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Vintage

American Big Game Fishing

Strand Books

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; very good, bright with light soiling
Materials:
publisher's cloth
Size:
10" L x 2" W x 12.75" H
Color/Finish:
blue/gilt

Why We Love This

American Big Game Fishing by Eugene Connett. New York: The Derrydale Press, (1935). Limited edition of 850 copies (of 906 total), printed at the Derrydale Press. Publisher’s blue cloth. Light wear to covers with minor chipping at spine ends. From Eugene Connett’s legendary Derrydale Press, this lovely book, illustrated by Lynn Bogue Hunt, contains the first appearance of Ernest Hemingway’s “Marlin Off Cuba,” which he would make extensive use of in writing Old Man and the Sea.
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About Strand Books

The Strand Book Store has been New York's landmark independent book store for over 75 years, featuring a tremendous selection of used, new, rare, collectible and out-of-print titles in all subjects. The Strand boasts the city's largest collection of art and photography books, collectible and rare books in all price ranges, and plays host to innumerable readings and book signings each month.