London: Ogdens, ca 1902. Hard to find and very early cigarette card, produced by Ogden's two cards Douglas McEwan and Leslie Melville Balfour.
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London: Stanley Paul, 1969. possibily the greatest Ryder Cup ever?
Spalding, ca 1928. Nice example the Spalding Berwick, unusual letter box pattern, repainted. Ideal to display.
Dunlop, ca 1918. Nice example of a 29 vac large dimple patern, repainted. Ideal to display.
ca 1917. Nice example of the XL Challenger, repainted. Ideal to display.
ca 1915. Nice example of this scarce ball, repainted. Ideal to display. ; Very good.
ca 1913. Nice example of a Nimble with an unusual patern, Diamonds and Chevrons, repainted. Ideal to display.
ca 1910. Nice example of an early dimple patented ball, repainted. Good to display. ; Very good, slight markings, maybe had a few holes experience.
ca 1910. Nice example of an early bramble patented ball, repainted. Displays well. ; Very good, slight markings, maybe had a few holes experience.
ca 1906. Nice example of an early bramble patented ball, repainted. Displays well.
ca 1890. Nice example of 1890's gutty no name visible. Some original paint still present.
Scotland: Williams Blackwood, 1891. 100p. cloth. Introduction by Arthur James Balfour. Frontispiece from a photograph of author. Original red cloth, lettered and stamped in black. First Edition. An important book of reminiscences of golf of the day, particularly in Perth, from where McPherson hailed. McPherson was well known for holding...
London: J. S. Virtue and Co., 1897. 2], viii, 331 + v ad pp. Illustrated from numerous photographs and engravings throughout. 39.6x28.5 cm. (15½x11"), original cream coloured japon wrappers, titled in gilt, custom cream drop-back box. No. 169 of 250 copies. First Edition. The rare limited large paper edition with...
Spain: Privately Published, 2006. 161p. wrappers. Boxed. Superb photographic autobiography, fascinating story of Patino's early life through to purchasing Sotogrande and redeveloping it with 80 year old Robert Trent Jones into continental europe's finest course, culminating in hosting the Ryder cup captained by Seve Ballesteros. Included is a chapter on...
Spain: 1988. Stunning original poster of the 1989 Spanish Open, the Open has been played since 1912. Won by Mark James.
1953: Daily Mail, 1953. Very scarce originally signed certificate by Ben Hogan. The Daily Mail newspaper ran a challenge tournament and anyone beating Hogan's final round of 68 at the 1953 Open won a signed certificate. This is the first time we have handled this scarce item, of huge significance...
USA: 1979. 3rd draft of this all time classic golf movie, signed by the 4 main characters, Bill Murray, Chevey Chase, Rodney Dangerfield and Ted Knight. The film has garnered a large cult following and has been hailed by media outlets, such as Time and ESPN, as one of the...
NP: . ca 1910. full signature of James Braid "Yours Faithfully Jas Braid"
. ca. 1920. Ca. 1920 VERY RARE GOLF GAME CALLED SPINGOFF PLAYED WITH 5 SPINNING TOPS CONSISTING OF DRIVER,MID-IRON,MASHIE,MASHIE-NIBLICK AND PUTTER, SET OF RULES AND LIST OF 20 DIFFERENT GOLF COURSES YOU CAN PLAY WITH ALL HOLES AND DISTANCES SHOWN,EXAMPLE-18th HOLE AT NEW SUNNINGDALE GOLF COURSE,YOU SPIN YOUR DRIVER AND.....
St. Andrews: Non, 1921. Every now and again an item comes along with the WOW factor, Fine Golf Books are proud to offer this special collection of all autographs of every competitor to play the June 20-21st qualifiying and hence the Open itself, to date the by far strongest ever...
Pearl River, NY: Classics of Golf, 2005. 370p. decorative simulated leather. ltd. ed. 464/3000 slipcase. Modern classic.
London: Country Life, 1953. 196p, cloth foreword by Bernard Darwin. Locke was renowned as one of the greatest putters of all time. "You drive for show, but you putt for dough", was Locke famous line. Remembered as the four time winner of the British Open in 1949, 1950, 1952 and 1957. D&J L14380.
Portland, Oregon: U.S.G.A., 1996. 112p. illustrated wrappers. 1996 was Tiger Woods third Amateur Championship in a row, and his sixth National Championship having won the Junior Championship the preceding three years. The rest is history. Included is a scarce final round ticket.
Sunningdale: 1924. Scarce example of Amateur Champion Johnny Laidlay, Champion 1889 and 91, Runner-Up 1888, 1890 & 1893. Along with his golfing success, Laidlay was the founder of the overlapping grip, Vardon is credited for this technique, but Laidlay was the first to successfully implement it. Letter was found in...
England: EGU, 1938. 204p. + 48p rules. A very scarce and early year book for the EGU as it was only founded in 1924. Includes much information on international matches, county matches, the Amateur and Open Championship and British and foreign golf unions. Illustrated throughout with photographs. A nice copy.