Lot 288 of 471:
Signed by George C. Thomas, Jr.  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$2,040
Estimate:
$3,000 - $5,000

Title:
Golf Architecture in America: Its Strategy and Construction

Author:
Thomas, George C., Jr.

Place:
Los Angeles

Publisher:
The Times-Mirror Press

Date:
1927

Description:

xxv, 342 pp. Illustrations from photos, golf course plans and maps (1 is folding in the rear), 4 photos in color including frontispiece; decorative endpapers. (8vo) original dark blue-green cloth, vignette on the front cover, top edge green, original color pictorial jacket. First Edition.

Signed by George C. Thomas Jr.


Lot Amendments

Condition:
Jacket worn, chipped with long tear at front fold, edgewear; volume lightly worn, slight lean, hints of foxing within, foxing to course plan at rear; very good in good jacket.


 
Item number:
300232
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