their adventure.] 583p - illus with photos - fully indexed - f/f C$40.00 [2]

  159. Roosevelt, Theodore. Outdoor Pastimes Of An American Hunter - Scribners - NY - 1905 1st. Edition [With the cougar hounds; A Colorado bear hunt; Wolf-coursing; Pronghorns in the cattle country; Mountain sheep; Whitetails; Mule-deer; Wapiti; Yellowstone Park; Even a chapter on big-game books. We don't often have this great American classic in a first edition.] 369p - illus with some exceptional photos of early life in the American west - bound in original brown cloth with glt pictorial (cougar head) and glt titles - teg - cracked front hinge repaired, fresh eps - a small green ink stain on the lower outer edge next to the spine has migrated to the lower border of several center page margins (about the size of a dime), corners nicked - other than the faults described we give this old gem a vg. C$75.00 [2]


  163. Rothhaar, Roger. Whitetail Magic - Privately Published - OH - 1993 1st. edition [Although published only 13 yrs ago, this incredibly popular accumulation of more than 45 yrs. of adventure, techniques, and observation in trophy whitetail hunting by one of America's foremost bow hunters is now among the most difficult to find, a testament to it's popularity and the unwillingness of it's owner's to pass it along.] 269p - illus with photos & sketches - bound in pictorial cvrs - previous owner's inked name & date on endpaper o/w f. C$85.00

  165. Ruark, Robert. Use Enough Gun - New American Library - NY - 1966 1st. edition [Another great Ruark classic in the coveted first edition.] 333p - - pictorial endpapers - illus with photos - pos o/w f/vg+ C$45.00 [2]

  167. Rue, Leonard Lee. The World Of The White-tailed Deer - Lippincott - PA - 1962 [Author - Photographer, Rue produced this work after spending several years studying the movement, habits, & life of the eastern whitetail deer through four seasons.] 134p - illus with exceptional photos - f/vg C$8.00 [4]

  169. Russell, Andy. Grizzly Country - Knopf - NY - 1967 1st ed. [Big-game hunting as well as the natural history of the Grizzly from a noted guide, hunter-naturalist & photographer, who lives among them in the Foothills of the Canadian Rockies] 302p - illus with photos - pos - vg/vg - C$24.00
  170. Safari Club International. Record Book Of Trophy Animals: Africa Field Edition Vlll Vol 1 - SCI - Arizona - 1993 [A mammoth undertaking containing 35,467 entries, submitted by 3,572 SCI members, measured by 831 measurers, and guided by 1734 professional guides.] 4to - 946p - illus with hundreds of photos - wrps - f. C$60.00 (extra shipping, heavy book)

  172. Another - Seventh Edition, Vol 2 - 1991 (Limited to 1000 hand numbered copies) $80.00 (extra shipping, heavy book)

  174. Safari Press (editors) Great Hunters: Their Trophy Rooms And Collections Volume 1 - Safari - CA - 1991 [A photographic journey into the trophy rooms of some of the finest collections in the world.] 4to - 172p - illus in exceptional full color, many photographed by the world's leading photographers specifically for this book - f/f C$64.00

  176. Another - Volume 2 - 1998 - 244p - f/f C$64.00

  178. Another -Volume 3 - 2001 - 208p - f/f C$64.00

  180. Samson, Jack. The Bear Book - Amwell - NJ - Trade ed 1982 [An anthology of stories of man's encounters with bears from the days of Lewis & Clark to the present.] 238p - illus by Al Barker - forward by Jim Rikhoff - f/f C$28.00 [2]

  182. Sanchez-Arino, Tony. Elephants, Ivory, & Hunters - Safari - CA - 2002 1st. edition [A revised and updated edition of "On The Trail of the African Elephant", the most thorough book ever written on the African elephant from a hunter's point of view. This latest work by Sanchez-Arino is full of both historical and recent anecdotes, information, stories, and photos from the illustrious ivory hunters of yesteryear to the biggest tuskers shot in recent years. Sanchez has spent nearly 50 years hunting elephant in Africa and still is a professional hunter in Africa today. This is a magnificent tribute to one of the world's greatest game animals by an hunter-author who's knowledge of the species is unparalleled.] 278p - illus with photos - f/f  out of print and very scarce C$165.00 [3]

