The booke of falconrie or havvking; for the onely delight and pleasure of all noblemen and gentlemen: collected out of the best authors, aswell Italians as Frenchmen, and some English practices withall concerning falconrie; heretofore published by George Turberville, gentleman. And now newly reviued, corrected, and augmented with many new additions proper to these present times ...
- At London : Printed by T. Purfoot, 1611.
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- 4 p.l., 370,  p. : illus. ; 20 x 15 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsIn Process SK321 .T97 1611Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon CollectionAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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BAC: British Art Center copy: B/W The noble art of venerie of hunting, by George TURBERVILLE. London, printed by Thomas Purfoot, 1611. 2 works in 1 volume. Quarto. Tan calf; gold tooling on front and back covers and spine, gold lettering on spine. Illustrations, 1 leaf of manuscript notes by Wm. Herbert 1772 on Turberville. Spine height: 7 1/4 inches.
Title vignette, "representing the Earl of Warwick in hawking costume"? cf. Dict. nat. biog., v. 57, p. 321.
Printed throughout in black letter type.
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