“One-of-a-Kind” – The Ryder Cup is Born at Wentworth in 1926

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“One-of-a-Kind”  – “….Abe Mitchell (Sam Ryder’s coach) tees off at
Wentworth in 1926 in a match arranged between the golf professionals of Great Britain
and America. The following year the first official Ryder Cup match was played.
Abe Mitchel was used as the model for the figure on the lid of the cup”.
  Here is a fine giclee printed (*Limited run of 500) –  30″ x 24″
unsigned lithograph of a  painting by famous London born Golf
Artist Michael Heslop. The triple (acid free 100% cotton core) matting
reveals an image size of approximately 24 x 18″.  The frame is constructed of a beautiful heavy wooden  3 1/2″  Beaded Mahogany molding.

Only one!    (outside dimensions  36″ by 31″)

* Please call us 1-800-868-9155 for shipping charges as this is a very large piece and will require special shipping considerations.

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Weight 112 lbs

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