  184. Sanchez-Arino, Tony - The Last Of The Few - Safari - CA - 1995 1st. Edition [An account of forty-two years of African hunting by a pillar among the elite of Africa's professional hunters. Tony began hunting the Dark Continent in 1952 in West Africa and has hunted and guided in the Cameroon, the Sudan, Kenya, the CAR, Botswana, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, & Zimbabwe. This is the fascinating story of one of the longest professional big-game careers in history.] 250p - illus with photos - Limited to 1000 signed and hand numbered copies - number seventeen in the publisher's "Classics In African Hunting Series" f in a f sc C$200.00

  187. Schullery, Paul. The Bear Hunter's Century - Stackpole - PA - 1988 [The years from 1820 to 1920 saw the sport of bear hunting in America at it's greatest flowering. The ten men profiled in this golden age range from a Confederate general to a former slave, from a US President to a backwoods hermit. Some you will recognize, others you will not but together their stories represent an exciting lost era in American sport] 252p - illus - f/f C$24.00 [2]

  189. Seia, Hugo. Mundjamba: The Life Story of an African Hunter - Trophy Room - CA - 1995 [It is appropriate for this autobiography to have an African and hunting related name. Hugo Seia is one of the few privileged to have led a truly African life, in an African country, at an African "Time" when unparalleled opportunities existed to hunt African game. Furthermore as Chefe de Posto, Hugo was able to hunt freely throughout the most remote regions of his native Angola where game abounded. In 1975 Hugo and his family were forced by war to flee their homeland with little but the clothes on their backs. Their incredible escape recorded in this book in graphic detail ends only one period of time for Seia as he begins an exciting and rewarding new life in the world of international professional hunting in Central & Eastern Africa.] 4to - 383p - profusely illus with photos - Limited to 1000 hand numbered copies, signed by the author - f/f C$120.00 

  191. Selous, Frederick Courtney. A Hunter’s Wanderings In Africa - Briar Patch - NC -1986 [Being a narrative of nine years in the life of the greatest of all African big game hunters recorded during his explorations beyond the Zambezi, on the river Chobe, and in the Matabele and Mashuna countries, with full notes upon the natural history and distribution of all the large mammals.] 455p - illus with drawings and a fold out map - bound in black leather with glt titles, marbled eps - aeg - sewn in silk marker, and raised bands new forward by Jim Casada - fully indexed - f. copy $85.00  

  193. Selous, Frederick Courtney. Sport and Travel - East and West - Wolfe - AZ - 1988 [A nice facsimile reprint of the famous big-game hunter's classic work published in 1900. A month in Asia Minor, wild goats on the Maimun Daugh, travel - sport & ornithology in Asia Minor, notes on a latter-day hunting trip in the Rocky Mountains plus three chapters on a second trip to the Rocky Mountains.] 311p - profusely illus with photos - L/E of 1000 copies - f. C$32.00

  195. Seton-Karr, H.W. Shores And Alps of Alaska -Samson, Low, Marston, , Searle, & Rivington - UK - 1887 1st. edition [From the preface: "The clearest and simplest manner of describing a journey of exploration, of sport, or of adventure, is often in the form of the original diary_penned in situ from day to day in the tent, the forest, or the canoe, on the shore, the glacier, or the mountain side. Such a book does this profess to be, having the merits, if it has the defects, of an instantaneous word-photograph, rather than of a carefully elaborated work of art". And so it was as the New York Times expedition set forth across Canada on the new CPR not yet completed through the Rockies then up the coastal regions of British Columbia and Alaska where they would make their attempt upon Mount St. Elias. A fascinating account of early exploration in an uncharted land by a highly respected Explorer, Big Game hunter, and Member of the British Cabinet who would later be Knighted. Tragically, the author would loose his life in 1914 when C.P's Empress of Ireland sank in the St. Lawrence River.] 248p - illus + 2 maps [lacks folding map]- lovely early rebinding by Brown, Edinburgh in ½ deep burgundy leather, raised glt bands and glt title to sp - very minimal shelf-wear to cvr edges & corners, very little glt remaining on sp title, slight foxing to eps & 2 closed tears to the text lower border o/w a very tight and desirable copy of an extremely rare and collectable work. Overall we give it a vg+. C$100.00

