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DICK WEBER - COLLECTION WITH CARMEN "THE CLOWN" SALVINO, DON "MR. BOWLING" CARTER - HFSID 261499

BOWLING SUPERSTARS Three photographs of the famed bowlers Don Carter, Dick Weber and Carmen Salvino, autographed by each! Comprises: (1) DON CARTER. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Keith/Good Luck/always-/Don Carter". Color, 8x10.

Sale Price $324.00

Reg. $360.00

Condition: fine condition
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BOWLING SUPERSTARS


Three photographs of the famed bowlers Don Carter, Dick Weber and Carmen Salvino, autographed by each!


Comprises: (1) DON CARTER. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Keith/Good Luck/always-/Don Carter". Color, 8x10. Don Carter (1926-2012), dominated bowling in the 1950s-1960s, was the first President of the Professional Bowlers' Association and is enshrined in the bowling Hall of Fame. Facsimile signature at lower right. Minor creases (not evident head on). Fine condition. (2) RICHARD ANTHONY “DICK” WEBER. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Eddie & Betty Sousa/Best of Bowling/Dick Weber/2-14-71". B/w, 8x10. Dick Weber (1929-2005) was a bowling professional and a founding member of the Professional Bowlers Association. He is known not only as a bowling superstar, but also as a bowling pioneer and one of the sport's most popular players. Minor creases (most not evident head on). Fine condition. (3) CARMEN SALVINO. Photograph signed: "Good Bowling/Sincerely/Carmen Salvino". Legendary professional bowler Carmen Salvino (b. 1933) captured his first PBA Tour title in 1961 and won the PBA National Championship the following year. In 1963, he cashed in in every tournament he bowled, a feat equalled only by Dick Weber (1962) and Mark Roth (1978). Over the course of his career, Salvino would win 17 tour titles (his last was the Miller High Life Classic in January 1979) and bowl five sanctioned 300 games (Salvino bowled 35 perfect games at the Marigold in Chicago). Salvino, who became a U.S. Bowling Gold Level Instructor, was inducted into the PBA Hall of Fame in 1975 and the American Bowling Congress Hall of Fame in 1979. In February 2002, the 70-year-old Salvino returned to competition in the PBA World Championship in Toledo, Ohio. Diagonal crease touches the "Ca" of signature. Paper clip stain at upper left. Three items.
 

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