London: R.A. Everett, 1904. 127p. Red cloth with black text. Scarce tale, this title rarely comes up and less so in this very good condition. Andre was a member of West Herts. golf club.
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London: Cassel & Company Ltd., 1964. 260p, brown wrappers. Classic Longhurst. Scarce proof copy, publication date 9th November 1964.
London: Chapman & Hall, 1934. 246p, dec. cloth edition no spine fade, contents very good. D&J D6100.
London: Kegan, Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. Ltd., 1911. 271p. decorative cloth. Illustrated with golfer silhouettes throughout by E.W. Mitchell, original pictorial mustard cloth, lettered in maroon. Classic collection of columns Mr. Darwin had written for the London Evening Standard under the name "Tee Shots," plus articles contributed to Fry's.....
London: Newnes, 1930. 178p. Decorative cloth. Frontispiece portrait from a photograph of the author. Publisher's colour pictorial jacket, and plain to see the book has spent its life inside of the jacket. D&J D6820.
England: Dent, 1938. 498p cloth edited by Lawless, reprinted edition 1st 1937. chapters by Bernard Darwin, Henry Cotton, Robert Browning, A.H. Padgham, Eleanor Helme, O.B. Keeler, and several more. Very nice copy in a hard to find Jacket.
London: Elkin, Mathews and Marriot, 1930. 208p. illustrated cloth 1st edition. Dickens, Darwin's favourite author.
Woodstock, Vermont, Vermont: Elm Tree Press, 1912. 58p. decorative cloth. illustrated by Louis Wisa. Limited edition 52/500.