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Rule XII When a ball lies in or touches a hazard, nothing shall be done to improve its lie

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Antique print. Rule XII When a ball lies in or touches a hazard, nothing shall be done to improve its lie
Rule XII When a ball lies in or touches a hazard, nothing shall be done to improve its lie
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  • Artist / Collection: Charles Crombie
  • Product Code: FRP21126
US$50.00

41 x 30 cm (16 x 11.75 inches).

Charles Crombie was born in 1880 at Dumfries, Scotland. By 1901 Charles was working as a sculptor and artist. He specialised in cartoons and illustrations. His collection of 24 humorous cartoons, The Rules Of Golf, was first published by the bottled water company Perrier in 1906, and rapidly became a best-selling series. This is a lithograph in excellent condition, printed by litho-offset . Blank on reverse. The paper is thick and light creamy white.

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Style
Date Made 1900-1949
Paper Size 41 x 30 cm (16 x 11.75 inches)
Shape Landscape
Main Color Multicolored
Size Category 41 to 50 cm [16 to 20 inches]
Tags: golf , cartoon