Lot 432 of 471:
Scotland's Gift by Macdonald 1st trade edition  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$240
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Scotland's Gift: Golf
Macdonald, Charles Blair
New York
Charles Scribner's Sons

xi, [3], 340 pp. Illustrated with several full-page photo-lithographs; 3 color plates, including frontispiece; folding map of the National Golf Links of America at rear. (4to) original gilt-lettered red cloth. First Trade Edition.

A wonderful narrative on the history of golf as well as early clubs and balls: "...widely hailed as one of the most important books on the history of golf in America."  Murdoch 475; D&M 24770; D&J M1720.

Lot Amendments
Light wear, ends frayed, bookplate and collector's ink stamp on front endpapers; very good.
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