Dogs As An Avocation. Emphasizing The Cocker Spaniel. Bart King. Signed. 1947. First Edition.
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Dogs as an Avocation: Emphasizing the Cocker Spaniel. By Bart King. Des Moines, IA: The Messenger Printing Company, 1947. First Edition. Inscribed and Signed by Author on front free endpaper. 8vo., 153 pp., burgundy cloth with gilt lettering, illustrated with b&w photographs and drawings. The author examines Cocker Spaniels as an avocation. Illustrated with 30 plates of champion spaniels. Covers a little rubbed, gilt on spine has dulled, prior owner's inscription on front free endpaper about author's inscription and signature, some light internal foxing, in Very Good condition.
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