Autographs of 1941 Masters Tournament Champ Craig Wood are coveted by collectors due to their extreme rarity. Craig Wood passed away in 1968 - making any autograph of his among the final pieces obtained for any Masters autograph collection.
But this isn't just any Craig Wood autograph, it is perhaps the finest single-signed Craig Wood photograph in existence. In 13 years, we've only encountered one other single-signed Craig Wood photograph, which was a severely faded photograph that still brought almost $4,000 at auction. The offered photograph is extraordinary. In terms of Craig Wood memorabilia, it could only be considered secondary in quality to the Craig Wood signed golf ball that fetched over $23,000.
This 8x10" Craig Wood photo originates from the collection of George Sanders, the celebrity reporter/host and author of the Sanders Guide to Autograph Prices. This photograph is matted with mounting corners to that the photo easily slips out and is ready for custom framing.