Put some pep in your step with this lot of (4) vintage golf gut signatures. As the “Great Depression” darkened the world during the 1930s master duffers Tommy Armour (d.1968), Billy Burke (d.1972), Lawson Little (d.1968) and Denny Shute (d.1974) lifted spirits and their games while winning an impressive array of major professional and amateur matches. Signed in black/blue steel-tip fountain pen the offered period-signed cuts display graceful (avg. “8-9”) quality well suited for framing. Full photo LOAs from JSA. More on our website.
All (4) autographs appearing on heavy stock cuts which show age appropriate off-white to cream toning. The Armour cut measures 2-3/4 x 2” and features the signature below the printed name “Anna Mae Mendes”. The top loop of the letter “A” in Armour overlaps the printed name. The Burke cut measures 2 x 1-7/8”. The Little cut measures 2-3/4 x 1-1/2”. The Shute cut measures 2-3/4 x 1-1/2” and has a light crease running the letter “D” in Denny which requires close inspection to detect and does not diminish the signature’s appeal. Reverse side album residue has no impact on these dignified signatures.