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Gold blocked bindings
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Izaak Walton; Charles Cotton; Edward Fitzgibbon; George Pearson; J. Wertheimer and Co.,
|Notes:||Editor's name taken from British Library Public Catalogue.
Printer's statement printed in blue on t.p. verso: "Wertheimer and Co, Typp Circus Place, Finsbury Circus."
Added wood-engraved illustrated t.p. printed within decorative rusticated border that includes signature: "TS". Plate included in pagination.
Includes "Sketch of Walton's Life.": p. [vii]-x.
Preliminary portrait plate of Izaak Walton and plate  are signed: "Pearson Sc.". Others are unsigned.
Plate  is entitled: "[Fac-simile of Title-page of the original Edition.]."
Most wood-engraved illustrations within the text are unsigned. Some are signed: "Pearson Sc."
P. 268 misnumbered "862."
With the same wood-engraved plates and illustrations as used in the "Second Edition" of this title published by Nathaniel Cooke in 1854. See McLean D 1142.
|Description:||xiv, 326 pages,  leaves of plates : illustrations, 1 portrait plate, 1 facsimile, 4 plates (wood engravings) ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Part I. --
Part II. Being instructions how to angle for a trout or grayling, ina clear stream.
|Series Title:||National illustrated library.|
|Responsibility:||by Izaak Walton, and Charles Cotton ; edited by "Ephemera," of "Bell's life in London." [i.e. Edward Fitzgibbon].|