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Golf and Sport Memorabilia - Two Day Auction
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The Old Shippon
Wall Under Heywood
CHURCH STRETTON, Church Stretton, Shropshire
SY6 7DS
United Kingdom
Golf and Sport Memorabilia - Two Day Auction

Auction dates
Jan 27, 2021 10:00 AM GMT
Jan 28, 2021 10:00 AM GMT
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R White St Andrews lofter c1890 with 4.5” hosel original wrap on grip with underlisting
W Wilson Makers St Andrews (attributed) general iron c1885 – featuring the Wilson makers small cleek
Willie Wilson St Andrews straight blade metal putter c1890 – c/w later hide grip
W Park Maker Musselburgh heavy metal straight blade putter c1885 – good oval makers stamp mark to
Fine and Early Wm Park Maker Musselburgh smf lofting iron c1885 – with sharp crease and deep
R White Maker St Andrews thick heavy iron straight blade putter c1885 – with deep knurling to the
J Gray Early Cleek with 5” hosel and deep hosel nicking, measuring 38” overall length fitted with
Extremely early 19thc blacksmith made curved face heavy track iron – very sturdy thick oversize 5.
Early and rare brass/gun metal heavy blade well lofted putter c1880 – with a very stout 4.75”
2x R White St Andrews “Blacksmith Club Maker” early smf irons c1885-1895– incl a lofter and a
Unnamed small smooth faced rut iron c1890 - with slightly flat 4.25” hosel, head measures 2.5” w x
Interesting W Park’s Patent “Driving Cleek” round back smf iron - with relatively neck hosel
An interesting R Forgan and St Andrews Concaved Smooth Faced Lofting Iron - stamped with the
J J Fraser Inverness “Big Ben” mammoth niblick - stamped with the Gibson Star cleek mark - the
Scarce Tom Stewart Maker St Andrews “Special” heavy bent face blade putter – with the early makers
Fine W Park Maker Musselburgh Special diamond back blade putter – with excellent makers stamp mark
Scarce W Park Maker Musselburgh convex face blade putter – with makers straight line stamp marks
Interesting Thornton & Co Ltd Edinburgh Stainless Negative Loft blade putter – with thick top edge
A Compston’s “100% Putter” Scottish Hand forged blade putter – with a pronounced St Andrews bowed
Holtzapffel curved blade weed cutting practice golf club – the hosel stamped with makers details and
Rare Jack White Sunningdale Mammoth Niblick – stamped with makers Sun face cleek mark to the
Allan, David Scottish Artist (1744-1796) after – oil on canvas of the original famous painting Wm
Abbott L F (1760-1803) after Henry Callender Esq Captain of The Society of Golfers at Blackheath –
Cuyp, Aelbert (1620-1691) after –Young Dutch Golfer of XVII Century – original photogravure first
Van de Velde, Adriaen (1635-1672) after – titled “Les Amusemens de L’Hiver” original print
Van De Velde, Adriaen (1635-1672) after – titled “Les Amusemens de L’Hiver” – interesting hand
Stewart, Allan (1865- ) after – “The First International Golf Foursome Played over The Leith Links
Abbott L F (1760-1803) after - “William Innis - To The Society of Goffers at Blackheath” from the
Michael Brown (1853-1947) - “Tom Morris” original Life Association of Scotland photogravure c1900—
Brown, Michael - original 1900 Life Association of Scotland calendar - mounted with “Match at
Michael Brown – “St Andrews: Surviving Open Champions 1905” - used for Life Association of
Michael Brown - “Aberdovey: Ladies Golf Championship 1901”- used for Life Association of Scotland
Michael Brown - “Open Golf Championship St Andrews 1895” showing J H Taylor approaching the 1st
Michael Brown - “A Match at Duddingston between Tait and Balfour-Melville v Sayers and
Michael Brown - “Open Golf Championship St Andrews 1895” showing J H Taylor approaching the 1st
McKenzie Golf Course Architect – “Map of the Old Course St Andrews” colour print 1924 – Copyright
Bert Thomas (1883-1966) “A FRAME UP” original pen and ink golf cartoon signed by the artist with
Hobbs, P – “The Soreloser” original pen and ink humorous golf scene c1930 signed 50to the lower
Dendy Sadler (1854-1923) signed original engraved print - “A Winter Evening” published London 1914
Davis, Lucien (1860-1941) “Golfing On Minchinhampton Common – The Hazard On Ladies Course” –
Frank Paton colour print titled “The Royal And Ancient St Andrews 1798” – c/w artist’s facsimile
Charles Crombie - pair amusing coloured golfing prints - titled “What shall I take for this?” and “
Royal Aberdeen Golf Club hand colour print c1900 titled - ‘The Start’ A Foursomes on the Balgownie
Set of Six Humorous Coloured Golfing prints by artist R Bailey– all with annotations and including
2x large Copes Bros “Golfers - 1905” coloured prints – both copied from the originals to incl “An
2x early Portrush Ladies Golf Club hand coloured lithograph golfing scenes c1890s – extract dated 31
J H Taylor Open Golf Champion -First Exhibition Golf Match in the USA played at Deal on 24th
2x early Golf related advertising magazine pages - 1923 Kodak Cameras (Mixed foursomes) and 1950s
Elliot, Harry – hand coloured 19th c golfing scene – image 12” x 8.5” – mf&g overall 18.75” x 14.
Blacklock, T B - “The Duffers Caddie” print after the engraving by C W Faulkner & Co London -
Set of 4x Edmund G Fuller hand coloured humorous golf prints - each with annotations and framed
Collection of various amusing coloured golf prints (3) - 2x Frank Reynolds Punch Magazine hand
1920s/30s Glamourous American Lady Golfer water colour – at the finish of her swing - mounted framed
Pair of Famous Colour Golf Prints – Henry Callender Esq by L F Abbott and John Taylor by Sir Henry
Golf Oleograph on board – of 1820s period golfer wearing red tails at the finish of his swing
Tom Morris colour Golf Print after James Patrick - titled Open Champion 1861-62-64-67 - Keeper of
Johnnie Walker well known whisky advertising coloured golf print - titled “Fore-most since 1820 -
St Andrews 1930/40s famous L.N.E.R railway advertisement poster golf print - from the original
St Andrews 1930/40s famous L.N.E.R railway advertisement poster golf print - from the original
1920s American Gentleman’s Stylish Clothing Outfitters coloured advertising period print – mixed