Good. 1966 Reprint, Red Boards, "The Dunes" Myrtle Beach SC Tournament Copy (See photo), Clean, very good binding, no marks or notations, less than quarter sized light stain to bottom corner page edge-didn't warp paper or show inside (See photo).
Illustr, 10 x 7, full gilt lettered red morocco, 422 pp with index, covers a little worn, some white spots on covers, contents toned else a decent copy. Lettered in gilt on front cover is "Grosse Ile G. & C.C." along with recipient's name.
Very Good. Red leather hardcover, States Ohio Kings Island Open 1977 in gold embossing on front cover, no dj, no marks noted in or on book, Each order is emailed a USPS tracking number. All books are sanitized and cleaned for your protection before mailing.
Good. No Jacket. Book Hard bound, no dust jacket. Sunning to spine edge. Previous owners 1936 inscription, otherwise with interior clean and binding sound. 423 pages. Illustrated in B&W. [Heavy-please contact for overseas shipping quote]
VG or better. Red cloth with slightly faded gilt title and top edge gilt. xvii + 423pp. Frontispiece, 59 plates. Limitation sheet after half-title signed by the author and dated Oct. '36. A fabulous copy in original publishers red cloth (not green cloth like the standard edition). Tight, clean and fresh. No cardboard slipcase. Will make a great and much-appreciated Holiday gift! A signed copy.
Collectible; Very Good. The 1936 signed/limited, in its red cloth and issued simultaneoulsy with the more common trade edition. #182 OF 350 COPIES SIGNED BY H.B. MARTIN at the limitation. Solid and VG, with still-bright gilt-lettering along the spine. Light spotting at the panels but crisp and firm and very presentable. Thick octavo, 423 pgs. (including wonderful black-and-white photos thruout), top-edge gilt. Also includes a VG example of the publisher's original printed slipcase, with light scuffing and wear at the panels and edges. Historic stamp of "The Merion Cricket Club" at the front free endpaper, the rear pastedown and at the foot of several of the pages of text. An interesting association: the club, located in Haverford, PA and founded in 1865, serviced the wealthy along Philadelphia's legendary Mainline and is located just up the road from one of the hallowed spots in American golf, The Merion Golf Club (which has hosted 6 U.S. Opens) in Ardmore. Signed by Author.
Fifty years of American golf
by Harry Brownlow Martin
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