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.
Just a few ways to collect.
Authentic autographs are crucial to a collection, unfortunately many fakes do exist, and without actually having collected the autograph personally there is no 100% guarantee it is real. Following that, buying from a reputable source that stands by their autographs and finding samples to compare with are all great ways.
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 is the autograph signed, i.e. smudged on the back of a glove or on the first page of their most popular book, a 8x10 photograph makes the world of difference to value and collectability, always choose autographs you enjoy looking at.
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ca. 1930. Fine example of Adam's period signature, would be great displayed. James Adams (21 October 1910 – 9 January 1986) was a Scottish professional golfer who was chosen for five Ryder Cup sides and achieved high finishes in The Open Championship on several occasions (five top-10s including two seconds).Born.....
ca. 1930. Fine example of Alliss's period signature, would be great displayed. Percy Alliss (8 January 1897 – 31 March 1975) was one of the leading English professional golfers in the 1920s and 1930s, winning many tournaments in Britain and Continental Europe. He was the father of commentator and former.....
Scotland, Privately Printed, 1982. 68 pp. Illustrated from photographs, reproductions, course maps, etc., plus a colour plate from a painting of Gullane Links painted by J. Smart in 1888. Blue cloth, spine lettered in gilt, pictorial jacket with a wrap-around colour scene. First Edition.Signed by the author on the title.....