Lot 1 IN FINE CONDITION. A OSMONDS PATENT THE AUTOMATON CADDI? CIRCA 1890s. Complete with a wooden frame, two wooden legs and a perfect lower canvas and leather club holder, still with its original Thornhill Works brass plate. In all original condition

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350.00

AN OSMOND'S PATENT 'THE AUTOMATON CADDIE' CIRCA 1890S In full working order, complete with wooden frame, folding wooden legs, original leather handles

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Bid Value
350.00

Lot 2 (Unique) Superb Wrought (cast) Iron golf club stand circa 1900 with 2 cast iron drip trays - only the second time ever this object has been sold at auction! 34 inches tall & 21 wide

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250.00

Used for golfers clubs or umbrellas. In 1984 a similar bagstand appeared in the Phillips auction, it sold for 1375 plus the buyers commissions, since then no other auction house has ever had one for sale. Minpr restoration to the base which is not visable

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Bid Value
500.00

Lot 3 Carnoustie Commentary 'Carnoustie and its Golf Courses' 1937 - Special Open Championship book - rare collectable golf book in VG Condition

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120.00

Carnoustie Commentary on front cover. 52 printed pages. Foreword by James Wright (Chairman). Illustrated with plates from green-tinted photographs, golf course drawings (some in colour, including a double-page plan of the Carnoustie Medal Course, site for the 1937 British Open), charts and tables, plus ads. 10 x 8, original orange wrappers. A book specially produced for the Open its players and their spectators. It's in very good condition

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Bid Value
120.00

Lot 4 (RARE BOOK) Carnoustie Commentary 'Carnoustie and its Golf Courses' 1937 - Privately Produced by the Club. Rare unlisted golf book which contains the early history of this great club, in VG Condition (Green Covers)

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120.00

I have never ever ever seen in this book in this type of condition. 1937 OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP CARNOUSTIE COMMENTARY PROGRAM - PUBLISHED BY THE CARNOUSTIE GOLF CLUB COMMITTEE Henry Cotton would prove victorious at the 1937 Open Championship held at Carnoustie. This marks only the 2nd time the Open has been contested at Carnoustie, it was also Cotton's 2nd Open Victory. Offered in this lot is a 1937 Carnoustie Commentary Championship program. This seldom seen item was published by The Carnoustie Golf...

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Bid Value
120.00

Lot 5 (rare) British Open Golf Championship July 1937 - Plan of Carnoustie Folder produced for this event by the Dundee Courior in fine condition

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100.00

British Open Golf Championship July 1937 - Plan of Carnoustie Folder produced for this event by the Dundee Courior in fine condition

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Bid Value
100.00

Lot 6 Scarce club history. B.J. DeLacey 'Historic Golf Glories of Musselburgh' 1999 1st Edition - Copy number 134 of only 200 published, Signed ny the author. Mint unused copy

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20.00

Scarce club history. B.J. DeLacey 'Historic Golf Glories of Musselburgh' 1999 1st Edition - Copy number 134 of only 200 published, Signed ny the author. Mint unused copy

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Bid Value
51.00

Lot 7 David Joy. The Scrapbook of Old Tom Morris 2001 1st edition (signed by the author) - wonderful historical on the life of Tom Morris . Mint unused condition

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20.00

David Joy. The Scrapbook of Old Tom Morris 2001 1st edition (signed by the author) - wonderful historical on the life of Tom Morris . Mint unused condition

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Bid Value
32.00

Lot 8 K. W. McGimpsey. The Story of The Golf Ball 2005 mint copy in its dust jacket, signed by the author. The most comprehensive book on vintage golf balls

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20.00

K. W. McGimpsey. The Story of The Golf Ball 2005 mint copy in its dust jacket, signed by the author. The most comprehensive book on vintage golf balls

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Bid Value
30.00

Lot 9 Ultra Scarce. Bernard Darwin. 'A Friendly Round' 1922 1st edition - one of Darwin's most illusive golf titles to obtain. Invery good condition

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50.00

A collection of some of Mr. Darwin's golf columns from the London Times. 'It has been said that his writings established the standards for golf reporting against which all others are measured' - D&J D4000; Murdoch 178; Donovan & Murdoch 13880. 142, [2] + 16 ad printed pages. 7 x 4, green cloth, lettered in gilt. A similar conditioned copy sold for $1250

