Lot 318 of 471:
Five volumes in golf humor  

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Five humorous books on the subject of golf

Various authors

Various places


Various dates


5 volumes in various formats in original bindings, three with jackets; mostly First Editions.


  • The Golfer's Rubaiyat by H.W. Boynton. Herbert S. Stone, Chicago, 1901. Cloth-backed boards.
  • Wee Bits O' Scotch Humor selected by Elizabeth McCreath Muir. Greenberg Publisher, New York, [1923]. Cloth, jacket. (Some pencil marks).
  • I'll Never be Cured & I Don't Much Care by Douglas B. Wesson with illustrations by Wyncie King. J.H. Sears & Company, New York, [1928]. Cloth, jacket. 
  • Mr. Punch on the Links edited by E.V. Knox. Rae D. Henkle, New York, 1929. Original green cloth. 
  • Adventures at Golf by H.M. Bateman. Methuen, London, [1928]. Second Edition. 


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Light wear; generally very good.

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