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Vintage

An Academy for Grown Horsemen

L. Brook Rare Books

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An Academy for Grown Horsemen
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An Academy for Grown Horsemen
An Academy for Grown Horsemen
An Academy for Grown Horsemen
An Academy for Grown Horsemen

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Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Very Good; light foxing throughout, excellent.

Materials:

boards/paper

Size:

9" L x 12.5" H

Why We Love This

An Academy for Grown Horsemen by Geoffrey Gambado. Mountain Vernon, NY: William Edwin Rudge, 1929. 179 of 400. Originally published in London in 1787. Bound in boards to appear as mottled leather. 38 large format pages. Hardcover issued without dust jacket. The Gentry look humorously at themselves. Includes illustrations with two added to the original by Gordon Ross. Author's real name was William Henry Bunbury, a Baronet.
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Why We Love This

An Academy for Grown Horsemen by Geoffrey Gambado. Mountain Vernon, NY: William Edwin Rudge, 1929. 179 of 400. Originally published in London in 1787. Bound in boards to appear as mottled leather. 38 large format pages. Hardcover issued without dust jacket. The Gentry look humorously at themselves. Includes illustrations with two added to the original by Gordon Ross. Author's real name was William Henry Bunbury, a Baronet.

About L. Brook Rare Books

I've been a dealer in rare books and art for over 30 years. I spent my early years training and providing animals for films, stage and TV. It was great fun, and evolved into a love for finding rare books and art, with a bias towards things "dog, horse and cat." I look for rarity, condition, and price when deciding which items to offer for sale. Uniqueness and value are what will drive my site—and although my love of animals is obvious, I strive to offer items that are diverse and exciting.