A 'Lucifer Golfing Society' car mascot, British,
Lot 56
A 'Lucifer Golfing Society' car mascot, British,
Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium
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A 'Lucifer Golfing Society' car mascot, British,
unsigned, nickel-plated bronze, depicting a pipe-smoking devil in plus-fours with golf club over his shoulder, a bag of golf-clubs at his feet, marked 'Lucifer Golfing Society' around the base, 11cm high, mounted on a turned wooden base.


  • In 1921 Sir Hedley le Bas and friends founded the Society, an exclusive private gentleman's club in London, limited to only 60 members rising to a limit of 100 in 1925. Members included Charles Sykes, Edward VII, George V, Edward VIII and the Duke of Edinburgh. In 1936 Charles Sykes became the Society's Captain.
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  1. Toby Wilson
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