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Old 04-11-2018, 06:58 PM
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Don't know what they are but the print quality is really sharp compared to some contemporary strip cards.
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Don't know what they are but the print quality is really sharp compared to some contemporary strip cards.
Definitely sharper than any strips I can think of off hand, besides a few scarce ones that are real photo type...
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Same print shop, different city. See previous thread.

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nice! looks honey boyish.
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I consider myself fairly well rounded in the area of golf cards...I have never seen this Jones before.

There are a few golf card folks that would likely come out of pocket on this item pretty heavily if some backstory on this could be provided.
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Not being a golf collector, I am curious as to what kind of value a golf collector might put on this item? I know it's probably difficult to estimate because the exact origin of this item is unknown at this point, but based on the fact that this is likely from the 1928-29 time frame and possibly a very rare item, do you have any ballpark or guidance on value?

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I still find the fact that the Southworth 'card' is much wider than the others makes this extremely unlikely that this was a card issue.

It reminds me of the orange bordered 'Manager' cards from the mid-30's that were determined at a later date to actually be cut from a scorebook or writing tablet (I forget what).

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I have no problem with this item being a new set of strip cards. The “60” is the shop number that was making the piece, they were an “Allied Printers Union” shop located in St Louis, Mo and at location number 60. The Union label or “bug” actually adds provenance and trackability of the piece and adds to legitimacy if someone cared enough to look into it.
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I think you mean these below, Brian. Still on the fence with the strip being talked about...
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I still find the fact that the Southworth 'card' is much wider than the others makes this extremely unlikely that this was a card issue.

It reminds me of the orange bordered 'Manager' cards from the mid-30's that were determined at a later date to actually be cut from a scorebook or writing tablet (I forget what).

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Not being a golf collector, I am curious as to what kind of value a golf collector might put on this item? I know it's probably difficult to estimate because the exact origin of this item is unknown at this point, but based on the fact that this is likely from the 1928-29 time frame and possibly a very rare item, do you have any ballpark or guidance on value?

IF it was graded and authenticated as some "type card" that was part of an actual issue or perhaps a hand cut strip card....just my estimation but I would guess $750-$1000 easy for just the Jones...could be way higher if a few of the right folks who collect vintage golf and Jones get involved in bidding.

Auction format would be the way to go if this could be authenticated. But in my opinion it would get more play for the Bobby Jones than anyone else on the panel
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