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Tales of Southern Rivers

AU$80.00
By: GREY, Zane.
ID No.: 634

Derrydale Press Lyons, 1991 facsimile, 4to. Illust. 249pp. Numbered copy of limited edition of 2500. Faux leather bound with gilt imprint and page edges. Signed by Loren son of Zane Grey.   Classic Zane Grey tales of fishing the ocean, estuaries and  rivers of  Mexico, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Florida Everglades.  Adventures catching tarpon, salifish, and  snook by the master of outdoor writing.  88 Sepia tone photos and b&w drawings.  - Mint


 

Tales of Southern Rivers

AU$80.00
ID No.: 634

Derrydale Press Lyons, 1991 facsimile, 4to. Illust. 249pp. Numbered copy of limited edition of 2500. Faux leather bound with gilt imprint and page edges. Signed by Loren son of Zane Grey.   Classic Zane Grey tales of fishing the ocean, estuaries and  rivers of  Mexico, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Florida Everglades.  Adventures catching tarpon, salifish, and  snook by the master of outdoor writing.  88 Sepia tone photos and b&w drawings.  - Mint


 

Tales of Fishing Virgin Seas.

AU$350.00
By: GREY, Zane.
ID No.: 2227
Harper & Bros New York & London. 1925. 1st Ed. 4to. Illust. 216pp. Original green cloth binding with slight damage to corner. 100 b/w illustrations from photographs by Grey and drawings by Lillian Wilhelm Smith. Pictorial e/p. Grey's first cruise in his newly-refurbished 3-masted schooner, 'FISHERMAN' to Coco Islands, Galapagos, Perlas Islands, Zihuatanejo Bay, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo  San Lucas, Mexico for sailfish, marlin, tuna, amberjack, dolphin with his brother R.C. and son Romer.  Recounting some of the most famous fishing adventures of all time in seas which had as yet seen so few fishermen as to retain their sense of utter and unspoiled state. Great stories of billfish and gamefish caught on rod and reel and sightings of whales and many other sea mammals. 100 illustrations after photos by the author and drawings by Lillian Wilhelm Smith.   Original green cloth binding has some damage to top and bottom of spine  corners. Previous owners signature, Very Good.

Tales of Fishing Virgin Seas.

AU$350.00
ID No.: 2227
Harper & Bros New York & London. 1925. 1st Ed. 4to. Illust. 216pp. Original green cloth binding with slight damage to corner. 100 b/w illustrations from photographs by Grey and drawings by Lillian Wilhelm Smith. Pictorial e/p. Grey's first cruise in his newly-refurbished 3-masted schooner, 'FISHERMAN' to Coco Islands, Galapagos, Perlas Islands, Zihuatanejo Bay, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo  San Lucas, Mexico for sailfish, marlin, tuna, amberjack, dolphin with his brother R.C. and son Romer.  Recounting some of the most famous fishing adventures of all time in seas which had as yet seen so few fishermen as to retain their sense of utter and unspoiled state. Great stories of billfish and gamefish caught on rod and reel and sightings of whales and many other sea mammals. 100 illustrations after photos by the author and drawings by Lillian Wilhelm Smith.   Original green cloth binding has some damage to top and bottom of spine  corners. Previous owners signature, Very Good.

Tales of Southern Rivers

AU$300.00
By: GREY, Zane.
ID No.: 2213
Grosset & Dunlap New York. 1924. 8vo. Illust. 249pp. D/J. has sl rubbing. Eighty black and white photographs Classic Zane Grey tales of fishing in Mexico, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Florida Everglades. Sepiatone photos and b&w drawings. –Nr Fine

Tales of Southern Rivers

AU$300.00
ID No.: 2213
Grosset & Dunlap New York. 1924. 8vo. Illust. 249pp. D/J. has sl rubbing. Eighty black and white photographs Classic Zane Grey tales of fishing in Mexico, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Florida Everglades. Sepiatone photos and b&w drawings. –Nr Fine

Tales of Fishes.

AU$350.00
By: GREY, Zane.
ID No.: 2216
Harper & Bros New York and London. 1919. 1st Ed. later printing. 8vo. Illust. 267pp.   Colour frontispiece and 57 b/w illustrations from photographs by the author. Tales of fishing for Tarpon, Swordfish, Sailfish, Bonefish, Wahoo, Broadbill,  Tuna and Marlin.    Gilt decorated light blue cloth, tipped-on b/w photo illustration on front board.  Very Good copy

Tales of Fishes.

