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Image for The Chagrin Valley Hunt Horse Show 51st Anniversary September 8,9,10,11,1960

The Chagrin Valley Hunt Horse Show 51st Anniversary September 8,9,10,11,1960

By: N/A

Price: $5.95

Publisher: Gates Mills, Ohio, Horse Show Committee: 1960

Seller ID: 0908


This is a rather localized item (Cleveland, Ohio area), but of interest to people who show horses, or have family members who did at one time. It's all marked up inside -- which is a GOOD thing in this instance -- as it provides the ranking of the winners in each race. It also includes a horse show prize list as a separate tri-fold brochure .Both items are very clean and the graphic on the cover of the main program is wonderful.Program measures 6-1/4"x9-1/4" and has 40 pages. View more info

Image for Souvenir Program 35th Youngstown Charity Horse Show 1978  Canfield Fairgrounds (Includes Smaller Guide)

Souvenir Program 35th Youngstown Charity Horse Show 1978 Canfield Fairgrounds (Includes Smaller Guide)

By: N/A

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Canfield, Ohio, Youngstown Charity Horse Show Committee: 1978

Seller ID: 0932

Condition: Near fine


This offering consists of two booklets, one of which is a small guide to the show measuring 4"x9" and sporting 34 pages, plus ads. This one was mailed to recipient as per addresses and stamp at back. The larger bookley, which is the souvenir program, measures 8-1/2"x11" and has 144 pages. Both booklets shows the same handsome cover design with a shadow print of horses and riders beneath bold black printing. Show was held at the Canfield Fairgrounds, Canfield Ohio with the Main Ring activities taking place June 28, 29, 30 and July, 1 and 2, 1978 and the Hunt Course, July, 1, 1978. View more info

Image for Irish Hospitals' Sweepstake Ticket 1953

Irish Hospitals' Sweepstake Ticket 1953

By: N/A

Price: $6.95

Publisher: Ireland, 1953

Seller ID: 1151

Condition: Very Good


I haven't see one of these since I was a kid. My Irish grandparents used to buy them, but it was a very mysterious thing. Not only did the ticket itself look scary to me, but the whole thing was shrouded in mystery. Now I know why -- they were illegal in the U.S.!The Irish Sweepstake was not like today's lottery where numbers are drawn. Each ticket was assigned to a racehorse, so it was really a form of gambling. By the 60s the U.S. lightened up on it, but sales were already declining by then -- helped along by a report via Fortune magazine that the original motive to support Irish hospitals h... View more info

Image for Small Farmer's Journal Featuring Practical Horsefarming (25th Anniversary Issue, Spring 2001)

Small Farmer's Journal Featuring Practical Horsefarming (25th Anniversary Issue, Spring 2001)

By: N/A

Price: $16.00

Publisher: Sisters, Oregon, Small Farmer's Journal Inc.: 2001

Edition: Vol. 25, Number Two

Seller ID: 1354

Condition: Near Fine Condition


This is an elegant magazine which charmed me at first sighte. It comes with a brown over-layer printed with the seed packet designs in color. Open that and there's the "real" cover in glorious color. Contents are charmingly illustrated in back and white with both art and photographs, but every once in awhile you'll chance on more color art. The magazine is quite large at 11"x 13-1/2" and has 128 pages, the last of which has another surprise color farm scene. Topics in this issue include: Happ's plowing, clevises, the art of Bonnie Shields, horse logging, feeding elk, Ohio haflingers, warming u... View more info

Image for France Illustration Magazine July, 1948

France Illustration Magazine July, 1948

By: N/A

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Paris, Revue Hebdomadaire: 1948

Seller ID: 1532

Condition: Very good


Very large magazine measuring 11"x15", published in Paris in the FRENCH Language. The cover photo shows a scene from the United States Republican Convention in Philadelphia that year. The magazine was political, but it also discussed books, science, art, and cinema among other topics. The stories in this issue cover the politics Of Finland and their elections; Rouen, the tourist port on the Riviera; the ransom of liberty; the clouds of Cuba; electricity; and the Grand Week of a horse race. Magazine is clean and nice with no label. Only faults are a small tear to outer edge of front cover repai... View more info

