ELLSWORTH VINES - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 49652
Sale Price $126.00
The 1930s American tennis champion signs his name in blue ink
Signature: "Ellsworth Vines" in blue ink. 3½x2½ card. Ellsworth Vines (1911-1994) was an American tennis champion during the 1930s, who ranked the No. 1 World player for four years (1932, 1935, 1936 and 1937), during which he won multiple Grand Slam titles including Wimbledon (1932), the U.S. Open (1931, 1932), Wembley Pro (1934, 1935, 1936) and the French Pro (1935). In 1940, Vines played his last tennis match, leaving the sport at the top of his game to pursue a career in golf; he won three PGA tournaments the 1946 Massachusetts Open, the 1951 Southern California Championship and the 1955 Utah Open. Toned. Slightly soiled. Mounting residue on verso. Ink bleeding slightly. Otherwise, fine condition.
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