Lot 284 of 471:
Sutton's Book of the Links 1st Edition  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$120
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
The Book of the Links: A Symposium on Golf by Sir George Riddell, Bernard Darwin, Martin H.F. Sutton, H.S. Colt, A.D. Hall...

Author:
Sutton, Martin H. F., editor

Place:
London

Publisher:
W.H. Smith & Son

Date:
[1912]

Description:

x, 212 + xii ad pp. Illustrated with several plates from photographs and drawings. (8vo) original blue cloth, gilt-lettered morocco spine label. First Edition.

"One of the earliest efforts to pass on advice to greenskeepers and greens committees, and a very comprehensive account of how to construct and maintain a golf course." Murdoch 757; D&M 36310; D&J S42550.


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Condition:
Rubbing to ends and edges of somewhat leaning and darkened spine; toning to endpapers, cracked rear hinge; very good.


 
Item number:
303916
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