RARE and COLLECTABLE
BULL TERRIER BOOKS
This is a true story of two young enthusiasts with a common interest in Bull Terriers. Andy Stubbs (Tyebar) and Frank Dyson (Tawnbarr) both starting off at the same time with their quality bred coloured foundation bitches, following the advice of Tom Horner in his book ‘All about the Bull Terrier’.
The Handbook :
Is a detailed introduction to make and shape in the Bull Terrier;
Is written in a down to earth and easy to understand style;
Has photographs of top dogs to illustrate points of the Breed Standard;
Is an ideal Handbook for Novices, Breeders and Judges.
Type and the Breed Standard
Type and the Bull Terrier
Conformation and Movement
Official Kennel Club Breed Standard
THE DEFINITIVE BULL TERRIER (and “making the Miniature Bull Terrier”)
A signed, numbered, limited, Second Edition of The Definitive Bull Terrier (from Puss to Gully) expanded to include “and making the Miniature Bull Terrier”.
“Whilst the Miniature Bull Terrier Club was granted recognition by the Kennel Club in 1939, the breed has a much longer history than that. It is interesting to note that in 1872, Mr Henry Webb distinguished what we now call Miniature Bull Terriers as a separate breed from their larger cousins in the book he edited, 'Dogs: Their Points, Whims, Instincts and Peculiarities'. Of further interest was that one of the contributors to Webb’s book was the great supporter of small bull terriers, none other than S E Shirley MP."
Reserve your copy now: Price £25 UK, £30 Rest of World, post free
By Bert Coupe, NOT A BULL TERRIER BOOK. It is a social history snapshot through the 1950’s and 1960’s, from hardship and love in a Yorkshire Pit Village to hardship and not so much love in a Lancashire Mill Town. A perceptive thread of life, love, resentment, humour and just plain kind heartedness runs through Tony’s true and depictive tale of his journey from cradle to teenage years.
Bert (Tony) Coupe won the Ormandy Jug for Dogs in 1984 with his home bred Ch Faithfield Royal Sovereign.
Torn cover otherwise very good condition
Very rare Jackadandy Heritage
Rare, unsigned 1969 First Edition
Rare, unsigned 1969 First Edition (tear to corner of jacket)
Very rare "must have" history 571 pages, Signed
Very rare to find a McGuffin signed and still in its original box
First Edition 1952, complete with pedigree envelope
First Edition 1993
First Edition 1932
The 5th Bull Terrier Book, edited by Margaret Sweeten
Signed by M.R.Weeks, First Collection of Bull Terrier Tales, 1988
Signed by M.R.Weeks, Second Collection of Bull Terrier Tales, 1991
There are many copis of the book around but to find a signed one is very rare
Extremely Rare, number 59 of 500, with Certificate of Authenticity, First Australian Bull Terrier Book, published 1988
Rare copy of The Second Australian Bull Terrier Book, published 1993