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Muir Fergusson antique Vanity Fair golf chromolithograph

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Vanity Fair Golfer - Muir


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Antique sporting print


Vanity Fair portrait of Samuel Mure Fergusson. Samuel Mure Fergusson (1855-1928) was a successful stockbroker and highly rated golfer and golf-course architect. In 1895 he designed the course of the exclusive New Zealand Golf Club (which, despite its name, is in Surrey) and in 1904 a course at Windsor for king Edward VII. He was secretary of the New Zealand club from its foundation, and in 1910 he became secretary of the "Royal and Ancient: club at St Andrews, the pinnacle of British golf.

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artist Spy (Sir Leslie Ward) (1851-1922)
method Chromolithograph
date 1903
size 395mm by 260mm (sheet)
SKU SP5486