[CANADA] — PRENTISS N. GRAY | Camera Adventures in New Brunswick. [N.P.: Privately Printed], 1925 
[CANADA] — PRENTISS N. GRAY | Camera Adventures in New Brunswick. [N.P.: Privately Printed], 1925 
[CANADA] — PRENTISS N. GRAY | Camera Adventures in New Brunswick. [N.P.: Privately Printed], 1925 
[CANADA] — PRENTISS N. GRAY | Camera Adventures in New Brunswick. [N.P.: Privately Printed], 1925 
[CANADA] — PRENTISS N. GRAY | Camera Adventures in New Brunswick. [N.P.: Privately Printed], 1925 
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Property from the Sporting and Travel Library of Arnold "Jake" Johnson

[CANADA] — PRENTISS N. GRAY | Camera Adventures in New Brunswick. [N.P.: Privately Printed], 1925 

Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 USD

Property from the Sporting and Travel Library of Arnold "Jake" Johnson

[CANADA] — PRENTISS N. GRAY | Camera Adventures in New Brunswick. [N.P.: Privately Printed], 1925 

Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 USD

Lot Sold:3,500USD

Lot Details

Description

Property from the Sporting and Travel Library of Arnold "Jake" Johnson

[CANADA] — PRENTISS N. GRAY

Camera Adventures in New Brunswick. [N.P.: Privately Printed], 1925 


4to (11 x 9 1/2 in.; 280 x 241 mm). 31 plates from photographs, 2 maps; minor marginal toning. Three quarter blue morocco over blue cloth covered boards, spine with raised bands in six compartments, second and fourth gilt-lettered, others with multiple gilt rules, marbled endpapers; spine sunned, extremities rubbed. [With:] Two typed letters signed ("Prentiss Gray"), and two typed letters unsigned (8 1/2 x 11 in.; 121 x 279 mm), written from New York and Nairobi, and dated between 1928 and 1931; minor toning. 


Only edition. Number 4 of 10 copies printed, signed and inscribed by Gray to John Burnham


REFERENCE:

John Burnham (author's inscription; bookplate to front pastedown)

Condition Report

Condition as described in catalogue entry.


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