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Bid Value
100.00

Lot 10 Edward Ray. Inland Golf 1914 1st edition - rare first edition - contains great articles on golf course architecture - Vastly underrated book

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20.00

Edward Ray. Inland Golf 1914 1st edition - rare first edition - contains great articles on golf course architecture - Vastly underrated book

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Bid Value
40.00

Lot 11 Unique Book Copy Number 21 of 100 Alister Mackenzie Augusta Greens - In Collaboration with Mr Robert Jones, Jr - Dated 1933. A stunning insight in how the original 18 greens were designed & laid out by Mackenzie - Mint unused

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50.00

Unique Book Copy Number 21 of 100 Alister Mackenzie Augusta Greens - In Collaboration with Mr Robert Jones, Jr - Dated 1933. A stunning insight in how the original 18 greens were designed & laid out by Mackenzie - Mint unused

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Bid Value
290.00

Lot 12 Unique Ryder Cup Style Gold & Enamel (Players) Badge. Great Britain Union Jack Flag & USA Star & Strips Badge - See Archie Compston in his 1927 Ryder Cup Sweater & See full description & history.

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100.00

A beautiful gold & enamel lapel badge, wonderfully hand enamelled with gold inlay, the badge shows the flags of Britain and the United States of America, it's very simple and very artistic, it's a little dirty but in superb in unrestored original condition. It was found in an old estate collection (house clearance) in the 1990s, it was within a small box of other 'nick nacks' & small curios. The consignor was told that it was from the 1927 Ryder Cup? and it belonged to an old person who had ...

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Bid Value
340.00

Lot 13 Thomas Webster (1800 to 1886) Pencil Sketch titled 'The Caddies Tournament' 13.5 by 9.5 inches mounted. Webster was a noted artist

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40.00

A rough sketck on hand made woven paper with a similar age mount. Has some foxing. Webster was born in Ranelagh Street, Pimlico, London. His father was a member of the household of George III, He abandoned music for painting, however, and in 1821 was admitted as a student at the Royal Academy, exhibiting, in 1824, a portrait of 'Mr Robinson and Family'. In the following year he won first prize in the school of painting. In 1825, also, Webster exhibited Rebels shooting a Prisoner, at the Suffo...

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Bid Value
40.00

Lot 14 Rare Players Badge from the 1984 'The St Andrews Trophy'. Used by GB & I team member John Hawksworth. Only 8 exist - a very rare enameled badge in excellent condition. Payed at Saunton Golf Club, England s played biennially between Great Britain and Ireland and the Continent of Europe. It was first played in 1956 over the West Course at Wentworth when the European Golf Association accepted an invitation from The R&A to put forward a team. Comes with a signed letter of authentication from Hawksworth

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80.00

Rarer that a Open Championship players badge. The St Andrews Trophy is played biennially between Great Britain and Ireland and the Continent of Europe. It was first played in 1956 over the West Course at Wentworth when the European Golf Association accepted an invitation from The R&A to put forward a team

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Bid Value
179.00

Lot 15 1984 Open Championship Players Badge used by tour player John Hawksworth - (Blue Enamelled and Silvered) The event was won by the late great Seve Ballesteros at St. Andrews (remember his fist pumping celebrations!) It comes with a signed letter of authentication

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150.00

1984 Open Championship Players Badge used by tour player John Hawksworth - (Blue Enamelled and Silvered) The event was won by the late great Seve Ballesteros at St. Andrews (remember his fist pumping celebrations!) It comes with a signed letter of authentcation

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Bid Value
400.00

Lot 16 1982 Open Championship Players Badge used by tour player John Hawksworth - (Blue Enamelled and Silvered) With it comes with a signed letter of authentication from Hawksworth

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150.00

Lot 17 Two Ryder Cup Programs 1989 & 1991 both in good condition

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15.00

Two Ryder Cup Programs 1989 & 1991 both in good condition

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Bid Value
15.00

Lot 18 1995 Open Championship Players Badge used by tour player John Hawksworth - (Blue Enamelled and Silvered) With it comes with a signed letter of authentication

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150.00

1995 Open Championship Players Badge used by tour player John Hawksworth - (Blue Enamelled and Silvered) With it comes with a signed letter of authentication

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Bid Value
236.00

Lot 19 Team Player John Hawksworth's Rare 1985 Walker Cup players badge ? played at Pine Valley Golf Club New Jesey USA. Only 10 exist and no others are available to purchase!

