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Auction Description for Graham Budd Auctions: GOLF: Memorabilia from the Estate of Jaime Ortiz-Patiño
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13th & 14th July 12 noon - 5pm. 15th July 9am - 1pm.
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www.invaluable.com/grahambudd

GOLF: Memorabilia from the Estate of Jaime Ortiz-Patiño

by Graham Budd Auctions


227 lots | 219 with images

July 15, 2013

Live Auction

Sotheby's

34-35 New Bond Street

London, W1A 2AA United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)20 8366 2525 / +44 (0)7974 113394

Fax: +44 (0)20 8363 5016

Email: gb@grahambuddauctions.co.uk

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THE EARLIEST MENTION OF GOLF: The Actis and

Lot 1: THE EARLIEST MENTION OF GOLF: The Actis and

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Description: THE EARLIEST MENTION OF GOLF: The Actis and Constitutionis of the Realm of Scotland 1566, Made In Parliaments Haldin Be ... Kingis James The First, Secund, Thrid, Feird, Fyft, and In Time of Marie Now Quene of Scottis, Robert Lekpreuik, 28 November 1566. 2o., title with woodcut arms of Mary Queen of Scots, historiated initials. xylographic signature at end of the compiler, Jacobus Balfour (title cropped at bottom margins, some marginal soiling, occasional water stains, lacks + 4, c4 and A1 + 2 remargined), 18th century calf, spine gilt (rubbed), with the Acts of King James The Sixth, 1568, bound in at end (but incomplete) Provenance: Edward, Duke of Norfolk, bookplate, The Rt. Hon. George Rose, bookplate, E.F. Bosanquet, bookplate The earliest mentions of golf is in the acts of 1457 by James II which order that FUTBALL AND GOLF BE UTTERLY CRYIT DOWNE, AND NOT TO BE USIT. INSTEAD IT IS ORDERED THAT SCHUTING BE USIT ILK SONDAY. The conclusion to be drawn is that citizens were encouraged to practise shooting and archery during their free time on a Sunday because it fulfilled a military need, rather than 'idle' pursuits of football and golf.

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Lauthier (Joseph) Nouvelles Regles Pour Le Jeu De

Lot 2: Lauthier (Joseph) Nouvelles Regles Pour Le Jeu De

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Description: Lauthier (Joseph) Nouvelles Regles Pour Le Jeu De Mail, 12o., published by C. Huguier & A. Cailleau, Paris, 1717, 4 engraved plates, contemporary calf, gilt spine with raised bands (rubbed, joints cracked) Provenance: Sotheby's Musselburgh, 13th July 1992, lot 471. A First Edition of the earliest printed rules of the game of mail.

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John Bonar and Charles Stuart [editors]

Lot 3: John Bonar and Charles Stuart [editors]

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Description: John Bonar and Charles Stuart [editors] Miscellaneous Pieces of Poetry Selected From Eminent Authors, Among Which Are Interspersed A Few Originals, 12o, published by W. Gray, 1765, contemporary sheep with red morocco label (worn), the volume including a 12 stanza poem by Rev. Moses Browne titled ON MYRTILLA BEING STRUCK DOWN BY A GOLF BALL ON BURNTSFIELD'S LINKS NEAR EDINBURGH, appearing on pp. 88-91

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Adamson (Henry) The Muses Threnodie, Or Mirthful

Lot 4: Adamson (Henry) The Muses Threnodie, Or Mirthful

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Description: Adamson (Henry) The Muses Threnodie, Or Mirthful Mournings On The Death of Mr Gall, edited by James Cant, Perth, George Johnston for the editor, and Robert Morrison, second edition published in 1774, 2 vols in one, 8vo., folding engraved map of Perth (map detached, torn with some loss and laid down, title somewhat soiled and stained, and with lower corner torn away), gilt-panelled calf by Bayntum (lightly rubbed) Provenance: John Bryson Orr, bookplate, Sotheby's London, 11th July 1997, lot 328 First published in 1638, the work is valued for giving a general account of Perth in the 17th century. Golf features to the fore in the poem 'Mr Gall a Citizen of Perth', whilst further golfing references appear elsewhere

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VERY RARE: Rules of The Perth Golfing Society

Lot 5: VERY RARE: Rules of The Perth Golfing Society

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Description: VERY RARE: Rules of The Perth Golfing Society Established 5th April 1824, To Which is Prefixed a List of Members, 8vo., vertical fold mark, old buff wrappers (stapled on), self published by The Perth Golfing Society in 1825 Provenance: The Royal Perth Golfing Society, Christie's Scotland, 7th July 1998, lot 136

