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Record Books

Record Book Collection

The full collection of Records of Big Game comprsing 34 books (including 3 addendums to 11th edition). All the later editions are numbered and signed and bound in leather.

Mailing is NOT included

 

Records of Big Game 29th Standard

Edited by: Jane Halse


Completely revised and updated, this famous work features concise descriptions and distributions of the world's major game species. The measurement tables contain details of many thousands of trophies measured over a period dating as early as the 16th Century. There are many new photographs including some top trophies. This volume contains the African Species only. The standard edition is bound in burgundy book cloth and gold embossed. There are colour photos throughout the book and each Species has a distribution map.

Binding and pages: Cloth binding in burgundy; limited to 1500 copies; 860 pages; colour photographs and maps; fine copy

Records of Big Game 30th

For more than two-and-a-half years the production team at Rowland Ward Ltd. has been hard at work preparing the 30th edition of its iconic Records of Big Game.  In order to create an “entirely new” record book, this one on African game animals, we decided to implement the following: We have included photos of the highest scoring heads, based upon a strict policy of ethics and aesthetics; we have made the book “user friendly” by completely reorganizing the layout of the book according to traditional methods used by naturalists and hunters as well as by biological kinship; we have created—with particular pride we might add—83 new maps featuring over 200 varieties of African game animals that illustrate accurate, current game distributions in great detail and full color; and, finally, we have completely reshaped the table of contents and index to make the search for a specific species easy to do. 

Records of Big Game 30th ed

For more than two-and-a-half years the production team at Rowland Ward Ltd. has been hard at work preparing the 30th edition of its iconic Records of Big Game.  In order to create an “entirely new” record book, this one on African game animals, we decided to implement the following: We have included photos of the highest scoring heads, based upon a strict policy of ethics and aesthetics; we have made the book “user friendly” by completely reorganizing the layout of the book according to traditional methods used by naturalists and hunters as well as by biological kinship; we have created—with particular pride we might add—83 new maps featuring over 200 varieties of African game animals that illustrate accurate, current game distributions in great detail and full color; and, finally, we have completely reshaped the table of contents and index to make the search for a specific species easy to do.