Terry de la Mesa Allen Sr. - Olympic Polo Player - Autographed Check, 1920
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Details: Terry de la Mesa Allen Sr. autographed bank check, 1920. Accompanied by a modern 4 x 6” military photograph. Near fine condition. Major General Terry de la Mesa Allen Sr. (April 1, 1888 – September 12, 1969) was a senior United States Army officer who fought in both World War I and World War II. A 3-goal handicap player, Terry Allen played in the US team at the 1920 Olympics which beat Belgium 11-3 in the bronze medal match after losing 3-13 to Spain in their opening game. A month earlier, Allen and two of his fellow Olympians, Arthur Harris and Nelson Margetts, were in the American Army side which beat Foxhunters 9-5 to win the Novices Cup at Ranelagh. Authentication: Includes a full letter of authenticity from JG Autographs, Inc. Premium: A 25% Buyers Premium Will Be Added to All Winning Bids Reference sku: 11576 1390674-1
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New York, NY, US
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Estimate
35 USD
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