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Lot of 20 hardcover club histories from England





With: Dorling. The Hurlingham Club, 1869-1953. Dj. * A History of Ashford Manor Golf Club by “Historian.” 1966. * Furness Golf Club: A Centenary Story, 1872-1972. * Harbottle. The Northumberland Golf Club Story. Dj. [1978]. * Ward. Came Down to Golf!: The story of the Came Down Golf Club dating from the 1890s to the 1980s. Dj. (Rubberstamped from the 19th Hole at Seaford). Ellesborough Press, 1984. * Aldeburgh Golf Club: The First Hundred Years, 1884-1984. * Chape & Ogilvie. Newbiggin Golf Club Limited: Centenary, 1884 to 1984. * Heath. Towards One Hundred Years: Edgbaston Golf Club, 1896-1986. No. 37 of 750 copies, signed by the author. Grant Books. * Cruickshank. The History of Royal Wimbledon Golf Club, 1865-1986. * Jenkins. Parkstone: A history of its golf club. Dj. [1987]. * Milton. A History of Royal Eastbourne Golf Club, 1887-1987. Dj. * Collins. 100 Years at Notts Golf Club, 1887 to 1987. Dj. [1989]. * Simons. The History of West Herts Golf Club, 1890-1989. Dj. * McCreath. One Hundred Years of Golf at Goswick…1889-1989. Dj. * King. Banstead Downs Golf Club: The First Hundred Years, 1890-1990. * Todd. Crews Hill: The Story of a Golf Club, 1916-1991. Dj. * Sleight. The ‘City’ Centenary, 1891-1991. Dj. Printed slip from the club manager, signed, laid in. * Connelly. A Temple of Golf: A History of Woking Golf Club, 1893-1993. Dj. * 100 Years of Golf: The History of Coventry Hearsall Golf Club, 1894-1994. Dj. * Podmore. From Lightcliffe to Ogden: The Halifax Golf Club, 1895-1995. Together, 20 volumes. Illustrated. 8vo. Cloth and/or boards, 12 with jackets. First Editions.

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Occasional light edge wear (more so to older titles); from near fine to fine.

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