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120.00

John Frederick Hawksworth (born 27 March 1961) is a retired professional golfer who played on the European Tour between 1986 and 2000. Hawksworth had a successful amateur career during which he won the Lytham Trophy in 1984. He was a member of the Great Britain and Ireland team in the 1985 Walker Cup alongside Colin Montgomerie and David Gilford, after which he turned professional. He did not go on to enjoy the same success as a professional as his former teammates, revisiting the European Tour...

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Bid Value
146.00

Lot 20 John Hawksworth's Rare 1985 US Amateur Championships players badge ? played at Montclair Golf Club - In excellent condition

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50.00

Lot 21 Genuine 1985 Walker Cup Flag signed by both teams USA & GB & Ire, owned by team member John Hawkswork - Comes with a signed letter of authentication

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50.00

Shipped with glass removed Signed By Peter Baker Cecil Bloice David Gilford John Hawksworth George Macgregor Paul Mayo Peter McEvoy Garth McGimpsey Colin Montgomerie Sandy Stephen USA Team: Clark Burroughs Jerry Haas Bob Lewis Davis Love III Mike Podolak Sam Randolph Randy Sonnier Scott Verplank Duffy Waldorf

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Bid Value
180.00

Lot 22 1996 European Golf Professional John Hawksorth's Tour Members Members Badge - Engraved

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25.00

1996 European Golf Professional John Hawksorth's Tour Members Members Badge - Engraved

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Bid Value
25.00

Lot 23 1998 European Golf Professional John Hawksorth's Tour Members Members Badge - Engraved

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25.00

Bid Value
25.00

Lot 24 Unique Tom Morris SIGNED POSTCARD. Unused James Patrick card circa 1900 - Perfect to display. A golfing rarity

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Starting Price

280.00

Normally impossible to obtain I once sold a lesser version for 1760

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Bid Value
1725.00

Lot 25 Unique Alex Herd signed postcard dated 1902. The Former owner collector Reg Bray posted it to Herd requested it to be signed & returned he wrote the address A Herd - Champion Golf - Huddersfield - Very few if andy exist! Herd is with other notable golfers. Wrench series Card

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Starting Price

80.00

Very hard to obtain this postcard

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Bid Value
125.00

Lot 26 Unique J.E. Laidlay signed postcard dated 1904. The Former owner postcard collector Reg Bray posted it to Laidlay requested it to be signed & returned. Very few if andy exist! Herd is with other notable golfers. Wrench series Card

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70.00

Bid Value
140.00

Lot 27 Unique Tom Morris SIGNED POSTCARD. Unused Valentines card circa 1902 titled 'Latest Portrait of Tom Morris - Perfect to display. A golfing rarity. I once sold a lesser signed card for 1760 - Signed in black ink

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220.00

Unique Tom Morris SIGNED POSTCARD. Unused Valentines card circa 1902 titled 'Latest Portrait of Tom Morris - Perfect to display. A golfing rarity. I once sold a lesser signed card for 1760 - Signed in black ink

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Bid Value
1775.00

Lot 28 Very Rare Postcard '1905 open Championship at St. Andrews' Publisher James Patrick Depicts Tom Morris 3 times + Braid & Taylor. Dated 1905

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40.00

Very Rare Postcard '1905 open Championship at St. Andrews' Publisher James Patrick Depicts Tom Morris 3 times + Braid & Taylor. Dated 1905

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Bid Value
200.00

Lot 29 Unusual & Rare RAF Golf Team (Royal Air Force) postcard from 1924 - Posing for the camera (in their Army uniforms) Unused in excellent condition

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20.00

Unusual & Rare RAF Golf Team (Royal Air Force) postcard from 1924 - Posing for the camera (in their Army uniforms) Unused in excellent condition

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Bid Value
20.00

Lot 30 Very Rare Unused 1920s Postcard of professional golfer C. (Charles) A. Whitcombe - Perfect to display

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20.00

Charles Albert Whitcombe (21 September 1895 ? 13 February 1978) was an English golfer. He was born in Berrow, Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, the second of the three Whitcombe brothers who were all successful English professional golfers in the 1920s and 1930s and ? despite never winning The Open Championship like his younger brother Reg ? could be considered the most prominent of the three, winning the British PGA Matchplay Championship twice and captaining the Ryder Cup side four times.

