Helms Museum Collection of Important Antique Golf Balls (64)
There are 64 in the entire collection, 22 are of gutta percha and have a mesh pattern, and include the following markings: WLS-72, Blue Colonel, US Royal with four conjoined red squares, Dunlop Maxpar, Gordon PGA, "Earle W Zinn" Arch Colonel 168, WD Bullet stamped Robert W. Clark, Kroydon Red Star, Kro Flite w/green squares, Kro Flite w/black squares, Dunlop 4, Paramount Reach, Dunlop Red, Par Player, Wilson Success, St Mungo Colonel, Kro Flite w/red brown squares, US Royal 4 and Colonel w/pairs of blue green squares, Grand Slam, TEE-ME and others. There are two bramble patterns, Haskell and Colonel. The 20 inventoried dimple balls include Line Colonel, Waiter Hagen 3, MacGregor Pace Maker 4, Spalding, Arch Colonel 155/168, Spalding T Tournament, US Royal, Fairway, Wright & Ditson Eagle. The majority have an inventory card with the original numbers from The Helms Hall Sports Museum and comments regarding the design and maker. This lot is to come with letter of provenance/authenticity from Lelands.com. NOTE: Some or all of these balls could very well be from major events and/or used by important players and from "famous" donors. Many of the Helms pieces were unidentified with their source information having been lost through the years. However, through photo analysis we were able to prove things that previously unidentified by Helms to be very important artifacts. Do your own research and you may have some real treasures here. There will be a complete list of the marked balls on the internet portion of the sale.