When it comes to collecting autographs of Masters Tournament Champions, one autograph stands out for being unquestionably rarer than all of the others - Craig Wood. The 1941 Masters Champ (and 1941 US Open Champion) passed away in 1968 - decades before autograph collecting became immensely popular. When Craig Wood autographs are found, they are nearly always part of a group of signatures on a tournament program or something similar. Single-signed items are rare, and single-signed photographs truly scarce. For comparison's sake, the only Craig Wood autographed golf ball that we've ever sold brought over $22,000 at auction.
Offered here is the rare chance to own a Craig Wood autographed photo, and one that is not even personalized to the original recipient. And Exceptional piece.
8x10". 1st generation photograph with original photographer stamp on reverse.
Full Letter of Authenticity from James Spence Authentication (JSA)