Lot 142. Phil Mickelson 36” x 76” Portrait from the 2013 PGA Championship in Rochester, NY. This color portrait printed on artboard ¼” thick was on display at the PGA event. It shows Mickelson from the waist up following through on a shot. It has six drilled holes in the border where it was attached to a PGA display. Nm. Shipping for this item is estimated at $150 to $200, depending on location. Contact us concerning our travel schedule; we could possibly deliver it. Imagine this impressive photo with a Mickelson autograph! What an item for a sports bar or a golf club!
Minimum Bid $100
Lot 143. Arnold Palmer Autographed 8”x10” Color Photo. Palmer’s signature, inscribed to “Bill,” is mint 9 to gem mint 10. The photo provides a strong, candid portrait of one of the best two or three golfers of the 20th century.
Minimum Bid $50
Lot 144. Arnold Palmer and Fred Rogers in 2 Latrobe, PA, High School Yearbooks. When the future “King” of golf was a freshman at Latrobe High School east of Pittsburgh, the future creator of “Mr. Rogers Neighborhood” was a sophomore. As adults, for achievements in their respective fields, each received the Presidential Medal of Freedom and numerous other awards. Both are pictured in the 1944 and 1945 editions of the “Latrobean,” the high school’s yearbooks. In the 1944 yearbook, Palmer is pictured as a member of the freshman class and is in a photo of the golf team. He also is on page titled “Health is Essential.” Rogers is in photos of the Stamp Salesmen and Photo Clubs. In the 1945 issue, Palmer is in the golf team photo, as well as a sophomore class photo. Rogers shows up in a junior class photo, another having to do with a Women’s Club event and the Pan American Club. Both yearbooks are hardbacks without dust jackets. The 1944 yearbook has autographs and other writing through the first 20 pages; none of the relevant photos is affected. The covers of the 1944 edition are separated from the pages; otherwise, the yearbook covers are vg, and the pages, generally ex. The 1945 yearbook is ex with student autographs.
Minimum Bid $50
Lot 145. 37 Circa 1967 Black & White 8” x 10” Photos of Golfing Greats – Palmer, Nicklaus, Etc. The Stardust Hotel & Golf Club of Las Vegas issued these photos. All but four are accompanied by a one-page summary of the player’s career. Based on content, these sketches were written in 1967. The players with career summaries are Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Roberto de Vicenzo, Al Geiberger (2 photos), Bob Goalby (2), Don January (2), Harold Henning, Ted Makalena, Don Massengale (2), Bobby Nichols, Tom Nieporte, Mason Rudolph (2), Doug Sanders (2), Bert Yancey, Dan Sikes, Dick Sikes, Julius Boros (2), Gay Brewer (2), Billy Casper, Jacky Cupit, Bruce Devlin (2), Art Wall, Phil Rodgers (2) and Homero Blancas. There also are two photos each of George Archer and Fred Beard. Averaging ex-m, these photos would be excellent for gathering autographs or creating a display of Hall of Fame greats.
Minimum Bid $25
Lot 146. 50 Sports and Entertainment Autographs – Jordan, Ashe, Elway, Schmidt, Etc. These autographs are generally nm-m 8 and better on a poster signed at the 1990 Celebrity Golf Championship played at the Edgewood Golf Course at Lake Tahoe. The 14.5” x 24” poster, which is double-matted and framed to 19.5” x 28.5”, is illustrated with the images of numerous athletes. Among the signers are Michael Jordan, John Elway (twice), Arthur Ashe, Bob Cousy, Joe Namath, T J Porter, Chuck Daly, Ernie Banks, Joe Theismann, Dave Johnson, John Havlicek, Rick Barry, Rollie Fingers, Billy Cunningham, Mike Schmidt, Bob Eubanks, Mac Davis, Mike Eruzione, Graig Nettles, Gene Mauch, Ed Marinaro, Jack Wagner, Gary U. S. Bonds, Larry Brown, etc. Authentication by Kevin Keating and JSA. The JSA Auction Letter of Authenticity may be exchanged at a discount for a full LoA.
Minimum Bid $100
Lot 186. 1971 Masters Tournament Ticket Signed by Palmer, Nicklaus and Casper. All three of these golfing greats won the Masters, Arnold Palmer in 1958, 1960, 1962 and 1964; Jack Nicklaus in 1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1975 and 1986; and Billy Casper in 1970. All three are members of the World Golf Hall of Fame. And all three autographed the ex ticket for an April 6 practice round at the 1971 Masters. The Palmer and Casper signatures are nm-m 8 to mint 9 on the front of the ticket. The Nicklaus autograph on the back is nm 7 to nm-8. At the 1971 Masters, Nicklaus finished in a tie for second place; Casper, in a tie for thirteenth; and Palmer, in a tie for eighteenth. Nicklaus would win the following year at Augusta, and two more times after that. Here is an opportunity to own the autographs of two of golf’s top 10 and three of its top 20 players of all time - with a tie-in to an important golf tradition. JSA Authentication authenticated the autographs, which come with a JSA Auction Letter of Authenticity that may be exchanged at a discount for a full LoA.
Minimum Bid $100