SOLD! for $4,352.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $400.00
- High Estimate: $500.00
- Realized: $4,352.00
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Five (5) antique golf balls with three (3) stands. 1st Item: Chole ball of wood, ovaloid shape with a flattened base for positioning. 2nd Item: A well preserved 1840's feather golf ball, very fine hand stitching, outstanding patina, color and shape, unknown maker. 3rd Item: A recovered "RCR H" rubber-core bramble ball, by The Improved Golf Ball Co., ca. 1900. 4th Item: 1920s Spalding Kro-Flite square mesh patterned rubber core ball. 5th Item: A mesh gutta-percha ball (gutty), "The Fife 27 1/2" by the St. Mungo Golf ball Company of Glasgow, ca. 1890. Stands: 3 modified silver items converted to be used as golf ball displays, including two silverplate salts and one British sterling weighted candleholder. Note: All items purchased from Sean Arnold Sporting Antiques, London; a copy of their hand-written product descriptions is available to the winning bidder.
CONDITION: All items in very good condition, balls have some soiling and loss of color.