Immerse yourself in the classic tradition of game bird shooting with American Duck, Goose, & Brant Shooting by Dr. William Bruette. For lovers of ornithology and waterfowl hunting alike, this 1934 edition by Charles Scribner's Sons is a veritable gold mine of knowledge and visual splendor. The book encapsulates a wealth of information on guns, ammunition, and shooting techniques, intricately entwined with the elegance of wildlife artistry.
As you explore the pages, you'll be escorted through a gallery of 60 color plates and 47 black and white drawings by Clement B. Davis, portraying not only the majestic waterfowl but also various types of boats, blinds, and decoys used in the sport. The glossy pages that house the color plates of different species are nothing short of gorgeous, offering a vivid encounter with the game birds in their natural elegance.
Title: American Duck, Goose & Brant Shooting
Publication Date: 1934 (on a 1930 copyright)
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket
Dimensions: 9x7x1 inches
Condition: Wear on the dust jacket as shown in photos
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American Duck, Goose, and Brant Shooting is a harmonious blend of practical knowledge and visual splendor, a tribute to the timeless tradition of game bird shooting, awaiting to grace your collection with its historical and aesthetic richness.
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