Cricket - A. G. Steel, The Hon. R. H. Lyttelton 1888 - Longmans, London - First Edition ‘You will find that A.G. Steel's article on bowling is the best ever written and should be read at least twice a year by every bowler’ – Arthur Conan Doyle.

A wonderful compendium of cricket writing, with pieces on batting, bowling, fielding, umpires, and the history of the game, and featuring contributions by A. Lang, W.G. Grace, R. A. H. Mitchell, and F. Gale.

Profusely illustrated throughout with numerous engravings after Lucien Davis and from photographs.
  8vo. pp. [2] xiii [3] 429 [1] [2-advertisements].   Bound to style in recent half dark-blue morocco over orange buckram, gilt titles to spine, gilt rules to morocco. top edge gilt, blue endpapers.   Condition: Near fine, faint occasional foxing, some light spotting to fore edge, in fine binding.   Ref: 107681   Price: HK$ 1,900