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    1930 Helen Wills-Moody Wimbledon Ladies' Doubles Championship Gold Medal. The third and final Ladies' Doubles Championships for Wills at Wimbledon, who paired up again with Elizabeth Montague Ryan after success together in the same event three years earlier. Ryan's tally of nineteen titles in Ladies' and Mixed Doubles at Wimbledon stands as a record to this day. Wills' prize features a classical victory figure in front of a tennis net at obverse and text on verso announcing, "The Lawn Tennis Championship, 1930, Ladies' Doubles, Mrs. Helen Wills-Moody, Miss E.M.Ryan, Champions." Medal measures one and a half inches in diameter and is housed in its original velvet lined case from "Fattorini & Sons Jewellers" of England. Top of the case is embossed in gold, "The Lawn Tennis Championships 1930." Fine condition.


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