Lot 456 of 471:
St. Andrews Links Local Rules 1930  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$96
Estimate:
$10 - $100

Title:
St. Andrews Links. Local Rules.

Author:

Place:
St. Andrews

Publisher:

Date:
1930

Description:

[4] pp. 13x10 cm (5¼x4") original printed wrappers.

A very uncommon pamphlet. Apparently in 1930 there was no need for a track or rut iron as the local rule states that  “All cart-tracks on the Courses, except the Mussel Road, may be treated as ground under repair.”


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Condition:
Light wear and spotting, vertical crease; very good.

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Item number:
275511a
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