Tommy Bolt Signed 1981 Bobby Jones Fdc (masters, Open, Golf Cover) Handwritten
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Tommy Bolt Signed 1981 Bobby Jones Fdc (masters, Open, Golf Cover) Handwritten:
Golf Hall of Famer. He won 14 PGA tournaments, including the US Open in Tulsa, Okla. 1958. He's remembered for flinging his driver into the lake at Cherry Hills, in the US Open of 1960. Helped popularize the Legends Tournament (renamed Legends of Golf).Details: I purchased this cover at a stamp show, and then proceeded to obtain same autographed. This was via the mail route, to his Arkansas home address in the early '90s. Signed in a solid black felt-tip. As follows: "To - Jay (my middle name) / Best Wishes / Tommy Bolt." He adds a lightning bolt insignia underneath. The cover is very clean; open flap, regular size. Mint signature. Ex to Nr Mt cover. Outstanding association piece (between signer and stamp's theme).
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• I've been a collector since 1970. I learned about collecting autographs through columns in old trade magazines, such as The Trader Speaks and Newsreel. I've been selling autographed items on for over fifteen years. Unless otherwise noted, each was personally obtained for my own collection or inventory. This was mostly via the mail route from 1973-95.
• 14-year-old exhibitor at the third and last annual Brea Show in 1971. (This SoCal get-together was a forerunner of the Nat'l Sports Collectors Con.) Member of the Universal Autograph Collectors Club (UACC) and Society for American Baseball Research (SABR). Contributor to SABR's ongoing Baseball Biography Project. Authored the 259-page book Baseball's Golden Half-Century 1910-1959 (published in 2007). Great nephew and sole researcher of Paul Martin, who illustrated twenty magazine covers for Collier's, played against B.Tilden and in three US Opens. I've been a subscriber and occasional advertiser to the major hobby publications, since the early 1970s. My full-page ads have appeared in Autograph Collector (later called Autograph Magazine). This includes the following older issues: Jun '90 p 37; Sept '90 p 25; Jan '91 p 35; Aug '91 p 19; Apr '93 p 7; Oct '94 p 32; Oct '96 p 87 etc.
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