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Bid Value
20.00

Lot 31 Unique 1920s Unused postcard of golf professional W.A. Twine at the now defunct club. Bromley and Bickley Golf Club, Kent. Ideal to display

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20.00

Unique 1920s Unused postcard of golf professional W.A. Twine at the now defunct club. Bromley and Bickley Golf Club, Kent. Ideal to display

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Bid Value
20.00

Lot 32 Horace G Hutchinson & Tom Morris postcard dated c1900 at St. Andrews - Unused card in VG Condition

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70.00

Horace G Hutchinson & Tom Morris postcard dated c1900 at St. Andrews - Unused card in VG Condition

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Bid Value
160.00

Lot 33 CULT CLASSIC POSTCARD. Millar & Lang coloured illustration postcard of BRAID - TAYLOR - VARDON & HERD. Posing for the camera c1910 - This image was used for my book on postcards - Rare and hard to obtain + A signed copy of my book on postcards

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-45 days -16 hours -7 mins -44 secs

Starting Price

80.00

This actual card was used as the front cover of my book. Ideal to display

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Bid Value
125.00

Lot 34 Very Rare 1923 Open Championship Program played at Troon Golf Club - In VG Condition

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200.00

This was the very first Open Championship to be held at Royal Troon, and Arthur Havers defeated defending champion Walter Hagen by one stroke. This wasn't just any stroke though, Havers holed out a bunker shot on the 72nd hole! A first and only time major champion defeated the defending champion (Hagen) by holing out a bunker shot on the very last hole. Hagen would go on to win the following year, therefore book-ending an outstanding triumph by Havers.

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Bid Value
1050.00

Lot 35 Rare 1923 Official Open Championships Draw Sheets - 4 x 4a size drawsheet pages seperate to the program - Played at Troon Golf Club

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20.00

Rare 1923 Official Open Championships Draw Sheets - 4 x 4a size drawsheet pages seperate to the program

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Bid Value
1051.00

Lot 36 1929 Open Championship Draw Sheet signed by 16 players. Played at Muirfield Scotland

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60.00

Bid Value
490.00

Lot 37 1929 Open Championship Program + Drawsheet. Played at Muirfield Scotland - All in VG Condition

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200.00

1929 Open Championship Program + Drawsheet. Played at Muirfield Scotland - All in VG Condition

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Bid Value
420.00

Lot 38 1931 Open Championship Program signed on the front by Johnny Farrel Played at Carnoustie Scotland - in VG Condition

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100.00

1931 Open Championship Program signed on the front by Johnny Farrel Played at Carnoustie Scotland - in VG Condition

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Bid Value
360.00

Lot 39 1932 Open Championship Program + Drawsheet. Played at Prince's Sandwich England - All in VG Condition

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100.00

1932 Open Championship Program + Drawsheet. Played at Prince's Sandwich England - All in VG Condition

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Bid Value
400.00

Lot 40 (Cult Classic) Dr. A. Mackenzie. Golf Architecture: Economy in Course Construction and Green-Keeping 1920 1st edition - classic golf course design book in good condition

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200.00

Dr. Mackenzie, one of the first great golf course architects, advocated the integration of natural features and terrain into the creation of a course. The book contains four short essays on golf course design. Donovan & Murdoch 24890; Murdoch 477. Introduction by H.S. Colt. Illustrated with several plates from photographs. 6 x 4, original green cloth, lettered in black. 135 printed pages. A cornerstone book for any library

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Bid Value
470.00

Lot 41 Bernard Darwin. A Round Of Golf 1937 1st edition - illustrated covers in very good condition - hard to obtain

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Starting Price

40.00

Illustrated with several plates from sepia-tone photographs and 2 folding maps of the golf courses in England and Scotland along on the L.N.E.R. 8 x 5, original colour pictorial wrappers. Published by the London & North Eastern Railway to publicise and encourage travel by train to the golf courses in Britain served by their lines. Donovan & Murdoch 13930.

