1750 FIRST BROWNE EDITION OF WALTON'S "COMPLETE ANGLER" IN THE ORIGINAL LEATHER BINDING
"The Compleat Angler: or, Contemplative Man's Recreation", In Two Parts. Containing, A large and particular account of Rivers..." & "The best and fullest Instructions how to angle..." by Mr. Isaac Walton; "Comprising All that has been accounted Valuable, Instructive or Curious... With Exact Representation of all the Fish...Carefully and correctly published, From the Best Editions..." by Moses Browne, Author of Piscatory Eclogues. London: Printed and Sold by Henry Kent, MDCCL (1750). In the original full calf with raised spine, owner inscribed on front endpaper "William Tomlinson, Maldon, June 16, 1840, given him by Mrs. Landelle". Two 19th c. auction clippings pasted inside front cover. 312 pages plus index and errata. 3 3/4" x 6 1/2". Very good condition.
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