This lot provides the collector with a chance to own and display 4
replica tees that represent some of the rarest and most valuable tees
that would cost a small fortune if they were the genuine article.
1. The brass Perfect Tee Mold replica, complete with a spring loaded plunger.
2. The light green paper tee formed in a semi-circle is a replica of the first tee patented in the United States. The patent was issued to P.L. Senat of Philadelphia, PA in 1896 and covers a paper tee that is designed to fold into a cone.
3. The double cone brass sand tee is a copy of Ransome's Double Golf Tee Stamp produced in 1899. This copy is engraved 1994 on its perimeter.
4. The top of the copper cone replica sand tee is indented to create a small cup to hold the ball atop the sand. The auctioneer has never seen this mold before and has cataloged it as a replica, but does not know for sure if it is.