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Bid Value
40.00

Lot 42 (Rare Book) Horace G. Hutchinson. Golf Greens and Greenkeeping 1906 1st edition - Cornerstone classic in very good condition

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120.00

Produced in 1906. Edited by Horace Hutchinson, including his wonderfully observant and elegantly written contributions, plus chapters from Hugh Hamilton, Henry Hunter, H S Colt, Herbert Fowler, S. Mure Fergusson, Harold Hilton, C K Hutchison, Peter Lees, James Braid, and others. This veritable classic of its type has become a cornerstone volume for the serious student in the art of designing and keeping the links. Schlenburg stamp minor dagade beside the stamp

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120.00

Lot 43 The Book of St. Andrews Links, Containing Plan of Golf Courses, Descriptions of the Greens, Rules of the Game, By-Laws of the Links, Regulations for Starting, Golfing Rhymes etc. 1898

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50.00

Produced in 1984. Bound in foll leather in slipcase. 80 pp, folding map in colour. Hardback, full leather, titles and decoration in gilt to spine, design to front board. Complete with slipcase. Number 138 of a limited edition of only 200. Signed by Stewart Lawson the club captain. All in near fine condition. The spine is slightly sunned but remains attractive. Inside a few tiny marks. However an excellent copy.

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Bid Value
55.00

Lot 44 Signed Copy. Dia Rees. Golf Today 1962 1st edition in dust jacket - Rees was a noted player, Ryder Cup player & Team Captain

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15.00

Signed Copy. Dia Rees. Golf Today 1962 1st edition in dust jacket - Rees was a noted player, Ryder Cup player & Team Captain

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Bid Value
15.00

Lot 45 Fred Hawtree. 'Colt & Co'. 1991 very rare limited first edition signed by Author Copy No 41, in it's Dust Jacket. A cult status golf book in fine condition. Biographical Study of Henry Shapland Colt 1869 -1951. Comes with its Annexe Booklet (normally missing) mint condition - Important book for Course Architect collectors

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Starting Price

50.00

One of the best golf artchitecture books that's been published.As New. A Limited First Edition. Signed by Author

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Bid Value
160.00

Lot 46 Harry Vardon. 'My Golfing Life' dated 1985 Limited Full Leather Bound Edition No. 89 of only 200 copies, in slipcase - cult classic - Mint unused condition

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Starting Price

40.00

Harry Vardon. 'My Golfing Life' dated 1985 Limited Full Leather Bound Edition No. 89 of only 200 copies, in slipcase - cult classic - Mint unused condition

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Bid Value
45.00

Lot 47 Unique Signed Bobby Jones Postcard! He is posing with Roger Wethered at the (Grand Slam) 1930 Amateur Championship at St. Andrews. I have never seen a signature of Bobby Jone on a Postcard!

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Starting Price

300.00

The card has tell-tale marks this it was once pasted in an album Signed in blue ink

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Bid Value
500.00

Lot 48 (Bobby Jones) Rare 1940s Golf Postcard Colonel Robert T. Jones playing golf at the Oliver General Hospital Augusta USA - Unused and perfect to display - Rare unused card in excellent condition

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25.00

(Bobby Jones) Rare 1940s Golf Postcard Colonel Robert T. Jones playing golf at the Oliver General Hospital Augusta USA - Unused and perfect to display - Rare unused card in excellent condition

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Bid Value
25.00

Lot 49 (Bobby Jones) Rare Atlanta Athletic Club: East Lake Country Club Postcard showing The Robert T. Jones Jr Trophies - Unused card date unknown - Not a modern card. Bobby Jones was a member of this club

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25.00

Lot 50 Signed Presentation Copy! (Bobby Jones) R. T. Jones. Golf is My Game circa 1960 1st edition in dust jacket inscribed & signed by Jones

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Starting Price

200.00

First edition of this classic. Octavo, original half cloth, illustrated. Signed by the author on the full plain inner page, 'For Leonard Hopkins - With Best Wishes - Robert T. Jones' Near fine in a excellent near fine condition with illustrated dust jacket Jones left an enduring legacy of athletic prowess and exemplary personal characteristics. No one is likely to break his records of 13 U.S. and British national championships, and four in one year (he won the U.S. Open a total of four times, ...

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Bid Value
521.00

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