2018 June US Open Memorabilia Auction
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1928 Millhoff Complete Twenty-Seven Tobacco Card Set


The complete 27 card set of 1928 Millhoff Tobacco Famous Golfers cards are offered here. This was one of the first golf card sets to feature multiple female golfers. All cards come in excellent condition and are numbered 1 through 27 as follows:

1. Aubrey Boomer
2. Walter Hagen
3. Sir E Holderness
4. Roger Wethered
5. Harry Vardon
6. C A Whitcombe
7. Alex Herd
8. Abe Mitchell
9. C J H Tolley
10. Jesse Sweetser
11. Miss Diana V Esmond
12. Mrs Guedalla
13. Miss J Wethered
14. George Duncan
15. Dorothy Pearson
16. Edward Ray
17. George Gadd
18. A G Havers
19. Miss Doris Chambers
20. Bobby Jones
21. T H Cotton
22. Mrs Alan Macbeth
23. Miss C Leitch
24. Tommy Armour
25. Dr W Tweddell
26. Robert Harris
27. E R Whitcombe

Please note: This auction will end at 5:00pm EST on Sunday, June 17th, with EXTENDED BIDDING to follow. All items in the auction will remain open until no items have received a bid within a 15 minute time period. Still the lowest rate among major golf auction houses, there is a buyer's premium of 17.5% for all items. All lots are free to be bid on until extended bidding has ended.

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1928 Millhoff Complete Twenty-Seven Tobacco Card Set
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Auction closed on Monday, June 18, 2018.
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