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    1990's Augusta National Limited Edition Collectable Plates (One Signed) from The Sam Snead Collection. Here we present a lot of eight Augusta National Golf Club special dinner plates. Most notable are the light green rimmed plates, issued by the Augusta National only to those players posting an Eagle in Masters play. There are five different Wedgewood plates in this grouping and they are numbered as follows; 201, 664, 665, 666, and 667. Also here are three dark green rimmed plates, issued as player souvenirs for Masters participation: the 1993 tournament plate #4, 1995 tournament plate #8, and 1997 tournament plate #12. The final plate measuring 10 1/2" in diameter features three images of Sam Snead at the Greenbrier all fired onto the plate. This decorative Snead plate is signed by Sam Snead and the artist signature Michael J Taylor is printed in the design. Letter of provenance from Jack Snead. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    December, 2013
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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