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Golf Through the Ages - Imperial Edition

Golf Through the Ages is the most exquisite book ever published on the game of golf. It's a one-of-a-kind treasury of golf art, spanning six centuries of history and representing the culmination of thirteen years of intensive scholarly research conducted across four continents. The end products is a lavishly bound 464-page visual and literary masterpiece, featuring an absolutely stunning collection of golf art--fifty percent of which has never been previously published!

"...quite magnificent, and I, more than most, appreciate the dedication to original research that is quiet evident in (this) presentation."
Alastair J. Johnston, co-author of The Chronicles of Golf: 1457 to 1857

"....no four-star golf library is complete without this definitive visual history of golf and its precursors."
Jonathan Lesser, Travel & Leisure Golf, (May/June 2004)

"I am overwhelmed by it's production! It is beautiful."
Peter Thomson, CBE, five-time winner of the Open Championship

"....perhaps the ultimate book for golf/art lovers, a one of a kind treasury of golf art and history."
Fiona Ford, Art and Antiques, London

Limited to 150 copies, each full-leather Imperial Edition book is hand-numbered in Roman numerals, i-cl (1-150), signed by the authors and Linda Donais Weir, the fore-edge artist. The book's binding is fully handcrafted in stunning calfskin leather - featuring silk doublures and flyleaves, as well as a distinctive hand-tooled, five-band leather spine. Each copy of the Imperial Edition incorporates an original fore-edge painting of St Andrews, seen from the Old Course. The result (housed in a gorgeous matching clamshell) is nothing short of spectacular - making each of these 150 books a one-of-a-kind piece of art.

Size: 15" x 11.5"



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