Antique Print-GOLF-MISS-SWING-TEE-CADDY-PUNCH-BULL-Rene Bull-1920

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Golf, like Billiards, has become too easy; and following the Invention of the oval Table, the above Scheme has been designed for the Use of advanced Golfers. – satirical golf print, showing a man missing his swing, while his caddy is messing with the tee.

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‘Golf, like Billiards, has become too easy; and following the Invention of the oval Table, the above Scheme has been designed for the Use of advanced Golfers.’

Handolcoured pen lithograph on a vellin type paper. on paper.
Sheet size: 28 x 30 cm. (11 x 11,8 inch). Image size: 12 x 14 cm. (4,7 x 5,5 inch).

Original engraving from Punch (or a similar British periodical, ca. 1920’s).

Anonymous.

Condition: Good, given age. Professionally matted. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Not examined out of matting. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.

Keywords: GOLF-MISS-SWING-TEE-CADDY-PUNCH-BULL

DPO-87-10

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Dimensions 30 × 28 × 1 cm

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