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British Golf Links, Hutchinson, Horace  

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British Golf Links: A Short Account of the Leading Golf Links of the United Kingdom with Numerous Illustrations and Portraits

Hutchinson, Horace, editor


J.S. Virtue



viii, 331 + v ad pp. Illustrated from numerous photographs and engravings throughout. (4to), 32.3x24 cm (12¾x9½"), original decorative green cloth with spine and front cover stamped in brown and black, lettered in gilt, dark brown endpapers; housed in custom made clamshell box, quarter morocco and cloth, spine tooled in gilt, raised bands. First Trade Edition.



Ownership signature on front fly leaf of Henry Claston and otherwise unidentified inscription. An account of 51 of the finest British golf courses, including Pau, Biaritz and Cannes, (as well as 3 in France).  D&M 2950; D&J H28240.


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Spine and edges rubbed, foxing to edges; front joint cracked; very good or better, in fine box.

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