A and W McCarthy (Firm) -127A. Grass suits. These suits save the trouble of digging a whare when duck shooting ... (1902) (21500506830)
Shows an illustration of four poses of a duck shooter wearing a grass suit to disguise himself while shooting. Shows back and front views of the man kneeling, and standing. Text states that the shooter can change his position, if he is not in the flight of the ducks, and a duck will not be able to detect the shooter. Price 10 shillings. It is not stated what type of grass was used.
Quantity: 1 b&w art print(s).
Physical Description: Engraving on lower half of catalogue page, 120 x 188 mm.
A & W McCarthy (Firm) :127A. Grass suits. These suits save the trouble of digging a whare when duck shooting ... . [Ephemera of octavo size relating to guns, rifles, shooting and ammunition. 1880-1929].. Ref: Eph-A-GUN-1902-01-018-2. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. natlib.govt.nz/records/22913097