This is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique Golf Prints.
001golf: 1899 Golf Print by Charles Gibson. This attractive print was drawn by Charles D. Gibson, creator of the famous "Gibson Girl," and published in 1899. It is titled "A Little Incident. Showing that even Inanimate Objects can Enter into the Spirit of the Game." The antique print is in excellent condition, with beautiful modern hand coloring. It would be perfect for anyone with an interest in golf! 12" x 17" $50
006golf: 1902 Golf in Tropical Climes. Two hand colored antique golfing views on one Harper's page show how golfers beat the winter weather. Belleair, Florida and Pasadena, California. 11x16 in. $50
007golf: 1931 Golf in Rome ad. Douglas Fairbanks pictured playing the Roman course, "The Finest Winter Course on the Continent." Great old ad also lists recommended hotels for golfers. 9-1/2x13-1/2 in. $30
008golf: 1900 Punch Golf Cartoon. Hand colored original antique cartoon from Punch. Man asks lady with baby to hurry and move out of his drive-line. She retorts, "Garn! Baby yerself, playing at ball there in your knickerbockers an' all!" 8-1/4x11 in. $40
009golf: 1900 Antique Golf Cartoon. Two hand colored original cartoons on one page, from Punch. Caddy strike, and golfer puts it on the carpet - through the cottage window! 8-1/4x11 in. $40
010golf: 1904 A.B. Frost Golf Print. Hand colored half tone by A.B. Frost, from Harper's Weekly. Title is "Temper" Shows a man on a golf course swinging wildly and his caddy running for it. This print would be great for any golf enthusiast! size: 15x10 in. $150
011golf: 1904 A.B. Frost Golf Print. Hand colored half tone by A.B. Frost, from Harper's Weekly. Shows a man on a putting green taking a swing. This print would be great for any golf enthusiast! 15x10 in. $100
1911 Full color gravure images of How George Duncan Makes His Drives. Actual images of him swinging his club; not poses.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $40
1912 Hand colored lithograph titled, "Lost Ball: Penalty -- One Omelet!" Eight sequential sketches by E.W. Kemble.
15 x 10-1/2 in. $40
1899 Hand colored lithographed Gibson Girl portrayed holding her golf club with the caption, "One Difficulty of the Game, Keeping your Eye on the Ball." Copyright by Life Publishing Co. 17 x 11 in. $50
1900 Hand colored lithographed Gibson Girl pictured, enjoying all the attention, with caption reading, "Advice to Caddies, You Will Save Time by Keeping Your Eye on the Ball, Not on the Player." Copyright by Life Publishing Co.
17 x 11 in. $50
1904 Hand colored lithpgraph captioned, "Postponing the Inheritance, Miss Tagg Explained the Game to Her Uncle, Who is Greatly Improved by the Exercise." Copyright by Life Publishing Co.
17 x 11 in. $40
1899 Hand colored lithograph showing a frustrated golfer captioned, "A Day At Golf, At Carony, Castle Mr. Pipp Tries his Hand at Golf."
16-1/2 x 11 in. $40
1908 Hand colored lithograph by Maud Stumm showing a lovely female golfer anticipating her full swing. Copyright by the Gray Lith. Co., N.Y.
12-1/2 x 10 in. $60
1900 A. B. Frost hand colored half-tone from Harper's Weekly captioned, "The End of the Season." Image shows a team of golfers with their caddies putting the ball at close range.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $60
1900 Hand colored lithographed Gibson Girl exclaiming "Fore!" The American Girl is all Around the World. Copyright by Life Publishing Co.
17 x 11 in. $50
1897 Hand colored lithograph captioned, "Is A Caddy Always Necessary?" Copyright by Life Publishing Co.
17 x 11 in. $40
102golf: 1931 Champion Women Golfers. Article from Golf Illustrated, discussing the top women in US championship golf tournaments that year. Accompanied by photos of the best players. 9x13 in. $30
106golf: 1897 Gibson Print: Love and Golf. Hand colored engraving by Charles Dana Gibson, creator of the famous "Gibson Girl," titled "A Good Game for Two." Shows a young couple seated together on a golf course, talking while their golf clubs go unused. 11x16 in. $50
107golf: 1932 Golfing in Canada. Hand tinted photos from Golf Illustrated, showing golfers on courses in Quebec and New Brunswick. 9x14 in. $40
109golf: 1931 New Jersey Golf Tournament. Article from Golf Illustrated, discussing the New Jersey State Amateur Golf Championship. The tournament was to be held at the Echo Lake golf course in West Cranford. 9x14 in. $20
111golf: 1946 Book: Sam Snead's 'How to Play Golf.' With professional tips on improving your score, and rules of the game. Garden City Books, New York, 1946. Green cloth binding, spine slightly yellowed. $20
115golf: Beautifully hand colored half tone of John D Rockefeller golfing at Jekyll Island in 1909. Caption below images read 'He plants his feet firmly twenty four inches apart and takes a slow swing back. Then he strikes the ball with all his force, and 'follows through' with his right hand. John D. Rockefeller's 'Drive' is a blend of caution and daring". Excellent condition. 14 X 9 1/2. $80
117golf: Rare 1901 Howard Chandler Christy Golfing Print published by Scribners & Son, NY. Titled "Their First Hazard". Very Good Condition, small archivally mended tear in right side into white background. 12 1/2 X 16 1/2. $125
118golf: Chromo lithograph from Puck 1904 "A Sporting Pilgrimage". Judge Pulpy is ordered by his doctor to get "Open Air Exercise". Drawn by Andrew Levering. Excellent condition. 9 X 13 1/2. $40
119golf: 1930 Ford Coupe Ad featuring women golfing. Ford states "An Admired Grace of Line and Contour... The New Ford Coupe". Excellent condition. 8 X 10 1/2. $40
120golf: 1920 The Battle Royal in Lawn Tennis, Article with half-tone photographs published in The Graphic, dated June 19, 1920 10x15.5 $60
121golf: 1901 Pictorial Notes of Current News, The Women's Golf Championship - Four of the Prominent Players Last Week featuring half-tone photographs of Miss Hecker, Mrs. Manice, Miss Anthony and Miss Margaret Curtis 10.5x5 $30
123golf: 1903 The Intercollegiate Golf Matches with half-tone photographs of six male golfers 9.5x13.5 $50
1893 Rare hand colored half-tones titled, "The Links of the Tooting Bec Golf Club at Furzedown," which is in England. Featured in The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News.
15-1/2 x 11 in. $70
1893 Hand colored half-tones titled, "The Minehead and West Somerset Golf Links." Images of this English golf club were featured in The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News.
15-1/2 x 11 in. $75
1895 Hand colored half-tone by A.B. Frost titled, "A Long Putt to Halve the Hole." Image shows a golfer concentrating as it readies his swing. Image is in fine condition.
15-1/2 x 11 in. $80
1915 Louis Icart illustration featured in The Graphic showing, "The Gold Girl." Image shows a woman in full swing.
15-1/2 x 11 in. $450
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