Offered is an elusive E. GLOVER adjustable face vintage golf club.
This is an interesting 38 inch club that sports an ingenious yet quite functional mechanism that adjusts the face into 9 separate clubs.
The club sports an old style, original leather grip wrapped around a steel shaft that terminates at the club head.
The back of the chrome plated club face is stamped "GLOVER'S - 1993928". This reflects a patent date of March 12, 1935 submitted by Edmund Glover.
To operate, a golfer would loosen the cylindrical nut located on the shaft, then rotate the club face to the desired loft and re-tighten.
The shaft is sturdy and has modest chrome loss and old rust pitting. The leather grip is complete showing mild wear. Modest chrome loss and tarnish is noted on the face. The adjusting mechanism works freely.
A great example of American ingenuity!