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THE FIRST GOLFING ANNUAL PUBLISHED: Smith (Robert

Lot 6: THE FIRST GOLFING ANNUAL PUBLISHED: Smith (Robert

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Description: THE FIRST GOLFING ANNUAL PUBLISHED: Smith (Robert Howie) The Golfer's Year Book for 1866, SCARCE: 8vo., published by Smith & Grant, Ayr, original cloth-backed limp yellow boards, front cover with wood-engraved title in cartouche wrapping a sheaf of golf clubs, advertisements printed to back, bottom corners a little creased, spine chipped at foot and a little worn at head, contained in a later red chemise slipcase Provenance: Joseph Bridger Hackler bookplate, Doyle, New York, 15th December 1998, lot 334

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Jackson (David) Golf Songs and Recitations, 8vo.,

Lot 7: Jackson (David) Golf Songs and Recitations, 8vo.,

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Description: Jackson (David) Golf Songs and Recitations, 8vo., wood engraved and lithographic vignettes, large corner segment torn from title, some soiling, lower corners creased, one contemporary blue wrapper detached and repaired with adhesive tape, the other lacking, printed in the 'Fife Herald' Office, Cupar, 1886

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Forgan (Robert) The Golfer's Handbook, 8vo.,

Lot 8: Forgan (Robert) The Golfer's Handbook, 8vo.,

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Description: Forgan (Robert) The Golfer's Handbook, 8vo., published in London by Simpkin, Marshall & in Edinburgh by John Menzies, circa 1892, lithographic frontispiece of the Castle St. Andrews, golfing vignettes, original pictorial yellow cloth (rubbed, lightly soiled)

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Lee (James P.) Golf In America, A Practical

Lot 9: Lee (James P.) Golf In America, A Practical

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Description: Lee (James P.) Golf In America, A Practical Manual, small 8vo., considered to be the first comprehensive work on golf in America, 14 plates, illustrations (some adhesive tape repairs), original decorative yellow cloth (spine darkened, rather soiled, extremities rubbed, inner hinges split, Dodd, Mead, New York, 1895 Provenance: The Schulenburg Golf Library, Pretoria, stamped on title verso

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Bantock (Miles) On Many Greens, A Book of Golf and

Lot 10: Bantock (Miles) On Many Greens, A Book of Golf and

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Description: Bantock (Miles) On Many Greens, A Book of Golf and Golfers, 8vo. half tone plates, art nouveau head pieces, original olive green pictorial cloth, inner hinges split, Grossett and Dunlap, New York, 1901; sold together with five other golfing volumes, T. Ross Stewart's Lays of the Links: A Score of Parodies (Edinburgh,1895), two works by C.G. Smith The Suffolk Sporting Series: Golf (London, 1897) & The World of Golf (London, 1898), and volumes I & V only of the Badminton Magazine (London, 1895-97) (6) Provenance: The library of Joseph Bridger Hackler, Bonham's, 15th December 1998, lot 16.

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Barrie (James) Historical Sketch of the Hawick

Lot 11: Barrie (James) Historical Sketch of the Hawick

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Description: Barrie (James) Historical Sketch of the Hawick Golf Club, 8vo., half tone plates after Tom Scott and from photographs, double-page course map, original red cloth gilt with club insignia on front cover, top edge gilt, spine a little rubbed at head but a good copy, James Edgar, Hawick, 1898

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Sutphen (William G. Van Tassel) The Golficide, And

Lot 12: Sutphen (William G. Van Tassel) The Golficide, And

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Description: Sutphen (William G. Van Tassel) The Golficide, And Other Tales of the Fair Green, A FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST BOOK OF AMERICAN GOLF FICTION, 8vo., published in London and New York, 1898, 6 half tone plates, original pictorial green cloth (nick in head of spine, light rubbing to joints), Robertson and Mullems Booksellers label; sold together with another title by the same author, The Nineteenth Hole: Being Tales of the Fair Green, A FIRST EDITION OF THE SECOND SERIES OF STORIES by America's pioneer writer on golf, published by Harper in London & New York, 1901, 8vo., coloured photogravure portrait of the author, 8 half tone plates after A.B. Frost, original half cloth (2)

