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THE GOLFER'S ALPHABET

THE GOLFER

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Humorous illustrations by AB Frost and accompanying rhymes by WG Van Tassel Sutphen, the man who coined the phrase "the 19th hole".

Square 4to. Unpaginated. Illustrated boards, rubbed with some small chips and the odd area of surface loss. Corners and edges a little bumped. Binding becoming loose but still intact and clean. A good copy.

Date
1898
Publisher
Harper & Brothers
Author
W.G.Van T SUTPHEN

£265.00 (Code: 40865)

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