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Tackle Making for Anglers by L. Vernon Bates - 1st Edition

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Product description

Guide to the manufacture of angling equipment that can be made at home with simple tools, such as rods, flies, spinning tackles, artificial lures, floats, casts and nets. Illustrated with line drawings and a frontispiece photograph.

Blue cloth binding with gilt lettering to front cover and spine and blind-stamped publisher motif to rear cover; dust-jacket printed with blue text and ruling and illustration affixed to front of jacket.

Good condition for a second-hand book: moderate wear to dust-jacket, mainly to edges with chipping to spine ends and flap folds, creasing and closed tears to top edge with 5cm closed tear to rear top edge, light rubbing and chipping to front illustration, tanning to spine; light bumping to hardcover corners and spine ends, damp-stain to spine; cracking between pages 64 and 65, 80 and 81, 96 and 97, 144 and 145, 176 and 177, and 192 and 193, all pages remain intact, creasing to bottom corner of front free endpaper; inscription to front pastedown endpaper, light foxing to title pages and frontispiece, occasional foxing/soiling internally, otherwise internally fine given age of book.

Item details

Author(s):
Bates, Lloyd Vernon
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo - 8 - 10
Edition:
First edition, published 1938.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
221
Publisher:
Herbert Jenkins Limited
Title:
Tackle-Making for Anglers

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Guide to the manufacture of angling equipment that can be made at home with simple tools, such as rods, flies, spinning tackles, artificial lures, floats, casts and nets. Illustrated with line drawings and a frontispiece photograph.

Blue cloth binding with gilt lettering to front cover and spine and blind-stamped publisher motif to rear cover; dust-jacket printed with blue text and ruling and illustration affixed to front of jacket.

Good condition for a second-hand book: moderate wear to dust-jacket, mainly to edges with chipping to spine ends and flap folds, creasing and closed tears to top edge with 5cm closed tear to rear top edge, light rubbing and chipping to front illustration, tanning to spine; light bumping to hardcover corners and spine ends, damp-stain to spine; cracking between pages 64 and 65, 80 and 81, 96 and 97, 144 and 145, 176 and 177, and 192 and 193, all pages remain intact, creasing to bottom corner of front free endpaper; inscription to front pastedown endpaper, light foxing to title pages and frontispiece, occasional foxing/soiling internally, otherwise internally fine given age of book.

Author(s):
Bates, Lloyd Vernon
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo - 8 - 10
Edition:
First edition, published 1938.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
221
Publisher:
Herbert Jenkins Limited
Title:
Tackle-Making for Anglers

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