LLOYD, Llewellyn

LLOYD, Llewellyn. Field Sports Of the North of Europe; Comprised In A Personal narrative of A Residence In Sweden And Norway. In The Years 1827-28.


London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 8, New Burlington Street, 1830.

£ 600

FIRST EDITION. 8vo. Two volumes. Vol. 1: xii, 384 pp.; vol. 2, viii, 378 pp., [2]. With 2 lithograph frontispieces, one large folding map, 4 engraved plans, 5 lithograph plates with tissue guards and small vignettes in the text. Some foxing and browning throughout. Near contemporary half-buckram with marbled boards; speckled edges; gilt title on spine; minuscule tear on top of spine of vol. 2; slight wear. Overall, a very good copy.


 H. Llewelyn Lloyd (1792 –1876) was a Welsh amateur naturalist who lived in Sweden for more than two decades. He wrote mainly on Scandinavia’s local customs, peasant life, and on nature – particularly ornithology and on the black wolf and wolf hunting.


Schwerdt, I 318; Gerrare 434; Lowndes 1377; Nissen ZBI 2530; Slater 47; Riling 434; Westwood & Satchell 135; Bartlett 9.