AU$350.00
ID No.: 2216
Harper & Bros New York and London. 1919. 1st Ed. later printing. 8vo. Illust. 267pp.   Colour frontispiece and 57 b/w illustrations from photographs by the author. Tales of fishing for Tarpon, Swordfish, Sailfish, Bonefish, Wahoo, Broadbill,  Tuna and Marlin.    Gilt decorated light blue cloth, tipped-on b/w photo illustration on front board.  Very Good copy

Tales of Southern Rivers

AU$300.00
By: GREY, Zane.
ID No.: 2214
Harper & Bros New York. 1924 8vo. Illust. 249pp. Black and white photographs. Olive cloth with gilt titles and tipped-on b/w photo illustration on front board. 249p + 2p ads. Fine with very light wear to edges, corners and spine gilt, and slight chipping to edges of pictorial onlay. With eighty Illustrations from Photographs. Classic Zane Grey tales of fishing in Mexico, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Florida Everglades. One page loose o/w - Very Good

Tales of Southern Rivers

AU$300.00
ID No.: 2214
Harper & Bros New York. 1924 8vo. Illust. 249pp. Black and white photographs. Olive cloth with gilt titles and tipped-on b/w photo illustration on front board. 249p + 2p ads. Fine with very light wear to edges, corners and spine gilt, and slight chipping to edges of pictorial onlay. With eighty Illustrations from Photographs. Classic Zane Grey tales of fishing in Mexico, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Florida Everglades. One page loose o/w - Very Good

Tales of Fishing Virgin Seas

AU$300.00
By: GREY, Zane.
ID No.: 2226
Hodder & Stoughton London. 1925 1st UK edition 4to. Illust. 216pp. Green cloth with gilt title to upper cover and spine.  Grey's first cruise in his newly-refurbished 3-masted schooner, 'FISHERMAN' to Coco Islands, Galapogos, Perlas Islands, Zihuatanejo Bay, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for sailfish, marlin, tuna, amberjack, dolphin with his brother R.C. and son Romer.   Recounting some of the most famous fishing adventures of all time in seas which had as yet seen so few fishermen as to retain their sense of utter and unspoiled state. Great stories of billfish and gamefish caught on rod and reel and sightings of whales and many other sea mammals. 100 illustrations after photos by the author and drawings by Lillian Wilhelm Smith.   Very minor marking to the photographic endpapers. Cover binding repaired, some rubbing and corners bumped.  Rear page missing. Previous owners signature. Corners bump.- Good

Tales of Fishing Virgin Seas

AU$300.00
ID No.: 2226
Hodder & Stoughton London. 1925 1st UK edition 4to. Illust. 216pp. Green cloth with gilt title to upper cover and spine.  Grey's first cruise in his newly-refurbished 3-masted schooner, 'FISHERMAN' to Coco Islands, Galapogos, Perlas Islands, Zihuatanejo Bay, San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for sailfish, marlin, tuna, amberjack, dolphin with his brother R.C. and son Romer.   Recounting some of the most famous fishing adventures of all time in seas which had as yet seen so few fishermen as to retain their sense of utter and unspoiled state. Great stories of billfish and gamefish caught on rod and reel and sightings of whales and many other sea mammals. 100 illustrations after photos by the author and drawings by Lillian Wilhelm Smith.   Very minor marking to the photographic endpapers. Cover binding repaired, some rubbing and corners bumped.  Rear page missing. Previous owners signature. Corners bump.- Good

Shark Management and Conservation

AU$35.00
By: GRIBBLE N.A., McPHERSON, G. & LANE B. (ed.)
ID No.: 4353
Department of Primary Industries Brisbane, 1998, 8vo, Illust, 143pp.  Soft cover.  Proceedings from the Sharks and Man workshop of the Second World Fisheries Congress held in Brisbane in 1996.     Foreword by Baden Lane.  In many respects we hold sharks in awe and fear, However they provide a large component of human protein in some countries in the world. The workshops were designed review management systems  to monitor and control the effects of recreational and commercial fishing, coastal development and tourism.  The three streams for the workshop were Management of the fishery, Shark control and public safety and Shark conservation. -Fine

