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Auction Description for Dominic Winter:
Viewing Notes:
In the Upstairs Rooms, 6th & 7th April 10am - 7pm.
Sale Notes:
None

504 lots

August 4, 1999

Mallard House

Broadway Lane

South Cerney, GL7 5UQ United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1285 860006

Fax: +44 (0)1285 862461

Email: info@dominicwinter.co.uk

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Lot 1: [ Archery ] Hargrove (Ely & Alfred E.). Anecdotes of Archery, from the Earliest Ages to the Year 1791, by the Late E. Hargrove. The whole carefully revised, brought down to the Present Time and interspersed with much new and valuable matter,

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Description: [ Archery ] Hargrove (Ely & Alfred E.). Anecdotes of Archery, from the Earliest Ages to the Year 1791, by the Late E. Hargrove. The whole carefully revised, brought down to the Present Time and interspersed with much new and valuable matter, including an account of the Principal Existing Societies of Archers, a Life of the Renowned Robin Hood, and a Glossary of terms in Archery, etc., by Alfred E. Hargrove, York, 1845, frontis., add. col. title, eng. plts., orig. cloth gilt, rubbed and minor wear to extrems., 8vo Lake & Wright, a Bibliography of Archery, p.137 (1)

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Lot 2: [ Archery ] Klopsteg (Paul E.). Turkish Archery and the Composite Bow a Review of an Old Chapter in the Chronicles of Archery and a Modern Addendum, 1st ed., privately printed, Evanston, 1934, b & w illusts., slight foxing, orig. qtr. red morocco,

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Description: [ Archery ] Klopsteg (Paul E.). Turkish Archery and the Composite Bow a Review of an Old Chapter in the Chronicles of Archery and a Modern Addendum, 1st ed., privately printed, Evanston, 1934, b & w illusts., slight foxing, orig. qtr. red morocco, slightly faded spine, 8vo Limited ed. 57/100, signed by author. (1)

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Lot 3: [ Archery ] Tile. A glazed ceramic tile, pub. late 19th c., with hand painted circular picture of an old English bowman with female attendant, approx. 16 x 16cm., modern wood frame (1)

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Description: [ Archery ] Tile. A glazed ceramic tile, pub. late 19th c., with hand painted circular picture of an old English bowman with female attendant, approx. 16 x 16cm., modern wood frame (1)

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Lot 4: [ Billiards ] Billiard balls. A set of three " Crystalate" billiard balls, prob. c. 1920s, cont. in manufacturer's orig. fitted cardboard box with printed label to lid, a little soiled and rubbed (1)

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Description: [ Billiards ] Billiard balls. A set of three " Crystalate" billiard balls, prob. c. 1920s, cont. in manufacturer's orig. fitted cardboard box with printed label to lid, a little soiled and rubbed (1)

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Lot 5: [ Billiards ] Billiard balls. A set of three ivory billiard balls by W. Jelks & Sons, London, cont. in manufacturer's orig. fitted cardboard box with printed details to lid, a little soiled (1)

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Description: [ Billiards ] Billiard balls. A set of three ivory billiard balls by W. Jelks & Sons, London, cont. in manufacturer's orig. fitted cardboard box with printed details to lid, a little soiled (1)

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