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3 Vintage Piccadilly Hickory Golf Clubs Brassie Mid Iron and Putter

3 Vintage Piccadilly Hickory Golf Clubs Brassie Mid Iron and Putter


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Directory: Antiques: Instruments and Implements: Sports: Pre 1920: Item # 1440479

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Offered are 3 vintage Golf Clubs from USA maker PICCADILLY. This nice group consists of a Brassie (2 wood), putter and a mid iron. The condition of each club is fairly good and rate at a #6 category. They all exhibit modest wear, a lovely patina and are in usable condition.

The Brassie has modest finish loss, a full brass sole plate and a lead weight built into the back. Measures 42.5 inches from tip of grip to heel. A modest bend is noted from front to back of the shaft. Marked "PICCADILLY" faintly on the top. The face has ancient residue as evidence its honorable use. The shaft is solid has an early finish and is missing its leather grip with only the old underlisting remaining.

The first forged iron is stamped "Mid Iron", and "PICCADILLY" on the back. There are a few minor small leading edge dings on the front most prominent towards the heel. Measures 37.5 inches from the heel to end of grip and sports an almost straight shaft and is missing the grip (has underlisting).

Finally, the putter, which measures 33.5 inches and has a nice patina and a small area of pitting on the face towards the heel. The markings on the back are stamped "PUTTER" and "PICCADILLY". The shaft has an older finish and complete leather grip.

The clubs date to the 1930 era.

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