Shark Management and Conservation

AU$35.00
ID No.: 4353
Department of Primary Industries Brisbane, 1998, 8vo, Illust, 143pp.  Soft cover.  Proceedings from the Sharks and Man workshop of the Second World Fisheries Congress held in Brisbane in 1996.     Foreword by Baden Lane.  In many respects we hold sharks in awe and fear, However they provide a large component of human protein in some countries in the world. The workshops were designed review management systems  to monitor and control the effects of recreational and commercial fishing, coastal development and tourism.  The three streams for the workshop were Management of the fishery, Shark control and public safety and Shark conservation. -Fine

Fish Facts and Fancies

AU$99.00
By: GRISWOLD, Frank Gray
ID No.: 649
Charles Scribner’s Sons   New York. 1926, 8vo. Illust. 242pp, Orig. green cloth cover with gilt lettering & fly on cover. Photographic frontispiece of author with 43-pound Grand Cascapedia Salmon, coloured vignette of the Griswold Gray fly on title, and 15 other photographic plates , edn limited to 750 copies. Mostly on salmon but includes chapters on tarpon , marlin, tuna and fishing tackle.  Corners sl worn. -Near Fine

Fish Facts and Fancies

AU$99.00
ID No.: 649
Charles Scribner’s Sons   New York. 1926, 8vo. Illust. 242pp, Orig. green cloth cover with gilt lettering & fly on cover. Photographic frontispiece of author with 43-pound Grand Cascapedia Salmon, coloured vignette of the Griswold Gray fly on title, and 15 other photographic plates , edn limited to 750 copies. Mostly on salmon but includes chapters on tarpon , marlin, tuna and fishing tackle.  Corners sl worn. -Near Fine

Fish Facts and Fancies,

AU$95.00
By: GRISWOLD, Frank Gray.
ID No.: 3368

Charles Scribner’s Sons   New York. 1926, 8vo. Illust. 242pp, Orig. green cloth cover with gilt lettering & fly on cover. Photographic frontispiece of author with 43-pound Grand Cascapedia Salmon, colored vignette of the Griswold Gray fly on title, and 15 other photographic plates , edn limited to 750 copies. Mostly on salmon but includes chapters on tarpon , marlin, tuna and fishing tackle.  Corners sl worn. Spine loose and previous owners name on fly page. -Near Fine                    

Fish Facts and Fancies,

AU$95.00
ID No.: 3368

Charles Scribner’s Sons   New York. 1926, 8vo. Illust. 242pp, Orig. green cloth cover with gilt lettering & fly on cover. Photographic frontispiece of author with 43-pound Grand Cascapedia Salmon, colored vignette of the Griswold Gray fly on title, and 15 other photographic plates , edn limited to 750 copies. Mostly on salmon but includes chapters on tarpon , marlin, tuna and fishing tackle.  Corners sl worn. Spine loose and previous owners name on fly page. -Near Fine                    

The Alleged Pugnacity of the Swordfish and the Spearfishes as Shown by Their Attacks on Vessels

AU$60.00
By: GUDGER, E.W.
ID No.: 650
Calcutta 1940, Memoirs of the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal Vol XII No 2, folio, Illust, Pages 215 to 315 plus 9 plates, original soft wrappers. Classic study of billfish behaviour down through the ages. This study looks at the behaviour and structures which make possible these attacks.  Chapters include: The Swordfish and the Spearfishes -The Xiphiiformes, Attacks on boats in the Mediterranean, Attacks on vessels on the three central oceans, Swordfishing in the western North Atlantic, Xiphias attacks on other marine animals, The force of the blow delivered by the swordfish and the spearfishes and Why do the Xiphiiform attack vessels. Includes many Australian references. - Very Good

The Alleged Pugnacity of the Swordfish and the Spearfishes as Shown by Their Attacks on Vessels

AU$60.00
ID No.: 650
Calcutta 1940, Memoirs of the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal Vol XII No 2, folio, Illust, Pages 215 to 315 plus 9 plates, original soft wrappers. Classic study of billfish behaviour down through the ages. This study looks at the behaviour and structures which make possible these attacks.  Chapters include: The Swordfish and the Spearfishes -The Xiphiiformes, Attacks on boats in the Mediterranean, Attacks on vessels on the three central oceans, Swordfishing in the western North Atlantic, Xiphias attacks on other marine animals, The force of the blow delivered by the swordfish and the spearfishes and Why do the Xiphiiform attack vessels. Includes many Australian references. - Very Good
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