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Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf by  Ben (with Herbert Warren Wind) Hogan - Signed First Edition - 1957 - from Refuge Books: Used & Rare and

Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf

by Hogan, Ben (with Herbert Warren Wind)

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New York: A.S. Barnes & Co., 1957. Probable First printing. Hardcover, no DJ. *SIGNED BY ARNOLD PALMER and JACK NICKLAUS. Good+ copy. Presumed 1st/1st (Barnes was notoriously inconsistent on printing statements, and did not explicitly state first editions). Shelfwear, scuffed/marked with some soiling to cloth boards, fraying corners. Signatures to FFEP verso & recto, was apparently torn out, folded, creased, and taped back in. Text & illustrations are mercifully free of markings or notations. Illustrated by Anthony Ravielli. [FULL DISCLOSURE: I am by no means an autograph expert; my assessment is based on close comparison of other autographs I have researched, with these being, in my opinion, genuine and authentic. If there is any question in your mind, please enlist the services of a professional sports memorabilia expert/authority.] A VERY RARE find as signed by two of the sport's all-time greats. PLEASE NOTE: We are happy to provide photos. Please contact us for any specific requests. BUYING AND SELLING USED AND RARE BOOKS FROM HISTORIC EAST NASHVILLE SINCE 2012.


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