  197. Shakespear, Captain Henry (Commendant Nagpore Irregular Force). The Wild Sports Of India - Ticknor & Fields - Boston 1860 author's edition   
  198. being an account of the author's experiences in India hunting hogs, tiger, panther, bear, buffalo, and elephant with remarks on the breeding and rearing of horses, and the formation of light irregular cavalry. The author arrived in India from England in 1834.] 283p - bound in original brown textured boards with fresh eps and a lovely spine replacement of brown kid leather with glt titles - pages browned with age, cvr corners worn o/w vg. (handsomely restored) C$125.00


  199. Smith, Richard P. Deer Hunting - Stackpole - PA - 1991 [A professional guide to North America's most popular big game animal. Whitetail, Mule Deer, and Exotics with gun, bow, and camera, all three disciplines in a single volume.] wrps - 260p - illus with photos - f. C$10.00

  200. Sudbeck, Odie. Awesome Antlers of North America: 500 World Class Bucks - pp - KS - 1993 1st. Edition [The N.A. continent is blessed with a rich heritage of beautiful antlered deer. Whether whitetail, mule, elk, caribou, or moose, each member of the deer family is an awesome sight to behold. Awesome Antlers of North America has been written to recognize this heritage and to satisfy an appetite that the author, and millions of other whitetail and mule deer enthusiasts have for huge trophy bucks. This book meets this need in three ways: 1. It provides valuable knowledge about growth and formation of antlers. 2. It provides the opportunity to view and admire photos of the world's most awesome antlers, gathered together for the first time. 3. It provides the hunting tactics and trophy locations that produce world class bucks.] 280p - profusely illus in clr & b/w - bound in pictorial covers - f. C$32.00

  202. Sudbeck, Odie. Heartland Trophy Whitetails: Major Mulies - pp - KS - 1993 [Sudbeck discusses (4) US States: Kansas; Missouri; Nebraska; & Iowa, that have the ideal combination of ingredients necessary for the production of trophy whitetails. Mild winters, and mixed hardwoods that are interspersed with abundantly rich farmland provide the climate, cover, and nutrition needed. Over the past thirty years these heartland states have produced (4) of the largest sets of antlers (including sheds) in the US.] 272p - profusely illus with photos and accompanying text - bound in pictorial cvrs - f. C$24.00

  204. Sutherland, James. The Adventures of an Elephant Hunter - Safari - CA - 2002 [First published by the author in 1912 and with such appeal that a second printing followed one month later. Regarded as one of the best elephant hunting titles ever, Sutherland's classic tale is one of the few to rival that of Walter Bell' books. Among the estimated 1200 elephants he shot were some colossal tuskers. His best pair weighed in at 152 and 137 pounds.] 324p - illus with photos - fully indexed - f/f C$50.00 [3]

  206. Sutton, Dr. Richard L. Tiger Trails in Southern Asia - Mosby - St. Louis 1926 1st. Edition [The author and his party hunting Tiger throughout southern Asia with much on the customs, natives, and wildlife in general.] 207p - illus with photos -very slight shelf wear and minimal soilage to covers o/w vg. C$72.00

  208. Swiggett, Hal. Hal Swiggett on North American Deer - Jolex - NJ - 1980 1st. ed. [Covers all North American species of Deer with tips from the experts on hunting them with rifle, shotgun, muzzleloader, bow & handgun with chapters on field-dressing, care of meat, cooking, care of knives, & preparing the cape for taxidermy.] 273p - illus - f/f C$10.00

  210. Taylor, John. Pondoro: Last of The Ivory Hunters - Safari - CA - 1989 [For more than 30 yrs. the author hunted in Africa, often out of touch with civilization for as long as three and four yeas at a time, claiming to have learned of WW 11 only after some of his men sent for provisions, returned with tea & salt wrapped in old newspapers. Few African books in modern history have enjoyed as many printings as this classic.] 354p - illus with photos - f/f C$45.00 [3]

