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The Book Hunter by John Hill Burton, Wm. Blackwood Sons, London, 1862. Bound in half-calf, spine title treatment in gilt, five bands and six compartments, a very fine copy. Scottish historian John Hill Burton (1809-1881) writes a series of essays: "A Vision of Mighty Book Hunters," "The Prowler and the Auction-Haunter" and others on book-buying and book hunters. Some foxing and fading. Marbled endpapers.
About the Seller
Bonebrake Ltd. is based on Long Island's North Shore and has over thirty years experience collecting and selling books. We specialize in sporting, art, fiction and cookbooks. We also maintain an inventory of marine and maritime books with an interest in yachting. Many of our items are old and have been gathered from the great estates in the surrounding area. We take great pride in providing accurate information about any defects and/or issues.
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