Lot 81 of 314:
The Golficide, 1st ed. with 1st British ed.  

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The Golficide and Other Tales of the Fair Green

Sutphen, W.G. Van T.

Various places




First Edition and First British Edition:

  • [8], 228 + [2] ad pp. Illustrated with plates from paintings by various artists. (12mo) original red cloth-backed boards, gilt-lettered spine, white-lettered front cover, white four-leaf clover stamped on rear board, top page edge dyed red. First Edition.
  • [x], 190, + 2 ad pp. With 6 full page plates. (12mo) original pictorial green cloth with image of a golfer swinging on cover. First English Edition. 

The first book of American golf fiction. Murdoch 752; D&M4470; D&J S42340. Provenance: 

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Light wear to both volumes; rubbing and slight lean to both, some sunning to American edition; very good or better.

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