  212. Thomas, E. Donnall Jr. Longbow Country - TMB Inc - ID - 1995 First edition [Thomas's affair with the long bow shines in this one as he shares his adventures from hunting black bears in Alaska to Arizona javelina to the wild pigs of Hawaii. The twenty one essays in this book are written from the heart by one of the top outdoor writers of our time.] 146p - illus with photos - tough book to find these days and this one inscribed by the author f/f C$80.00

  214. Taylor, Stephen. The Mighty Nimrod - Collins - UK - 1989 1st. edition [Being the life of Frederick Courteney Selous, African Hunter and Adventurer 1851 - 1917. An outstanding biography of arguably the most famous of the African hunters of the Victorian Period.] 321 p - illus with photos - mapped end papers - f/f and very scarce at this price C$150.00

  216. Unger, Frederick William. Roosevelt's Hunting Trip To Africa - Thompson - Chicago - 1909 1st. Edition [Being the story of his life, the voyage from New York to Mombasa, and the route through the heart of Africa, including the big game and other ferocious animals, strange peoples and Countries found in the course of his travels. This extremely rare biography describes in detail, Roosevelt's historical African expedition under the auspices of the Smithsonian Institute. A rare opportunity for T.R collectors.] 440p - lavishly illustrated with photos from the expedition, maps, and numerous engravings - bound in original red cloth with pictorial cover including a cameo photo of Roosevelt - cover's bit faded, with minor shelf wear along leading edges, lower corners worn to boards, front hinge starting, inked name written (twice) inside rear cover, and again on (5) different pages thoughout the book (none interfering with the printed text) - aside from the various faults described, the binding of this highly collectable work is sound and the pages clean, overall it rates a vg. C$220.00

  218. Van Zwoll, Wayne. Elk Rifles, Cartridges And Hunting Tactics - pp by the author - WA - 1992 1st. ed [This quite simply has to be the most comprehensive and well written "species specific" book we have seen. Absolutely nothing is left to chance. Van Zwoll has a handsome list of hunting and shooting credentials that make this volume nothing short of excellent.] 416p - illus with photos - fully indexed - nice textured pictorial cvrs - inscribed by the author - f. C$40.00

  220. Van Zwoll, Wayne. Mastering Mule Deer - North American Hunting Club - MN - 1888 [One of the most authoritative books on hunting mule deer. It unveils the most proven techniques, and deciphers the technical information that help to understand the habits & behavior of mule & black-tail deer.] 282p - illus with photos - fully indexed - inscribed by the author - f. C$20.00

  222. Vettier, Dr. Jacques. Big Game Hunting In Asia, Africa, And Elsewhere Trophy Room - CA - 1993 1st. English language edition [First published in France in 1990 and following much success in the European market, Trophy Room Books of Agoura, California published this lavish first English edition containing 10 additional chapters. Dr. Vettier has quite literally hunted the world over for the most exotic of animals. In Africa he shot mountain nyala, elephant, bongo, lion, giant eland, leopard, buffalo. In Asia he shot most of the wild sheep species outside of Iran as well as an extraordinary four markhors. Across the America's he has taken jaguar, dall sheep, brown bear, desert sheep, bighorn, polar bear, and mouflon. Interspersed with the author's philosophy on hunting is his sometimes "sharp pen" about fellow hunters.] 4to - 367p - profusely illus with photos - bound in lovely bright green buckram with glt titles and a wonderful gilt marhor on cover - pictorial eps - Limited to 1000 signed and hand numbered copies - f. C$225.00

  224. Von Blixen - Finecke, Bror African Hunter - St. Martins - NY - 1986 Peter Capstick, series editor [Although perhaps best remembered to-day as the husband of novelist Isak Dinesen, Bror von Blixen was a brilliant and courageous big game hunter in his own right, and as this spellbinding book proves admirably, a highly accomplished story-teller. Here, in witty and conversational prose, the author describes his years in Africa with fascinating insights into his own domestic life, and thrilling accounts of big game hunting in pre WW 11 Africa.] 284p - illus with photos - fully indexed -  f/f C$45.00

  227. Wensel, Gene. Come November - pp - IO - 2001 1st. Edition [The Whitetail experience -- Fifty years of paying attention to deer.] 259p - illus - bound in green buckram with gold titles - inscribed by the author - f. C$88.00

