Most early and mid 20th c. All Pere Castor's in any language.
Not for sale, from our own collection. I am listing this in the hope of finding out more about its illustrator. Wonderful swift sketches of horses in the field and stable, this essay on the hunt begins quoting Jorrocks and ends with English, "May you hunt forever." Several pages are addressed to women riders. Lovely paper and coloration. This book is available from archive.com in Kindle, with not quite the same ambiance! In French, its original language. A copy, inscribed in 1916, exists as a contribution to the biodiversity library by the Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine (archive.org) Veterinary Library's copy part of the John A. Seaverns Equine Collection. Additional jpgs available.
A interesting story of two children who were stolen by the gypsies and joined a travelling show ... Carlito, a little boy from prosperous home, and Marguerite, an orphan left on the street. Please note: THIS BOOK HAS BEEN SOLD