Image for Three Arnheim's Liniment Trade Cards (Pittsburgh)

Three Arnheim's Liniment Trade Cards (Pittsburgh)

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Pittsburgh, PA, D. Arnheim: early 1900's

Seller ID: 1788

Condition: Very good


Arnheim's liniment is best known for its slogan "For Man and Beast." It's an example of truth in advertising because Arnheim's peddled his product for both horses and people. The reverse side of the card shows a glowing testament of its efficacy for people, as well as a list of maladies it could help -- rheumatism, lumbago, bruises, sprained muscles and tendons, inflammatory sore throat or quinsy, diseases of the air passages, pains in the side, back or loins, cramps or pains in the bowels, neuralgia, headache and swelled face from toothache. Two cards have the exact same copy, but the third (... View more info

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Postcard Peter Pluto 2.05-3/4

By: N/A

Price: $12.95

Publisher: Chicago, Curt Teich: Unknown

Seller ID: 1822

Condition: Very good


I've never seen this card before and can't find a comparable, but it's certainly attractive if you love horses. A little research dates this horse to 1918 and the card shows the sire as Peter the Great and the dam as Nell Worthy L. Beneath the names it says, In the Stud Forkland, Robert S. Strader Lexington, Kentucky. The card is criso and clean, has not been used and will arrive in a brans new plastic sleeve. View more info

Image for Souvenir Program Gene Autry (1950's)

Souvenir Program Gene Autry (1950's)

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Unknown Location, Scheible Press Inc.: No date, circa 1950's

Seller ID: 1991

Condition: Very Good Condition


Ah, the 50's when cowboys reined and reigned and both big kids and little kids loved the stars who rode the range. Gene Autry of course was a mega star, but he surroudned himself with other crowd pelsers too. The souvenir share th limelight ith Championa nd Little Champ (the rohorses), Smiley Burenette, Pat Butrram, ohnny Bond, Cass County Boys, Lemez Indians, Carl Cotner, Frankie Marvin and more. There lots of star info, plus wonderful black and white photos throughout. The program measures 8-1.2" x 11" with 15 pages. There's a small flat crease to upper fornt corner and back cover shows form... View more info

Image for Hartman Stock Farm Horse Department 1905 (Columbus, Ohio)

Hartman Stock Farm Horse Department 1905 (Columbus, Ohio)

By: N/A

Price: $60.00

Publisher: Columbus, Ohio, Hartman Stock Farm: 1904

Seller ID: 2405

Condition: Very good condition


This is a horse lover's information/advertising book issued by S.C. and M.D. Hartman, importers and breeders of Percheron Draft and German Coaching horses for their Columbus, Ohio farm. The Hartmans also operated a poultry department, but the only reference to that here is a full page color ad and a few pictures of outbuildings and a couple pages of info. The spotlight is definitely on the horses. Contents include, among other topics, these: the Barb, or the horse of the Sahara; an anatomical study of the horse; a study of the mouth of a horse; description and illustrations of Hartman Farm; or... View more info

Image for Arts & Decoration Combined with The Spur March, 1941 (Golf, Policed Dogs, Horses in the Carolinas)

Arts & Decoration Combined with The Spur March, 1941 (Golf, Policed Dogs, Horses in the Carolinas)

By: N/A

Price: $16.00

Publisher: Stroudsbuerg, PA., Artspur Publications: 1941

Seller ID: 2934

Condition: Very good condition


This is a marriage of two magazines -- Arts & Decoration and The Spur. The Spur was quite large (I have some issues listed here), but the combined magazine is slimmer and smaller at 10" x 12-1/2" with 50 pages. Subjects include the police dog, horses and equestrian sport in the Carolinas, golf in the Bahamas, valley ranching in Wyoming, American crafts, rugs and mirrored walls. View more info

