2020 September Golf Memorabilia Auction
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Classic Merion Golf Club '1912' China Dish/Bowl

Merion Golf Club was founded in 1896, representing one of the earliest clubs in the United States. Featured in the club's historic logo, Merion Golf Club uses the red wicker baskets in place of pin flags to mark each hole of their East Course. This club is perennially ranked in the top ten of 'Golf Digest's' 'America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses' and has hosted five US Open tournaments over the years. It has hosted some of the most important golf tournaments in golf history including the 1930 US Amateur (Bobby Jones) and the 1950 US Open (Ben Hogan). This '1912' china dish is in good condition and features the wicker basket logo, with 'Merion' written on the reverse. 4" diameter


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Classic Merion Golf Club '1912' China Dish/BowlClassic Merion Golf Club '1912' China Dish/BowlClassic Merion Golf Club '1912' China Dish/Bowl
Classic Merion Golf Club '1912' China Dish/Bowl
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Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $40.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $95.18
Number Bids: 6
Auction closed on Monday, September 21, 2020.
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