All volumes are uniformly bound in the publisher's full black morocco, lettered and decorated in gilt on the spines and front covers, with gilt inner dentelles, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers; about ten spines are sunned to varying degrees (but in only one instance, the 'Racing' volume, is it in any way moderately heavy); a few spines are lightly marked; a few corners are slightly rubbed and bumped; slight silverfish damage to the bottom margin of a small number of leaves in the 'Breeding' volume; trifling signs of handling and storage; overall an excellent and impressive run.
Each volume is uniformly hand-numbered (426 of 1000 copies). The Angas family crest is stamped in gilt on the front cover of each volume, presumably as issued by the publisher, under instructions from Charles Howard Angas (1861-1928), a grandson of George Fife Angas. In alphabetical order, the present set is as follows.  Athletic Sports, Tennis, Rackets, and other Ball Games.  Breeding, Agriculture, Country-Life Pursuits.  Commerce and Industry.  Cricket and Football (1917).  Golf, Athletics, Tennis, Hockey and other Ball Games, Winter Sports.  Hunting.  Modern Commerce, Transport, Motoring and Aviation.  Modern Flat-Racing, Steeplechasing, Point-to-Point Racing, Coursing and Greyhound Racing.  Polo and Coaching.  Racing.  Shooting and Deerstalking. [12 and 13] Sportsmen of the Past (in two volumes).  The Story of Shipping.  Yachting and Rowing (1916). 'Part of the intention in publishing the series was to legitimise sport history and to bring together much of the lore that surrounded the various sports and their 'heroes'' (from the 2006 catalogue 'Sport: An Exhibition of Material from the Monash University Library Rare Books Collection', accessed online). [15 items].