Lot 69 of 400:
A History of Golf in Britain, First Edition.   

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Lot closed - Sold For:$120
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Title:
A History of Golf in Britain
Author:
Darwin, Bernard, H. Gardiner-Hill, Henry Cotton, et al.
Place:
London
Publisher:
Cassell
Date:
[1952]
Description:

xv, 312 pp. Foreword by Sir George Cunningham. Illustrated from photographs and reproductions, some in color; 5 golf course maps, one of which is folding. (4to) original green cloth with leather spine label, dust jacket. First Edition.

"Another of the great, modern-day classics of golf literature. It is most comprehensive, tracing the history of the game from the earliest times, and is highly recommended for every golfer's library" - Murdoch 186; D&M 14740; D&J D7870.

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Condition:
Jacket lightly sunned and soiled; volume fine.
 
Item number:
278895
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