Africa has some fourteen to eighteen species of duikers, which are very small antelopes. The word duiker is of Dutch origin and it means to “scoot under,” which is quite appropriate because duikers scoot under bushes and thick vegetation to get away from potential threats. Duikers come in many varieties, with the largest of them … Continue reading No. 1 Zebra or banded Duiker
Recently a customer sent us a copy of the eighth edition of Rowland Ward’s Records of Big Game (1922). While nice copies of this edition are now getting hard to find, this is by no means the rarest of the Records of Big Game series. Inside this particular copy, however, we found extensive annotations in … Continue reading Rare Photo Found of No. 2 Tibetan Argali
We recently came across a large collection of Rowland Ward Ltd. Publications from the Golden Era of Rowland Ward and big-game hunting, for that matter. They are offered here by in the PDF with detailed descriptions as well as condition and price. Some of the highlights include a copy of Prince Emil Demifdoff’s AFTER WILD … Continue reading Antiquarian Rowland Ward Books. Includes a complete set of Records of Big Game 1892-2006!
We have uploaded the new fillable PDF entry forms for 11 Rowland Ward Methods! Have a look at our site rowlandward.com. Method 1, Deer without palmation and crowns. Method 3, Fallow deer. Method 5, Pigs and hippos Method 7, Horned animals and single antlered deer. Method 8, Spiral horned antelope, addax, black buck. Method 12, African … Continue reading NEW FILLABLE PDF ENTRY FORMS