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84a – RARITÄT! Golfspieler/Golfball als Tischglocke, Bronze, Dunlop, wohl 50er Jahre
Höhe ca. 9,0 cm, guter, altersüblicher Zustand, normale Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren.

RARITY! Golfer/golf ball as a dinner bell, bronze, Dunlop, 1950s
Height 9.0 cm (3.6 in), good old common condition, normal age and wear.

Many metal bell collectors have one of these, or have at least seen it. The figure of a golf caddie was used to advertise Dunlop golf products. The seller believes it is from the 1950s, but this one dates back to c. 1920 and has the inscription “Dunlop 31” on front and rear. This original version is very hard to find and is almost never encountered. Copies were made in England after WW2 and have the inscription “Tubal Cain” on the rear of the golf ball. Later unmarked copies were made in the Orient and in the USA.



84b – Huge Paolo Soleri Cosanti Arcosanti Bronze Bell Sculptured Garden Metal Windbell
A used large and beautiful Soleri Bronze bell with an spectacular patina of golds and greens, please see photos on diferent lights to appreciate the colors on the bell and sculpture. Please see photos for the initials of P.S. for Paolo Soleri, also see logo. The bell is 5 1/4″ high by 5 1/2″ wide and the total length is 24″ from the tip of the hanger to the end of the fin.



The 2012 ABA Convention will held in Scottsdale AZ
from Wednesday – Saturday, June 27-30


An optional guided tour of the Cosanti facilities, including a bronze pour, will be offered on Tuesday, June 26.