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    staffordshire group of golfers

    Antique Staffordshire group of golfers

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    A very rare group of a golfer and his caddy modelled after an engraving 'The Golfers at Blackheath' from the original painting by L F Abbott. The height of the golfer is 8' and the caddy 7.25'. Excellent condition except that the golfer seems to have lost the head of his club. The colours are good and strong with no wear or flaking.

     
    There are the remains of an old collectors label on the underside.
    Date: Victorian

    Height (cm):
    8'

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