Mainz: Victor v. Zabern [ no date ]. First Edition. Oblong 4to. 11 x 7 1/2 inches. Brick red cloth (worn at head/tail of spine) with brass clasp closure at fore-edge. Front hinge tentatively re-attached with tissue. Aeg. Contains 50 albumen photographs of paintings, marked '1a' to '50a', each on it's own leaf, with text in German describing the scene. Each photograph is credited on the mount to J. G. Prestel. Very Good. Cloth. 
Moritz Sandor was an avid horseman, and is depicted as fearless. Each photograph of a painting shows him atop or near horses engaged in some challenge. The title sums up the album: riding, driving and hunting events in the life of Count Moritz Sándor. Recorded, painted and photographically reproduced by painter JG Prestel [who] accompanied the Count Sándor for 12 years. OCLC shows several instances with variant titles, all scarce (10 entries, one library holding per title, all in Germany or Scotland).