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Lot 13: Twelve volumes on golf, i) Garden G. Smith & Mrs

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Description: Twelve volumes on golf, i) Garden G. Smith & Mrs Mackern's Golf, The Suffolk Sporting Series, Lawrence and Bullen Ltd, London, 1897, ex-libris Joseph S.F. Murdoch ii) Alfred Padgham's The Par Golf Swing, George Routledge & Sons Ltd., London, 1936, ex-libris P. Dobereiner iii) Jim Dante & Leo Diegel and in collaboration with Len Elliott, The Nine Bad Shots of Golf, Herbert Jenkins, London, 4th edition, 1951, ex-libris P. Dobereiner iv) John H. Wilson's Nature Study Rambled Round St Andrews, W C Henderson & Son, St Andrews, 1910 v) Sam Snead's The Education of a Golfer, Cassell, London, 1962, with dust jacket vi) Robert Trent Jones's Golf Course Architecture, paper wrappers, self published, New York vii) Henry Cotton's The Game of Golf (a poor copy) viii) Ben Hogan's Power Golf, Nicholas, Kaye, London, 6th edition, 1953 ix) Abe Mitchell's Essentials of Golf, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 reprint with dust jacket x, xi & xii) three modern volumes, George Eberl's Golf Is A Good Walk Spoiled, Jacobs & Dobereiner's Golf In a Nutshell, and Dan Jenkins's The Dogged Victims of Inexorable Fate not illustrated

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Lot 14: Leach (Henry) (editor) Great Golfers In The

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Description: Leach (Henry) (editor) Great Golfers In The Making, 8vo., half tone plates, original red cloth, spine gilt (spine faded, covers slightly soiled), Methuen, London, 1907; sold together with 3 other golfing volumes, John low's F.G. Tait A Record (London,1900); Arnaud Massy's Golf (London, 1914); & G.J. Matson's Off The Tee, Favourite Golfing Stories of the Famous (London, 1963) (4) not illustrated

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Macfarlane (R. P.) (surveyor and publisher) Plan

Lot 15: Macfarlane (R. P.) (surveyor and publisher) Plan

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Description: Macfarlane (R. P.) (surveyor and publisher) Plan of Nairn Golf Course, 1901, chromolithographed plan folding into contemporary calf gilt binding with the Club's arms on front cover, binding somewhat worn

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Lot 16: Beldam (George W.) (photographer) Great Golfers:

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Description: Beldam (George W.) (photographer) Great Golfers: Their Methods At A Glance, 8vo., Macmillan, first edition, 1904, being one of the first books to make an impressive use of photographs as an aid to teaching golf, the models being the great golfers of the day, double-sided plates from 268 action photographs by Beldam, original green cloth gilt; sold together with Alfred Padgham's The Par Golf Swing, London, 1936 (2) not illustrated

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Lot 17: Maughan (William Charles) Picturesque Musselburgh

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Description: Maughan (William Charles) Picturesque Musselburgh and Its Golf Links, 8vo., published by Alexander Gardner, Paisley, 1906, plates after R. Gemmell Hutchison (some marginal spotting), original green pictorial wrappers not illustrated

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Lauthier (Joseph) New Rules For The Game of Mail,

Lot 18: Lauthier (Joseph) New Rules For The Game of Mail,

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Description: Lauthier (Joseph) New Rules For The Game of Mail, Concerning The Manner of Playing It Properly and of Deciding The Various Points Which May Arise In The Game, published in Paris, 1910, 12o., 4 plates, original red straight-grained morocco, spine gilt, two copies (one rubbed) (2) A translation by James Cunningham with a facsimile of the original French edition.

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Darwin (Bernard) Playing The Like, 8vo., original

Lot 19: Darwin (Bernard) Playing The Like, 8vo., original

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Description: Darwin (Bernard) Playing The Like, 8vo., original brown cloth gilt (extremities lightly rubbed, small area discoloured), the original dust-jacket preserved (repaired tears affecting spine, minor losses at edges, a little spoiled), Chapman & Hall, London, 1934

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Hopkinson (Cecil) Aspects of Book Collecting,

Lot 20: Hopkinson (Cecil) Aspects of Book Collecting,

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Description: Hopkinson (Cecil) Aspects of Book Collecting, Collecting Golf Books, 1743-1938, 8vo., original brown cloth The first bibliography on golf and this copy owned by Murdoch who expanded on Hopkinson's work. Provenance: Ralph Miller bookplate. Joseph S.F. Murdoch, interleaved with pencil notes in his hand, bookplate Pacific, 16th June 1998, lot 441

