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Phil Burrows and the Bolebroke Beagles -signed copy

£40.00

Product description

Written by John Robson and Andrew Jennings, published by Robson and Jennings in 1994 and a plate signed by the authors states it is from the first edition. The first meet of the Bolebroke was in September 1925 and Phil Burrows was present, becoming Master of the Bolebrook Beagles, based in Kemsing, Kent, nine years later and remaining as Master for forty years. Using correspondence and Phil Burrow's personal diary, the authors have written an account of the man himself and painted a picture of the social and sporting attitudes during that period.

In very good used condition, bound in green cloth with gold lettering, maps of Kent and East Sussex as end papers, dust jacket in very good condition.

Item details

Added value:
Signed by the authors
Author(s):
Robson, J.;Jennings, A.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
Octavo+
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
320
Publisher:
Robson and Jennings
Title:
Phil Burrows and the Bolebroke Beagles

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Written by John Robson and Andrew Jennings, published by Robson and Jennings in 1994 and a plate signed by the authors states it is from the first edition. The first meet of the Bolebroke was in September 1925 and Phil Burrows was present, becoming Master of the Bolebrook Beagles, based in Kemsing, Kent, nine years later and remaining as Master for forty years. Using correspondence and Phil Burrow's personal diary, the authors have written an account of the man himself and painted a picture of the social and sporting attitudes during that period.

In very good used condition, bound in green cloth with gold lettering, maps of Kent and East Sussex as end papers, dust jacket in very good condition.

Added value:
Signed by the authors
Author(s):
Robson, J.;Jennings, A.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
Octavo+
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
320
Publisher:
Robson and Jennings
Title:
Phil Burrows and the Bolebroke Beagles

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