WILLIAM MACKENZIE A NEW BEGINNING
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Lydon and numerous steel-engraved plates of angling locales. Bound in blue half morocco and marbled paper over boards, blind-stamped piscatorial motifs, title, author s name on spine in six compartments with raised bands, upper edge gilt. Houghton, a Shropshire clergyman, aimed his book at the fisherman rather than the naturalist, and the text of which there is, unusually, plenty gives information about recognition, feeding and breeding habits, habitat, bait and so on Buchanan, Nature into Art, For this work, Houghton studied the specimens in the collection of the British Museum.
British Fresh-Water Fishes is notable for its incorporation of the naturalistic backgrounds of the fish habitats. The fact that this work has been reprinted in subsequent editions from the 19th century through the s attests to the quality and interest of the descriptions and illustrations, even though taxonomists have since revised some of the classifications. Wonderful copy, clean, fresh and crisp. Nissen, ZBI Published by William Mackenzie, Large 4to. Modern dark brown quarter morocco over original cloth boards, raised bands, gilt-stamped spine title.
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Bookplate of James Jones. Sometimes bound as two volumes, but this copy is bound as one, and it is complete. This Victorian book is a gentleman's encyclopedia of the fresh water fish native to Britain. In addition to 41 stunning color full-page plates of each fish described, the book also has a steelcut vignette at the beginning of each description, as well as numerous diagrams and drawings.
Reverend William Houghton, a Shropshire clergyman, produced this work with the angler in mind - opposed to the naturalist. Many of the fish are portrayed as game-landed freshwater fish set on the pastoral riverbanks and shorelines of the British Isles. The writing, which accompanies each plate, offers detailed information on the habitat, breeding and capture of the fish.
The text page includes a lovely steel-engraved vignette of the natural habitat of the fish, an elegant scene of the river from which the fish was caught. BM Readex Vol. Seller Inventory LV No Binding. British Fresh-Water Fishes. William Mackenzie, London, Ten chromolithographs out of the 40 plates drawn from nature by A.
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London, Silver frames Published by William Mackenzie, , London About this Item: William Mackenzie, , London, Later binding in half green morocco and green cloth, 5 raised bands, gilt-stamped spine titles. Previous owner's small gift inscription to first blank, another previous owner's signature to second blank, small dark stain singe? Covers very lightly scuffed, otherwise a very good, clean bright, handsome copy.
Size: Folio. VII comprising lithographed facsimiles of autographs. First Editions.
Ray, The Illustrator and the Book in England, Decorative cloth Very good, no dust jacket. Fully collated.
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Two plates loose but present. A high point of chromolithography. Small amount of fraying at head and foot of spine, with other minor shelf wear. Old library plate on front paste-down. Front hinge starting on Volume 1. A clean and handsome set.
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Published by London: William Mackenzie About this Item: London: William Mackenzie Two volumes in original decorated cloth boards. Complete with 41 coloured engraved plates with numerous vignettes. Plates in very good condition. Some wear to corners of boards and small tear at top edge of spine of volume 1. Illustrated by A F Lydon.
All page edges gilt. An attractive set. Catharines, ON, Canada. No binding. Letter had been torn and repaired using Japanese mulberry and silk fibre paper. In very good condition otherwise. A scarce to rare personal signed and inscribed document to Canada's longest serving Prime Minister. Letter to Mrs. A friend of his parents and whom he had previous personal correspondence with before and after this.
WLKM had very few friends and family and rarely showed his private side in public which makes these type of personal communications insightful and rare. Highly collectable. Called "Billy" by his classmates - a member of the class of '95 at University of Toronto. Tuesday, May 9th, To quote MacKenzie King from this letter, "It was one of the finest speeches to which I have listened. I thought often how my father and mother would have rejoiced in listening to it, and their parents before them" Brockington was Special Assistant to Prime Minister Mackenzie King from to as a a special advisor to Mackenzie King's war cabinet.
A F Lydon illustrator. London ;- William Mackenzie, Stunning Pair of Folios. Complete with the 41 Superb tissue-guarded full-page Coloured Lithographs depicting each species drawn from nature by A. With attractive text engravings. Some mild foxing otherwise internally excellent with particularly strong and vivid colour plates. Original brown decorative cloth over bevelled boards.
Some slight rubbing to extremities and some spotting and ink marks to margins of some plates, but one of the best copies of this in existence.
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A heavy and valuable set so please ask for details of costs of postage. Published by London: William Mackenzie, .
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About this Item: London: William Mackenzie, . XXVI, S. Mit insgesamt 41 ganzs. Farbholzschnitten und zahlr. Sprache: Deutsch. Published by William Mackenzie. London, Edinburgh and Dublin.
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About this Item: William Mackenzie. Two volumes. Folio x mm. Ppxxvi,92 and ii, Some darkening to cloth but a very good set with clean and bright tissue-guarded plates. The Reverend William Houghton's lavishly-produced two volume work on the British species of freshwater fish, all magnificently illustrated by Alexander Francis Lydon's fine coloured plates, printed by Benjamin Fawcett. First Edition , repairs to spine and corners, small split to top of front joint, creasing to contents and title page, very good condition , half morocco and stippled green cloth, coloured endpapers, red speckled edges , quarto, 37 cm x 28 cm Hardback ISBN: Seller Inventory Published by London: William MacKenzie, n.
From: Peter L. Boston, MA, U. Six volumes; quarto; publisher's full red morocco; thick beveled boards decorated in gilt and blind; all edges gilt; some scuffing; scattered foxing throughout, but overall in very good or better condition. Illustrated with lithographs. A seventh volume was issued comprising facsimiles of autographs of subscribers. Like many subscription sets of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, these volumes were available in various bindings, and given the nature of subscriptions, are sometimes found incomplete. Publications such as these were meant to appeal to the social climbers and nouveau riches of the day, designed to assure buyers that they were high-minded men of taste, and presumably to similarly impress visitors.