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Lot # 1578 (of 1807)   < Previous Lot | Next Lot >

1901 W. F. Faulkner "Golf Terms" Complete Set (12): #1 PSA Set Registry

Starting Bid - $1,000.00, Sold For - $2,666.25

Outstanding complete set of twelve cards from the rare 1901 W. & F. Faulkner "Golf Terms" set, each graded and encapsulated by PSA. This set currently ranks at the number one all-time finest set on the PSA Set Registry with a weighted GPA of 5.33. This is an extremely attractive set of these very rare and colorful tobacco cards. Each card in the set features a colorful illustration of a golf scene with a humorous caption. The back of each card is blank. The PSA grades are as follows: One NM-MT+ 8.5: Two Up & One To Play. One NM+ 7.5: Well Forward. One EX-MT 6: A Tee Caddie. Two EX+ 5.5: Agriculture and A Rub of the Green. Four EX 5: A Halved Match, A Nasty Lie, Giving It Socks, and Pressed From Behind. Two VG-EX 4: Caught in a Bunker and Two to One Against Bogey. One VG 3: Fore! This is an extremely attractive set, with magnificent artwork, popular subject matter, and outstanding eye-appeal. W. & F. Faulkner's "Golf Terms" are rarely seen and are highly prized by serious golf-card collectors. The total SMR value (excluding the one VG 3) is $5,080. Total: 12 cards. Reserve $1,000. Estimate (open). SOLD FOR $2,666.25


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