A selection of antique military firearms firing and regulation manuals. Field Service Regulations features four text corrections to February 4, 1916, is bound in black cloth covered boards and features gilt lettering to the cover. The 1915 edition of Regulations for the United States Military Telegraph Lines is Manual No. 2, bound in dark brown cloth covered boards and gilt lettered. Two 1906 and 1913 volumes titled Small Arms Regulations are bound in dark orange with gilt lettering. The 1913 edition is corrected to April 15, 1917, with changes to numbers 1-18. The Service Rifles by A. Marksman (L.R. Tippins) is a second edition bound in grey cloth with red lettering and red design to the cover (J.S. Phillips, London, 1901).
|Title and Author/Editor:||Regulations for United States Military Telegraph Lines, Alaskan Cables, and Telegraph Stations (prepared under the direction of Brigadier General George P. Scriven), Field Service Regulations: United States Army, Manual for Rifle Practice (Geo. W. Wingate), and more.|
|Binding:||Cloth on board|
|Publisher:||Government Printing Office, Military Publishing Co.|
|Publication Year:||1915, 1914, 1872|
|Place of Publication:||Washington, D.C., New York, W. C. & F. P. Church|
|Number of Books:||6|
- wear to covers, stamps and writing to endpapers, carcked hinge, fading and tight bindings.
- measured as a group for shipping purposes,