Lithograph – 11×14 Lee Trevino
Collectible lithograph features long time pro-golfer Lee Trevino. This self-taught golfer has finished 1st on the Champions Tour 29 times. Comes matted and framed
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Collectible lithograph features long time pro-golfer Lee Trevino. This self-taught golfer has finished 1st on the Champions Tour 29 times. Comes matted and framed.
Mousepad – I’ll Drive You Fly0 out of 5
This photo non-skid mouse pad entitled “I’ll Drive, You Fly” taken August 19, 1924 captures the first and only man to ever actually drive a golf ball from the top of a plane’s wing. Size 7 1/4″ x 8″.
Mousepad – Swing Under Construction0 out of 5
This photo non-skid mouse pad entitled “Swing Under Construction” taken in the early 20’s features golfer Buddy Mason driving a ball from the 18-story “course” atop Los Angeles City Hall, which is under construction. Size 7/14″ x 8″.
Mousepad – Baseball Buddies0 out of 5
This photo non-skid mouse pad entitled “Baseball Buddies” taken June 1, 1999 captures two boys discussing the dynamics of baseball. Size 7 1/4″ x 8″
Lithograph – 11×14 Keep Your Head Still0 out of 5
This collectible archival photo-lithograph entitled “Keep Your Head Still” taken in the 193-‘s captures Jack Redmond, World Champion trick golfer, driving a golf ball from this fearless girlfriend’s head, atop the Whitehall building in New York City. Comes matted and framed.
Mousepad – Yankee Stadium0 out of 5
The photo on this non-skid mouse pad entitled “Yankee Stadium” was taken on opening day April 19, 1923. Size 7 1/4″ x 8.
Mousepad – Play Golf Free0 out of 5
This photo non-skid mouse pad entitled “Play Golf Free” taken on October 3, 1930 captures clients of tailor, Harris Berger of Queens, New York, enjoying a round of putt-putt, while their suits are pressed. Size 7 1/4″ x 8″
Mickey Mouse Lost Ball Golf0 out of 5
This 11×14 golf collectible lithograph features Mickey looking for his golf ball. Comes matted and framed
Mousepad – Scottish Lie0 out of 5
This photo non-skid mouse pad entitled “Scottish Lie” taken in 1935 captures world famous Scottish comedian and Vaudeville Star, Sir Harry Lauder, attempting to hit from a horrible lie. Size 7 1/4″ x 8″.
Betty Pulls The Pin- 11×14 Lithograph0 out of 5
This 11×14 limited edition collectible lithograph features Betty Boop and her dog Pudgy. Comes matted and framed with certificate of authenticity.
Betty Boop is known as the first and one of the most famous sex symbols on the animated screen;[ she was a symbol of the Depression era, a reminder of the more carefree days of Jazz Age flappers. Her popularity was drawn largely from adult audiences, and the cartoons, while seemingly surrealistic, contained many sexual/psychological elements, particularly in the “Talkartoon”, Minnie the Moocher, featuring Cab Calloway and his orchestra. Minnie the Moocher is perhaps the one cartoon that defined Betty’s character as a teenager of a modern era at odds with the old world ways of her parents
Betty On Deck -Anaheim Angels0 out of 5
This 11×14 collectible lithograph featuring Betty Boop comes in all MLB teams. Each lithograph is limited to 5,000 pieces, includes a certificate of authenticity, and comes matted and framed.