Lot 319
Adams, John. An Analysis of Horsemanship; Teaching the Whole Art...
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
...of Riding, in the Manege, Military, Hunting, Racing, and Travelling System, together with the Method of Breaking Horses, for Every Purpose to Which Those Noble Animals are Adapted. (London: James Cundee, Ivey-Lane, 1805), three volumes, 8vo (8-3/4 in.), full calf with gilt rules and gilt on spine, frontispiece portrait of author, four fold-out diagrams, several engravings of trainers in action; the front pastedown of each volume with the bookplate for "Edward Cropper, Swayland, Kent" and each title page owner-signed "Edward Copper."

Wear to boards; hinges weak with splits, the rear board of Volume 1 is disbound; mild acid transfer between text and plates; overall browning; good condition.