GOLF POSTCARDS - CHARLES CROMBIE
This first serie of Crombie's golf postcards is certainly the most well known.
It was published at the same time the Perrier engravings were edited.
(Valentine Series, c.1905)
Here is the full set of 6 postcards.
|A game consists ...||A stroke ...||Casual water ...|
|No player should ...||All holes made by a player ...||Any wheelbarrow ...|
This is an interesting serie, less known. Even if published more recently, it is much more
difficult to find.
It is a folding booklet of 9 postcards. Size is rather unusual : approximatively 13 x 20 cm (5.1 x 7.8 in.)
Set of 9 postcards, published in UK by Chimera Art, London.
Rule IV - If a player play when is partner ..
Rule VII - A ball must be played ...
Rule XIII - Worm casts may be removed ...
Rule XIV - If a ball ...
Rule XVI - When ye ball lies ...
Rule XX - A player shall not play ...
Rule XXIII - If ye player's ball ...
Rule XXXII - A player may stand out ...
Rule XXXIII - A player should not ask for advice ...
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