London, South Kensington
1 September 2008
Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. London: Baily Brothers, 1860-1867. Volumes I-XIII, 8°, engraved additional titles and portraits (frontispiece and additional title in vol. XIII spotted, occasional spotting elsewhere, light creasemarks), original green cloth, gilt covers and spines with racing, fox-hunting and cricketing vignettes, uncut (front inner hinges of vol. I split, some corners bumped).
With cricket reports in each volume and the game commemorated on the spines. Vol. IV has a lengthy account of "Our Eleven in Australia", pp. 256-261. The magazine flourished until 1926. Padwick 1180. (13)
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