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Granite City Steel Horse Barn / Stable Planning Manual

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Granite city , illinois, Granite City Steel: No Date

Edition: Books 6 of a series

Seller ID: 3193

Condition: Fine condition


Crisp, clean booklet which is part of a series published by the Building Department of Granite City Steel, Division of National Steel Corporation. This booklet is #6 of the Farmstead Planning Manuals. It was designed with holes for insertion in a binder, all of which are in excellent condition. Booklet is illustrated with color photographs and also shows educational drawings as well as information for planning. Booklet measures 8-1/2" x 11" and has 16 pristine pages. View more info

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Stallions 2005 Gainesway

By: N/A

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Lexington, Kentucky, Gainesway Farm: 2005

Seller ID: 3194

Condition: Fine in fine slipcase


This is a top drawer booklet spotlighting the amenities offered by Gainesway Farm -- a few of which are boarding and stud service. The booklet is in full color on quality glossy paper and the slipcase has a large cut-out in which you see the horse's eye when inserted. The booklet offers a double spread for each of a dozen of the finest horses -- Broad Brush, Cozzene, K One King, Luhuk, Mt. Livermore. Officer, Orientate, Sir Cat, Smoke Glacken, Subordination, Sunday Break, and Tapit. Booklet measures 9-1/4" x 11-1/2" and has 36 gorgeous pages. View more info

Image for Small Farmer's Journal Featuring Practical Horsefarming 25 Years, Summer 2001

Small Farmer's Journal Featuring Practical Horsefarming 25 Years, Summer 2001

By: N/A

Price: $16.95

Publisher: Sisters Oregon, The Small Farmer's Journal Inc.: Summer 2003

Edition: Summer Vol. 25, Number, Three

Seller ID: 3586

Condition: Very good condition


This is one of two issues from 2001 at which time the magazine was celebrating its 25th anniversary. This one is the spring issue and the other the summer, which at this writing is on here too. The magazine is large at 10-1/4" x 13-3/4" and has 128 pages. The magazine offers much info on horses, as that's its focus, but there are other topics too -- crops including purslane, peas, grapes and garlic; increasing soil with organic matter; and the politics of tillage. As for horses, there's articles about horse treadmill, horse harness, recognizing lameness in horses, water requirements of horses,... View more info

Image for Method of Identifying The Thoroughbred Horse

Method of Identifying The Thoroughbred Horse

By: Brady, Nicholas (chairman)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, New York, The Jockey Club: 1978

Seller ID: 3192

Condition: Fine condition


Very handsome booklet, very clean. The cut-out at the front cover provides the horse portrait with the sense of a frame. Booklet is filled with color pictures of aspects of the horse, all of which are beautiful in addition to educational. The booklet measures 6" x 9" and has 32 pristine pages. View more info

Image for Le Cheval Bleu (The Blue Horse)1942

Le Cheval Bleu (The Blue Horse)1942

By: Hale, Nathan

Price: $12.00

Publisher: France, Flammarion: 1942

Seller ID: 1139

Condition: Good


Why the original bookseller felt a need to put the stock number on the front corner of this cute little booklet is a mystery, but I can't remove it. Other than that and a little wear to edges, however, the book is clean and tightly bound. The pictures are charming and the text is in FRENCH. This is number 11 in a series for children. I have several pf these and will eventually get them all listed, but if you are looking for a title let me know and I'll see of I have i., Just use the contact button and I'll get back to you. View more info

Image for Broadway Bill (Little Big Book 1935)

Broadway Bill (Little Big Book 1935)

By: Hallinger, Mark

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Akron, Ohio, Saalfield Publishing: 1935

