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The Lonsdale Library Vol IX The Game of Golf Stroke Play, by Joyce and Roger Wethered; Match & Medal Play, Practice, Middle-Aged Golf, Watching for Profit & Famous Courses, by Bernard Darwin; History & Literature, by Horace Hutchinson; Golf Architecture & Green-keeping, by T.C.Simpson. With One Hundred Illustrations.

By Various

1931

Seeley, Service and Co. Ltd. : London

8.5" by 6"

251pp.

 

 

 

DETAILS

An attractive first edition of 'The Game of Golf', volume IX in The Lonsdale Library Series.

Containing selected writings by prominent golf figures such as Bernard Darwin, Charles Darwin's grandson, and a notable writer and amateur golfer in his own right and Joyce Wethered, who was commonly regarded as the leading female British golfer of the inter-war period. Part of 'The Lonsdale Library Series', with an advertisement for other volumes in the series to the front of the text. Collated, complete with numerous folding plates, many detached but all present.

CONDITION

In publisher's original cloth binding. Externally, excellent. Slightly bumped to extremities and head and tail of spine. Gilt lettering to tail of spine is slightly rubbed. Small ink mark to front board. Faint offsetting to free-endpapers. Internally, generally firmly bound. Leaf containing plates 13, 14 17 and 18 detached but present. Leaf containing plates 27, 28 and 29 detached but present. Leaf containing plated 46 and 49 detached but present. Leafs containing plates 64 to 72 detached but present. Pages bright and clean with light spots to the fore-edge, not affecting the text. Light scattered spotting to the first and last few pages. Crease to upper corner of page 105.

Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed

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