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Weidwerk und Reitkunst: 36 Stiche

Schwarze, Wolfgang, ed.; Johann Elias Ridinger

Published by Schwarze & Oberhoff, 1964
Used Condition Good Hardcover
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Schwarze, Wolfgang, ed. Weidwerk und Reitkunst: 36 Stiche von Johann Elias Ridinger (1695-1767). Wuppertal-Barmen: Schwarze & Oberhoff 1964. N.p., 36 large double-page plates. Good hardcover (plasticized boards, lightly rubbed and stained, spine tips chipped). No d.j. (as issued?). Internally fine. With commentary, in German. ** Reproduces 36 etchings or mezzotints by Ridinger, with their original captions: 20 from his hunting series (stag, boar, wolf, hare, fowl, etc.), and 12 from Neue Reit- Schul (1734) showing dressage movements. Original size, or close to it. (Not in Wells) Shipping/handling may be extra on this large book; please keep this in mind when ordering. Bookseller Inventory # 12924


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Title: Weidwerk und Reitkunst: 36 Stiche

Publisher: Schwarze & Oberhoff

Publication Date: 1964

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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