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Detailed Information for Seller's item number: 3323
THE MODERN ART OF TAMING WILD HORSES
Author: Rarey, J. S.
Publisher: George Routledge and Co. London 1858

Printed yellow paper over stiff boards, with engraved portrait (presumably of J.S. Rarey, 'Wild Horse Tamer.') 2 {ads} + 63 +2 [ads} pages. A Routledge 'Cheap Edition.' Covers working with the wild colt, halters and haltering, leading, training to bit, saddling and mounting, breaking to harness, plus some tricks such as lying down, following. An Introduction gives a brief history of the horse. This method was based on kindness and on making the horse aware of your desires and helping him to understand commands, and introducing him to equipment so that it is not frightening. Rather enlightened for its day. The book is fragile (cheap edition indeed!) and lacking the spine strip (although the spine cloth is intact). First ad page is loose. Covers are soiled., edges worn especially at corners. Internally it is clean, with a tiny bookseller's label in the corner of the front paste-down for Callander & Dixon, Stationers, Whitehaven. This is a good candidate for some conservation or rebinding effort. COLLECTIBLE 3323 Reprinted from the American Edition No Dust Jacket (as issued) Hardcover Fair Condition 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall Collectible

Price: US$65.00. Quantity available: 1.
 Appr.: | AUD 68.93 CAD 69.89 EUR 48.15 GBP 38.24 JPY 6500 MXN 812 ZAR 684 

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Seller and Location:
   The Prints & The Paper
PO BOX 5432
Eugene, Oregon
97405 United States
Phone: 541-683-7033
Website: http://www.printsandthepaper.com
Email: theprintsandthepaper@comcast.net

Seller's item number:
3323

Seller's Terms of Sale:
Check or money order in US$ on US bank. We also accept Visa, Discover, Mastercard, and American Express, and payments via PayPal or Google Checkout.

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US DOMESTIC: Most books ship by media mail. Whenever possible, shipping cost is adjusted downward for items under 11 ounces that can be mailed by First Class. Priority rate for heavier items is $10. OVERWEIGHT AND/OR OVERSIZED BOOKS OR SETS MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL POSTAGE. You will be contacted if additional postage is required.

NON-USA destinations: Postage for destinations outside the US will be charged at current USPS rates. If the default shipping rates are excessive or inadequate, we will adjust them downward or we will contact you regarding costs if it is necessary to charge an additional amount.

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