Falconry in the BritishIsles

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Statement(by Francis Henry Salvin and William Brodrick).
ContributionsBrodrick, William.
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LC ClassificationsSK321
The Physical Object
Pagination(6),iii-vii,147p.,24plates :
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Open LibraryOL22307555M
ISBN 100901951188
OCLC/WorldCa207564

SALVIN, FRANCIS HENRY (–), writer on falconry and cormorant-fishing, born at Croxdale Hall. An early love of hawking was stimulated by an acquaintance with John Tong, assistant falconer to Col. Thomas Thornton/5(6). Falconry in the British Isles Hardcover – January 1, by William SALVIN, Francis Henry and BRODRICK (Author), With coloured plates (Illustrator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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The first, 'Falconry in the British Isles' (), written in conjunction with William Brodrick of Chudleigh, has been pronounced the best modern English work on the subject. The. First edition of a complete and important treatise on the art of falconry by Francis Henry Salvin (), in which he describes the various species of birds used in England, both hawks and falcons.

''The best English book on falconry and a very attractive publication'' (Schwerdt). "Falconry in the British Isles has long been recognised as one of the leading works in this field, admired by the cognescenti for its sound technical advice and by the art-lover for its plates, depicting hawks and their caparisons in subtle nuances of colour, drawn from real life and masterpieces of their genre.".

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Falconry in the British Isles. Maidenhead: Thames Valley Press, (OCoLC) Pp. vi,24 full page color plates. Publisher’s original dark green cloth lettered in gilt on the spine, color pictorial dust jacket, top page edge in gilt, sm 4to.

This volume reprints one of the leading works on falconry in the British Isles originally published Falconry in the BritishIsles book This is the first 20th century reprint.

Salvin & Brodrick's Falconry in the British Isles is claimed by Harting in his Bibiotheca Accipiraria as "the best modern book in English on the art and practice of falconry". Both authors were falconers of experience. One interesting aspect of their book is their enlightened attitude towards conservation.

One page in the back of the book is filled with notes of various species as written about from the text. The fold out map is marked with page numbers in the locations of the events in the book.

It contains the bookplate of David A. Bannerman, author of the well-known set of books "Birds of the British Isles" which was illustrated by G E Lodge.

highlights of “Courtly Falconry” in recent times. When the Royal Loo Hawking Club came to an end inthe high flight ended as well on the continent of Europe. Some of our British colleagues claim that the Old Hawking Club continued with this type of falconry for some years in the British Isles.

Falconry in the British Isles. Author's heavily revised and expanded proof sheets in preparation for the second edition. Falconry in the British Isles by Francis Henry Salvin (), with plates by William Brodrick (), is the most important work on the subject produced during the nineteenth century, and an essential standard work.

The first edition was published inand a. First edition. According to Schwerdt, this is " the best English book on falconry and a very attractive publication". The fine plates were drawn and engraved by the second author, William Brodrick of Chudleigh ().

Francis Henry Salvin () was a writer on falconry and hawking. "Falconry in the British Isles has long been recognised as one of the leading works in this field, admired by the cognescenti for its sound technical advice and by the art-lover for its plates, depicting hawks and their caparisons in subtle nuances of.

"If any book deserves to be called a Classic, a work of outstanding merit, Falconry in the British Isles may justifiably lay claim to this description. The 24 beautifulillustrations are based on painting by Brodrick and display in great detail Peregri.

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Falconry in the British isles. London, John van Voorst, 4o (29 × cm). With 24 full-page hand-coloured lithographed plates by William Brodrick. Original blind-stamped and gilt cloth, sides with title and large illustration of a falcon.

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€ First editon of a complete and important treatise on the art of falconry. Item Details. An author’s proof of the second edition of Falconry in the British Isles by Francis Henry Salvin and William Broderick.

The unbound typescript begins with the introduction and is heavily edited and corrected throughout, presumably by the authors. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Falconry in the British Isles By Francis Henry Salvin, William Brodrick at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. Available now at - Hardcover - London, John van Voorst, - - 1st Edition - 4to (29 x cm). VII, (1 blank),(1 blank) pp. With 24 hand-coloured lithographed plates by William Brodrick. Publisher's blind- and gold-blocked cloth, front board with title and large illustration of a falcon.

First edition of a complete and important treatise on the art of falconry by. What is Falconry. Falconry is the ancient practice of hunting with the aid of a trained bird of prey.

The origins of falconry are believed to have begun in Mongolia between 4, and 6, BC. 1 In the UK, falconers work with their birds–typically falcons. Item Details. An antique volume of Falconry in the British Isles by Francis Henry Salvin and William Brodrick, published in by John Van Voorst of London, revised and enlarged second edition.

It features hand-tinted color illustrations, and a green leather hardcover with stamped gilt designs. Books shelved as falconry: H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald, The Falconer's Apprentice by William C. Oakes, The Goshawk by T.H. White, Falconry & Hawking.

of over 1, results for "falconry books" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Free UK Delivery by Amazon. FREE Delivery on orders over £10 for books or over £20 for other categories shipped by Amazon Falconry in the British Isles. by Francis Henry Salvin, William Brodrick, et al. | 10 Sep Paperback £ A book about falconry published in says: Most falconry birds used in Britain were taken from the wild, either in Britain, or taken abroad and then imported.

Captive breeding was initiated.

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The book mentions a captive-bred goshawk and a brood of captive-bred red-tailed hawks. Falconry experience: Book one today. Falconry experience, Trends. The British Isles have always retained an active population of birds. British birds of prey also abound in numbers. These sharp-beaked stealthy roamers of the skies above us are still able to live rather untouched in the trees, hills and the cliffs of Britain.

Falconry was kept alive in England by a few aristocratic amateurs and their professional falconers. Additionally, a series of clubs promoted the sport in Britain, culminating in the British Falconers’ Club.

Falconry in the British Isles, FIRST EDITION, John Van Voorst, Sold for £ (US$ 1,) inc. premium Fine Books, Manuscripts, Atlases & Historical Photographs. 20 JunBST London, Knightsbridge FALCONRY The Library of Count Umberto Caproni di Taliedo.

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"Your purchase will be shipped via standard airmail, which. Top edge gilt. Dust jacket. Salvin & Brodrick's Falconry in the British Isles is claimed by Harting in his Bibiotheca Accipiraria as "the best modern book in English on the art and practice of falconry".

Both authors were falconers of experience. One interesting aspect of their book is their enlightened attitude towards conservation. Falconry in the British Isles by Salvin, Francis Henry & Brodrick, William and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.

The Little Book of Falconry History. by Jackson Chambers | 5 Nov out of 5 stars 7. Paperback £ £ 6. Footnotes. A FINE COPY OF "THE BEST MODERN BOOK IN ENGLISH ON THE ART AND PRACTICE OF FALCONRY" (Harting). The authors note in the preface that since the time of the first edition "three species of Falcons, then scarcely known to, or recognized by, British ornithologists, viz.

the Saker, Lanner, and Barbary Falcons, have been well represented in England both by living and Preserved .North American Falconers Association. Berthoud, CO. pg.

(out of print) Twenty-four essays by several of the best modern falconers trying to explain why we go to all the effort and expense of falconry.

A great book on the "why-we-do" of falconry. THE LURE OF FALCONRY - .