Golfing Memorabilia

25 Jul 2009, starting at 11:00 BST .

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lots

A silver Hole in One trophy with ornate stem

A large sized lofting iron circa late 1870s

A dark stained Robert Forgan long nosed putter circa 1875

A Jack Morris scared neck long nose grass driver circa 1870s

A Hutchinson long nose scared neck wood circa 1880s

Bert Thomas MBE (1883-1966): Seven original pen and ink golfing cartoons Signed in ink with pencil inscriptions to mount, majority also signed on the reverse and all approximately measuring 10½ x 15 inches to include 'If you don’t stop grinning…' published in The Humorist 14 10 33; 'S'cuse me, sir, but you must learn to address the ball.' published in the London Opinion;I say, what's the idea of the haversack?' published in The Humorist 19 06 37; 'You can’t tell wives how to prevent husbands'; 'Tell me, laddie, which day of the search is this?' published in The Humorist 19 06 37; 'I should have brought my umbrella.' published in The Humorist together with 'Gon on “'Arry –pocket it.' published in The Humorist 06 08 38.

Bert Thomas MBE (1883-1966): Six original pen and ink golfing cartoons

Edward T Reed: The Bogey Competition 1894 Pen and ink drawing for Punch magazine, featuring ghosts and ghouls playing golf. Framed and glazed. 7 x 10 inches

After Graeme Baxter: Three signed and framed golf prints circa 1989

After Michael Brown: 1916 Life Association of Scotland Calendar At Walton Heath showing Lloyd George (Minister of Munitions) completing his drive accompanied by James Braid, Herbert Fowler and Lord Riddell, in colour, this being the final Michael Brown golf related Life Association of Scotland calendar. Framed and glazed. 20 x 23 inches

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