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 2329

Condition: Very Good condition


I grew up in Akron, Ohio where this book was published. So many of our books when we were kids came from Saalfield. The company had lots of ties to Hollywood which is why this one is typical. They also published LOTS of Shirley Temple books, apper folls etc. . This book was tied to the Columbia film of the same name starring Warner Baxter, Myrna Loy, Helen Vinson and Walter Connolly. The book is illustrated throughout with black and white stills from the movie. It's a small book measuring just 4-3/4" wide and 5-1/4" tall and part of Saalfield's Little Big Books. Book is tightly bound with no n... View more info

Image for The Spur Magazine September, 1939 (Polar Exploration, Women in Tennis)

The Spur Magazine September, 1939 (Polar Exploration, Women in Tennis)

By: Krows, Arthur Edwin

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, The Angus Company: 1939

Edition: Vol. 64, No.3

Seller ID: 2624

Condition: Very Good condition


The Spur touted itself as "a magine of the good things in life" and it was, even during the Depression, This issue covers a lot of ground, including polar exploration trips, the national celebration of the Walking Horse; Women amateurs in tennis, county fairs, King George VI sportsman, safari to the Belgian Congo, art at the Metropolitan Museum, and alcohol and why it would never be outlawed. The magazine is oversized at 10" x 14" with 56 pages. Major ads are for the Sherry Netherlands Hotel, the Plaza Hotel and Jamaica. The magazine is clean and tightly bound with two small tears, one to the... View more info

Image for Fortune Magazine  May, 1932 (Musslin's Ships, Toscanini, Brewing Beer, Race Horses)

Fortune Magazine May, 1932 (Musslin's Ships, Toscanini, Brewing Beer, Race Horses)

By: Luce, Henry R.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, Time Inc.: 1932

Edition: Volume Five, No. 5

Seller ID: 3428

Condition: Very good consition


Fortune magazine is always a gem, but this one has quite a number of articles. The topics include Mussolini's ships, Tuscanini, brewing beer, Eastman Kodak, race horses, Housing -- Part IV Labor, the tin industry and Joseph P. Day, banker and businessman. Magazine is beautifully illustrated throughout and had great ads for General Electric, the Sterling Engine Company, Gobelin Chocolates, and Pitcairn Autogiro. The magazine measures 11-1/4" x 14-1/4" and has 145 pages. Only defect is a small haze of foxing to back cover and to first pages Very light though. View more info

Image for Care of Leather and Riding Equipment (Reprint 1941)

Care of Leather and Riding Equipment (Reprint 1941)

By: No author stated

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Fort Riley, Kansas, The Cavalry School Academic Division: 1940

Edition: Reprint of the 1940 publication

Seller ID: 3075

Condition: Very good condition


This is a simply made booklet but with seriously good information. Chapters cover leather origin, tanning, and classification; agents for cleaning and preserving leather; service requirements; equipment in service and equipment in storage; cleaning methods; new equipment; used equipment; and care of metal, wood, horse covers, saddle pads and blankets; cinches or girths, and the use of ammonia. Booklet is clean inside and out with just a tiny abrasion at top of the front cover and a contemporary bookplate inside cover with previous owner's name. Measures 6" x9" and has 30 pages. View more info

Image for Postcard Grandstand For the Paddock, Miami Jockey Club

Postcard Grandstand For the Paddock, Miami Jockey Club

By: Romer, G.W. (photographer)

Price: $11.95

Publisher: Chicago, Curt Teich Co.: Unknown Circa 1920's

Seller ID: 1755

Condition: Very Good


Beautiful linen card with just a tiny crease to tip of upperright corner. It's a gorgeous Florida day and the crowd is huge and well dressed. Look closely in the foreground and you will see a lady attireed in a slim skirt and red cloche hat -- VERY 20's. The Miami Jockey Club was relatively new in this picture shot by G.W. Romer, as it opened its door in 1925. But here's the odd part -- In 1927 a Florida Supreme Court banned on betting on horses which in the lurch for the 1928 season. In 1929 though, they came up woth a new system called the "buying option." To bet you bought a stock certif... View more info