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WITHDRAWN - Five magazines with articles on golf  

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WITHDRAWN - Five magazines from 1890's-1920's with articles on golf

Various authors

Various places


Various dates


WITHDRAWN - 5 magazines with original printed wrappers.


  • The Delineator: A Journal of Fashion, Culture and Fine Arts; Vol. XLIV, August, 1894, no. 2. The Game of Golf and How it is Played by R.G..
  • Cosmopolitan Magazine; Vol XX, April, 1896, no. 6. A Word About Golf, Golfers, and Golf-Links in England and Scotland by Price Collier.
  • Harper's New Monthly Magazine. No. 569, October, 1897. The Golfer's Conquest of America by Casper Whitney. (Chipping at fore-edge, dampstaining within.
  • The Windsor Magazine, Christmas issue, 1922. Long Driving at Golf: Some of its Secrets by Harry Vardon.
  • The Windsor Magazine, June issue, 1924. Mind Over Matter in Golf with Edward Ray by Clyde Foster.


Lot Amendments

Generally very good. Harper's Monthly Magazine good only.

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