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Football, A Popular Handbook Of The Game [1887]: The Boy's Own Bookshelf II. Irvine, Alcock et al.

Very rare early "Football" Rugby & Soccer

Fully titled --- The Boy's Own Bookshelf II - Football, A Popular Handbook Of The Game by Dr. Irvine, C.W. Alcock and Other Recognised Authorities, edited by G.A. Hutchison, with Plans of Grounds and Other Illustrations. Published by The Religious Tract Society. London, First Edition. Though no date given on title page. The British Library Catalogue dates its own single copy as 1887. xv + [i] + 140 text pages plus 4 pp. of publishers adverts. "Good plus" blue cloth hardback some bumping/abrasion to corners and head/tail of spine, as shown clearly in the accompanying images. (Interestingly C.W. Alcock was also the editor of John Lilywhite's Football Annual, which appeared in 1869, and then of The Football Annual which succeeded it.)

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