Lot 213 of 471:
Seven miscellaneous golf volumes  

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$300 - $500

A golf miscellany with seven volumes

Various authors

Various places


Various dates


7 volumes mostly in cloth, all in original bindings.


  • Golf Sketches - 1897, a sammelband volume of articles from Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Blue cloth lettered in gilt on spine.
  • The Sportswoman's Library edited by Frances E. Slaughter. Archibald Constable, Westminster, 1898. 2 volumes. (Hinges cracked).
  • The New Golfer's Almanac for the Year 1910 made up by W.L. Stoddard. Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1909. 
  • Ye Royal and Antient Game of Golf : A Calendar for 1911. Hills & Co., London, 1911. With a color illustration for each month.
  • Golf from Two Sides by Roger and Joyce Wethered. Longmans, Green, and Co., London, 1922. (Spine sunned, dampstaining to cover at face).
  • The Golfer's Year Book 1930 edited by William D. Richardson and Lincoln A. Werden. The Golfer's Year Book Co., New York, 1930.


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