Lot 75 of 471:
Hist. of Edinburgh Burgess Golfing Society 1906  

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Lot closed - Sold For:$4,800
Estimate:
$5,000 - $8,000

Title:
History of the Edinburgh Burgess Golfing Society
Author:
Place:
Edinburgh
Publisher:
Printed by David MacDonald
Date:
1906
Description:

46, [8] + [2 (blank)] pp. Illustrated from photographs and drawings of members, past champions, etc., including a portrait drawing of Old Tom Morris with caption “who laid out Barnton.” In back, with List of Office-Bearers of the Society from 1773 to 1906. 4¾x3½", original gilt stamped flexible red cloth, front cover with gilt title and Far and Sure logo, original yellow endpapers. First Edition.

Rare and important golf club history book. Originally published in the Edinburgh Evening Dispatch, April 14 and 21, 1906. . D&M 15810; D&J E2410.

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Condition:
Fine.
 
Item number:
306828
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