  229. Wensel, Gene. One Man's Whitetail - pp - MT - 1988 [Inspired by the overwhelming interest in his first book "Hunting Rutting Whitetails" which according to the ton of mail received by the author, accusing him of being directly responsible for the harvesting of literally hundreds of trophy whitetail bucks, was a huge success. One Man's Whitetail goes beyond the author's first book in several respects. First he is a bit more at ease with the pen , more comfortable in sharing his personal philosophies and last but certainly not least, includes in this release, much on bow hunting, tree stand technique and equipment. Now an all time Whitetail classic] 218p - illus with photos and the lovely drawings of Mike Graham - bound in pictorial covers - f. C$85.00

  231. Wensel, Gene. The Rarest Works of Saxton Pope - Privately Published - Stevensville, MT - nd [A collection of the research data and University of California papers by the late Saxton Pope, most relative to his study of Yahi and other traditional native archery equipment and methods, the life and medical studies conducted on Ishi, as well as the extensive study of early bows and arrows. This very scarce work researched and published by Gene Wensel is a treasury of early archery methods, materials, their construction and use.] 4to - wrps - pages not numbered [about 200] - illus with photos & drawings - f. C$45.00

  233. Whitney, Casper. Jungle Trails And Jungle People - Scribner's - NY - 1905 1st. Edition [Travel and hunting elephant, buffalo, wild cattle, rhino, tiger, boar, seladang, and leopard in Siam, Sumatra, India, and Malaya including much on the life and customs of the native peoples of the countries traveled.] 310p - illus with photos - bound in original blue-green with exceptional glt & ivory pictorial cvrs & titles (elephant tusks and saddle) - interesting Alfred Richard Collins Memorial bookplate on front paste down - hinges starting, a few marks and the usual outer edge dust soilage o/w vg. C$152.00

  235. Whitney, Caspar et al Musk-Ox, Bison, Sheep & Goat - MacMillan - UK - 1904 [Big game experiences of Whitney + Bison by George Bird Grinnell, and Mountain Sheep & White Goat hunting by Owen Wister.] 248p - wonderful tissue guarded frontis of Philip R. Goodwin's painting of an Indian on his pony at full gallop and about to sink an arrow into a bison + other b/w illus - bound in green cloth with elaborate glt pictorial cvrs and glt lett sp - very minor shelf wear o/w vg. C$100.00 [2]

  237. Wieland, Terry. A View From A Tall Hill - Countrysport - ME - 2000 [A fascinating and extremely well researched biography of the Robert Ruark that we all thought we knew. - No Ruark collector should be without this exceptional account of the great writer’s life.] 431p - f/f C$55.00
  239. Wise, Larry with Sherwood Schoch & Glenn Helgeland. Tuning Your Broadheads and Your Entire Hunting Bow System - Target - WI - 1989 2nd. Edition [Great things really do come in small packages and to suggest that this little "gem" is scarce would be a bit of an understatement. It is also quite likely to be one of the most important assets in the serious bow hunters' library.] 138p - illus - wrps - f. C$10.00
  241. Wixom, Hartt. Elk and Elk Hunting - Stackpole - PA - 1986 1st ed [A practical guide to the fundamentals and fine points from a registered Wyoming guide, born in elk country] 287p - illus - f/f C$24.00

  243. Wright, Bruce. The Monarch Of Mularchy Mountain - Brunswick - NB - 1963 1st. ed. [Wright, a well known Canadian wildlife biologist with some interesting views on wildlife management with particular emphasis on Whitetail deer population control.] 149p - illus - pictorial eps - pos on front paste down and again at the top of pg. 20 o/w vg /dj chipped C$10.00

  244. York, William. Out In The Midday Shade - Safari - CA - 2000 [When he was only sixteen, William York traveled to the Sudan, seeking an adventurous life hunting exotic animals. By the time he turned eighteen, he had already shot 250 elephant. This determined youngster crisscrossed the southern Sudan on his own, with only a small band of hired help making a living in the ivory trade before he was eligible to vote! ] 287p - illus with photos and drawings - f/f C$54.00 [2]