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Arnold Palmer Signed Ltd Ed "Masters: Autograph Edition" Canvas Print 15/100


"Mr. Arnold Palmer rams home his final putt to win The Masters for an unprecedented fourth time." 1964 was a special year for The Masters tournament, as it saw its first four-time winner in the fan favorite Arnold Palmer. Arnie's Army was in full effect, with his play fueling the fire. Similar to his victory at Troon for the 1962 Open Championship, Plamer won by the wide margin of six strokes. This limited edition canvas print was signed by Arnold Palmer in bold black sharpie neatly in the corner. The artist perfectly captures the tenacity and emotion that Palmer player with during that final round in 1964. James Spence Authentication (JSA) has reviewed this signature and their auction letter of authentication comes with this lot.
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Arnold Palmer Signed Ltd Ed "Masters: Autograph Edition" Canvas Print 15/100 JSA ALOA
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