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Deruyter (Kurt) (photographer) Golf A Tribute:

Lot 21: Deruyter (Kurt) (photographer) Golf A Tribute:

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Description: Deruyter (Kurt) (photographer) Golf A Tribute: Europe - The Special Club Edition for Valderrama, text by David and Patricia Davies, from a limited edition of just 26 representing each golf course featured in the book, with dedication to Jaime Ortiz-Patino, a gigantic volume measuring 60 by 70cm., 248 pages, featuring 26 Golf courses in Europe, black leather binding, silk lined slip case, published by Bookinspired, Belgium, 2005

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Lot 22: Deruyter (Kurt) (photographer) Golf A Tribute:

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Description: Deruyter (Kurt) (photographer) Golf A Tribute: Europe, text by David and Patricia Davies, from a limited edition of 3,000. this copy numbered 271, signed by the author and additionally by Seve Ballesteros, a gigantic volume measuring 60 by 70cm., 248 pages, featuring 26 Golf courses in Europe, burgundy leather binding, silk lined slipcase, published by Bookinspired, Belgium, 2005 not illustrated

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Lot 23: Golf Yearbooks and official European PGA Annual

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Description: Golf Yearbooks and official European PGA Annual Reviews, also rules of golf, course guides, stroke savers, handicap systems (a qty.) not illustrated

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Jaime Ortiz-Patino's library of modern golf books,

Lot 24: Jaime Ortiz-Patino's library of modern golf books,

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Description: Jaime Ortiz-Patino's library of modern golf books, including lavish coffee table publications, limited editions, reprints of classic works, together with biographies & reminiscences, golf & golf club histories, instructional, humour, fiction, golf art, golf auction catalogues etc. (a large qty.)

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A collection of Open Championship programmes

Lot 25: A collection of Open Championship programmes

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Description: A collection of Open Championship programmes dating from 1963 onwards, with duplication of examples from the modern era; sold together with a quantity of ephemera including Orders of Play, spectator guides, sponsors' literature, also annual hardbook Open Championship books (a qty.)

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Golf programmes dating from the 1980s onwards,

Lot 26: Golf programmes dating from the 1980s onwards,

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Description: Golf programmes dating from the 1980s onwards, including the US Open (including hardbound examples), President's Cup, Masters, World Golf Championship, The Players, Spanish Open, PGA, The International, Dunhill Cup and other miscellaneous issues, duplication; the lot also including related ephemera and souvenir magazine (a qty.)

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Golf philately, four albums of postage stamps

Lot 27: Golf philately, four albums of postage stamps

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Description: Golf philately, four albums of postage stamps featuring golf, and seven albums of postal covers, stamps with world coverage, the first album containing issues between the 1950s and 1970s including the first golf-related issue from Japan in 1953 with a view of Mount Unzen from the golf course, the remaining albums dating from the 1980s and 1990s, the first day covers including a few examples signed by Gary Player, themes including the Open Championship, the US Open, one album devoted to world golf

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A Royal Blackheath Golf Club presentation to Jaime

Lot 28: A Royal Blackheath Golf Club presentation to Jaime

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Description: A Royal Blackheath Golf Club presentation to Jaime Ortiz-Patino, in the form of a diploma certifying Mr Patino as one of seven council members of the club's Quad Centenary Council, facsimile signatures of the H.R.R. Prince Andrew the Duke of York and R. Robert Furber, sold with Mr Patino's Quad Centenary Council member's book, and Neil Scaife's book 'Four Hundred Years of the Blackheath Golfer 1608-2008', numbered 14 of 100; the lot also including two further presentations to Jaime Ortiz-Patino, a tubed diploma from the President of Argentina and a framed congratulatory letter from the GCSAA Foundation (5)

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Masters Golf Tournament official branded clothing,

Lot 29: Masters Golf Tournament official branded clothing,

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Description: Masters Golf Tournament official branded clothing, in unused condition, shirts, sweaters, wet and cold weather apparel, sun hats, neck ties, carriers etc. (a qty.)

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Golf clothing & merchandise, in unused condition,

Lot 30: Golf clothing & merchandise, in unused condition,

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Description: Golf clothing & merchandise, in unused condition, baseball & sun hats, neck ties, carriers, wet & cold weather apparel, shirts, jumpers, trolley towels etc., themes including US Open, PGA, The Players, Curtis Cup, Walker Cup, President's Cup, PGA European Tour, St Andrews etc.

