Set99. Keystone. Golf. 32/50, incomplete. This set contains 32 golf views of the 50 card set. Views of Horton Smith (4), Willie Macfarlane (6), Gene Sarazen (3), Johnny Farrell (4), Bobby Cruickshank (1), Leo Diegel (3), MacDonald Smith (2), Larry Nabholtz (7), Billy Burke (1), plus an unidentified golfer in the #50 view titled “The Wrong Way to Finish a Stroke.” All views are different and are numbered at top center. Included are #11-21, 25-28, 30-31, 33, 35-41, 43-48, & 50. Views are in E condition, box has some wear and fraying, so G. A rare group of views. $500

  
S198.
Underwood & Underwood. Jerusalem. 27 views, consecutively numbered 9-35, as issued. This was issued as a subset of the Palestine set. With booklet Jerusalem Through the Stereoscope. Views and box VG, pamphlet is worn. $150


S218. Keystone. United States. 100/100, complete, sequentially numbered. Views are E, box is worn and flaked as shown. $350

Ceylon Boxed Set Stereo Travel Ceylon Boxed Set Stereo Travel
Set350. Stereo Travel. Ceylon. 100/100 complete, sequentially numbered. Box and views VG-E. $900

Netherlands Boxed Set set379b
Set379. Stereo Travel. The Netherlands. 100/100, complete, consecutively numbered. Top of box is intact but has splits at corners. Views are VG-E. $750


Set398. Keystone. Florida. 50/50 complete, consecutively numbered although one view, #13 has the printed #54 at top center rather than the #13. Views are VG-E, box is G with rubs. $325


Set401. Bay State Publishing Co., London & Boston. Rare group of 31 golf stereoviews by this scarce maker. All the views but one show Jerome  D. Travers. One view shows Edward Ray. Jerome Dunstan “Jerry” Travers (May 19, 1887 – March 29, 1951) was one of the leading amateur golfers of the early 20th century. He won the U.S. Amateur in 1907, 1908, 1912 and 1913, the New Jersey Amateur three times, and the Metropolitan Amateur (New York) five times. He was regarded as one of the finest match play golfers of his time and had a famous rivalry with Walter Travis. He won the 1915 U.S. Open. Edward Rivers J. “Ted” Ray (6 April 1877 – 26 August 1943) was a British professional golfer. He won two major championships, The Open Championship in 1912 and the U.S. Open in 1920, and contended in many others during the early years of the 20th century. Ray was also a maker of fine golf clubs and was an excellent billiards player. Some views have dirt, some have red stamp at top center “Picture Room.” One view has a creased left image with image lifting off card o/w G-VG. $350


Set410. Stereo-Travel Co. Japan. 100/100, complete, sequentially numbered. Views and box are VG-E. $850


Set419. Stereo-Travel Co. Panama. 100/100, complete, sequentially numbered. Views and box are VG-E. $950


Set429. Underwood & Underwood. Palestine. 99/100, consecutively numbered, missing #76. Box and views are VG. $275

 
Set431. Keystone. Holland. 50/50, complete, consecutively numbered. Views are E, box is a Tour of the World box, and has some wear and chips. VG. $275


Set437. Underwood & Underwood. India. 100/100, complete, consecutively numbered. With Book and Booklet with 10 maps in fine condition. Box shows a little wear, views are VG. $450


Set439. Underwood & Underwood. Palestine. 100/100, complete, consecutively numbered. Views and box are VG. $350

 
Set442. Stereo-Travel. Mexico. 100/100 complete, sequentially numbered. Views are VG, box is G with stain on top. $900


Set445. Keystone. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Centenary Exhibition and Pageant. 100/100, complete, sequentially numbered. Views are VG-E, box has chip at left top, so G. $1600


Set446. Stereo-Travel. Italy. 100/100, complete, sequentially numbered. Box has some wear, a split corner on cover; views are VG. $450

 
Set448. Underwood & Underwood. Norway. 100/100, complete, sequentially numbered. One view is hand numbered. Views are VG. Some fraying on one side of top of box. $425

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