Every autograph is unique and adds a special uniqueness to a collection.
Collecting major champions, Ryder Cup players, personally collected autographs, signed letters, photographs, flags, balls.
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Remember some players autographs change at various stages of a career, Bobby Jones, Tiger Woods, Seve Ballesteros, are perfect examples of evolving signatures.
Where or how the autograph signed, i.e. smudged on the back of a glove or on the first page of their most popular book or a 8x10 photograph makes the world of difference to value and collectability, always choose autographs you enjoy looking at.
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Lake Placid: Seymour Dunn, 1922. 283p. cloth. Illustrated with photographs throughout; folding chart in the rear. 31x23 cm. (12x9¼"), gilt-lettered dark blue cloth. Inscribed "To Miss Adela Kelley My most advanced lady pupil. Sincerely Seymour Dunn". on the author's portrait. Contains a folding golf specification chart in rear which shows.....
ca. 1935. Fine example of Faulkner's period signature, would be great displayed. Herbert Gustavus Max Faulkner, OBE (29 July 1916 – 26 February 2005) was an English professional golfer who won the Open Championship in 1951.Faulkner was the eldest of three boys. His younger brother, Frank (1919–1941), who was also.....