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Ten Valderrama tee markers, in marble with a map

Lot 31: Ten Valderrama tee markers, in marble with a map

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Description: Ten Valderrama tee markers, in marble with a map of the hole, for the 9th to the 18th hole inclusive; together with a marble tile for the 18th hole, and a boxed disc for the 17th hole (12)

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Valderrama archive, including many photographs

Lot 32: Valderrama archive, including many photographs

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Description: Valderrama archive, including many photographs from the construction of the course onwards, folios containing drawings & swatches etc. for the interior design of the clubhouse, a number of commemorative books, plus a selection of Valderrama branded souvenirs and merchandise

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Jaime Ortiz-Patino personal items, cuff links, tie

Lot 33: Jaime Ortiz-Patino personal items, cuff links, tie

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Description: Jaime Ortiz-Patino personal items, cuff links, tie clip, blazer buttons, FGA medal, tee markers & divot tool, wooden cigar case inscribed JOP, USPGA cased pen, attache case embossed JOP, his golf clubs carrier stamped JOP, a silvered PGA European Tour business card etc. (a qty.)

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A miscellany of modern golf collectibles, table

Lot 34: A miscellany of modern golf collectibles, table

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Description: A miscellany of modern golf collectibles, table mats & coasters, paperweights, bottles, enamel boxes, ceramics, napkin holder, book ends, quartz desk clock, playing cards, boxed sets of reproduction antique golf balls and miniature clubs etc., themes including The Masters, the PGA Championship, the President's Cup (a qty.)

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Badges, money clips, commemorative medals etc.,

Lot 35: Badges, money clips, commemorative medals etc.,

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Description: Badges, money clips, commemorative medals etc., examples including Players Championship, President's Cup, PGA at Valhalla, USGA, World Golf Village, with others bearing the crests of notable golf clubs; the lot also including a qty. of accreditation and lanyards, including examples for Open Championships (a qty.)

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1992 PGA Tour clip badges named to Bob Charles and

Lot 36: 1992 PGA Tour clip badges named to Bob Charles and

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Description: 1992 PGA Tour clip badges named to Bob Charles and Nick Price, together with a 2000 Amex World Golf Championship badge marked CONTESTANT

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A signed Harry Vardon manuscript letter, dated

Lot 37: A signed Harry Vardon manuscript letter, dated

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Description: A signed Harry Vardon manuscript letter, dated 11th April 1920 and written in ink on South Herts Golf Club, Totteridge, letterhead, his correspondent unknown, mounted, framed & glazed

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A fine 16 by 12in. signed colour photograph of

Lot 38: A fine 16 by 12in. signed colour photograph of

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Description: A fine 16 by 12in. signed colour photograph of Seve Ballesteros, mounted, unframed

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A signed manuscript letter from George H.W. Bush

Lot 39: A signed manuscript letter from George H.W. Bush

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Description: A signed manuscript letter from George H.W. Bush to Jaime Ortiz-Patino, a signed typescript letter from the retired President dated 17th December 1998, and with manuscript annotation congratulating him on him receiving the Old Tom Morris Award; sold together with a signed photograph of George Bush skydiving with a dedication to Jaime Ortiz-Patino, a photograph (unsigned) of George Bush & Jaime Ortiz-Patino together, and a few commemorative George H.W. Bush items including for his 80th birthday celebrations, and a pewter christening cup for the USS George H.W. Bush (CVN-77), a pair of cufflinks bearing the Presidential seal,

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An Atlanta Athletic Club 2001 PGA Championship pin

Lot 40: An Atlanta Athletic Club 2001 PGA Championship pin

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Description: An Atlanta Athletic Club 2001 PGA Championship pin flag signed by the winning golfer David Toms, and dedicated TO JAIME ORTIZ PATINO, BEST WISHES

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A 9ct. gold PGA medal presented to Ted Ray the

Lot 41: A 9ct. gold PGA medal presented to Ted Ray the

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Description: A 9ct. gold PGA medal presented to Ted Ray the British captain at the first Ryder Cup in 1927. the reverse inscribed RYDER CUP TEAM, 1927, E. RAY (CAP)

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A photograph signed by members of the first

