The grand game of golf gets dignified treatment with this stately collection of deluxe displays. These (5) professionally mounted framed ensembles are well suited to decorate any professional office, bar or game room in stylish fashion. Each of these well-appointed displays boasts tastefully arranged golf souvenirs, such as photos, cards, equipment and in two cases prized autographs of links legends.
27x23 Ben Hogan/Sam Snead display, double matted in white with green accents in an ornate frame with elegant fleur-de-lis and acanthus leaf scroll relief design elements at the corners, two photos with visible areas of 7-1/2 x 11” showcase Snead on the left and Hogan on the right, c.1990 trading cards at bottom flank a dual-signed index card with a visible are of 4-1/2 x 2-1/2” with Snead (“8-9”) and Hogan (“9”), the frame is excellent with only a few pinpoints of wear, auction LOA from JSA
25-1/2 x 27” Jack Nicklaus framed shadow box display, double matted in cream with green accents in a cherry wood molded frame, Nicklaus has signed (“9-10”) a 5/22-28/00 “The Memorial” handbook from the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, OH., also present are a “2” golf ball with Jack Nicklaus facsimile signature, a photo with a visible area od 10-1/2 x 13-1/2” and an engraved brass plate titled “The Golden Bear” with Nicklaus’ major tournament victories, the frame is appealing but several minor chips along the bottom require touch-up, auction LOA from JSA
11x14 Bobby Jones shadow box display, double matted in tweed with green accents in a rustic hand-scraped wood frame, features a 1926 “Calamity Jane” putter with “Robert Jones” facsimile signature; a 1926 “Golden Arrow” golf ball; (2) 4x6 photos; and an engraved brass plate that reads “Robert T. “Bobby” Jones, The Greatest Amateur Golfer Of All Times, Winner of the Grand Slam in 1930”, frame is excellent with no visible signs of wear
34x27 Ben Hogan display, double matted in linen with brown accents in handsome walnut frame with ribbed border design, includes (5) photos of Hogan in various stages of swinging his club, a quotation card and “The Hawk” engraved brass plate, frame has just one noticeable chip
14x18 Pinehurst advertisement page from 12/1914 “Country Life in America” edition, features an art illustration with extensive text at bottom, double matted in red with blue accent in a black metal frame showing minimal wear
Frames included with lots: while we make every effort to protect the frames included in these lots during pre-auction storage and post-auction shipping, we are not responsible for any damage to the frames themselves, and no refunds will be given due to frame damage.