Lot 42: A photograph signed by members of the first

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Description: A photograph signed by members of the first British Ryder Cup team in 1927, signed by Ted Ray (captain), Aubrey Boomer, George Duncan, George Gadd, Fred Robson, Arthur Haves, Archie Compston & Charles Whitcombe, lacking Herbert Jolly who was a replacement for the unwell Abe Mitchell and travelled on a later sailing, 5 by 7in., mounted, framed & glazed, ink inscription to the backboard

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An illuminated diploma for the 1929 Ryder Cup,

Lot 43: An illuminated diploma for the 1929 Ryder Cup,

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Description: An illuminated diploma for the 1929 Ryder Cup, held at Moortown Golf Club, Leeds, featuring the competition trophy, the US and GB flags and printed signatures of the two teams, mounted, framed & glazed, 60 by 44cm., 23 1/2 by 17 1/4in.

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An autographed 1929 Ryder Cup display, comprising

Lot 44: An autographed 1929 Ryder Cup display, comprising

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Description: An autographed 1929 Ryder Cup display, comprising two photographs and a postcard signed by 8 members of the US team, Walter Hagen (captain), Gene Sarazen, Joe Turnesa, Johnny Farrell, Ed Dudley, Johnny Golden, Horton Smith & Al Espinosa, lacking Leo Diegel & Al Watrous, 50 by 28cm., 20 by 11in.

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Framed Ryder Cup memorabilia, including original

Lot 45: Framed Ryder Cup memorabilia, including original

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Description: Framed Ryder Cup memorabilia, including original newspaper & magazine articles and illustrations, plus some reproduction memorabilia including a pair of 1929 montages, also an original artwork designed for the 1997 Ryder Cup, and other miscellaneous items

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A collection of eleven framed b&w; photographs

Lot 46: A collection of eleven framed b&w; photographs

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Description: A collection of eleven framed b&w photographs featuring the Ryder Cup, subjects including George Duncan & Walter Hagen in 1929, the backboard with a manuscript inscription from Ian Duncan (son); Walter Hagen teeing off; J H Taylor & Walter Hagen at Southport in 1933; Frank Beard at Southport; the US team in 1937; Mangrum & Demaret in 1949; the US Team at Muirfield in 1973 etc., various sizes

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An official badge for the 1931 Ryder Cup at Scioto

Lot 47: An official badge for the 1931 Ryder Cup at Scioto

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Description: An official badge for the 1931 Ryder Cup at Scioto Country Club, Columbus, Ohio, gilt-metal pin badge with enamelled American and British flags

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A signed 1931 Ryder Cup dinner menu, held at the

Lot 48: A signed 1931 Ryder Cup dinner menu, held at the

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Description: A signed 1931 Ryder Cup dinner menu, held at the Grand Ball Room, The Neil House, Columbus, Ohio, 25th June 1931, signed to the front cover and to the interior by Fred Robson, Gene Sarazen, Charles Whitcombe, Walter Hagen, Al Espinola, Craig Wood, Archie Compston, Russell Wilson (Mayor of Cincinnati), Alex Pirie (President of the USPGA) and one other

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A fine silver and enamel salver commemorating the

Lot 49: A fine silver and enamel salver commemorating the

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Description: A fine silver and enamel salver commemorating the 1933 Ryder Cup at Southport & Ainsdale Golf Club, hallmarked Joseph Walton & Co., London,1928 with a central motif in raised relief of the Ryder Cup trophy between enamelled Great Britain and U.S.A. flags, inscribed 'Ryder Cup, The Fourth International Golf Match, Great Britain Versus The United States Of America, to be played on the Southport and Ainsdale Course, Southport, on Monday and Tuesday June 26-27 1933, proceeds to be donated to the British Ryder Cup Fund, further engraved with the facsimile signatures of the Great Britain and U.S.A. Teams comprising (G.B.): JH. Taylor (captain), Percy Allis, Allan Dailey, W.H. Davies, Arthur Havers, Abe Mitchell, A.H. Padgham, A. Perry and C.A. Whitcombe; ( U.S.A.) Walter Hagan (captain), Billy Burke, Leo Diegel, Ed Dudley, Olin Dutra, Gene Sarazen, Danny Shute, Horton Smith and Craig Wood, additionally signed by Samuel Ryder; diameter 35.5cm., 14in.

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An autograph book bearing the signatures of the

Lot 50: An autograph book bearing the signatures of the

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Description: An autograph book bearing the signatures of the American and British Ryder Cup teams from Southport & Ainsdale GC in 1933

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