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4 Antique Golf Clubs Hickory shaft Wood Heads England One Early C1900


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Directory: Antiques: Instruments and Implements: Sports: Pre 1920: Item # 1441481

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Offered is a nice group of 4, 1900-1930 era, Hickory shaft Golf Clubs that all sport wood heads. These nicely crafted clubs all have good, complete grips and an early finish on the shaft and club heads.

The first club is an early wood head putter with a brass face and sole plate and would make a nice player club. It measures 33.5 inches from the heel to the end of the shaft and has "MADE IN ENGLAND" marked on the sole near the heel.

The second vintage club is stamped "SPALDING MEDAL 58" on the crown and has a brass sole plate and ? black horn on the leading edge. The club measures 42.5 inches from the heel to end of shaft. This BRASSIE has a fine lined face and a period lambskin grip. Looks handsome and would make a nice player club.

The third club is faintly stamped ? "THD" on the crown. The club measures 42 inches and is in nice condition. This BRASSIE may be the earliest of this group as evidenced by the following characteristics: The shaft passes through the hosel to the sole. The front sole plate appears to be horn and is attached via a middle screw and 2 wooden dowels.

This C1900 club has a faint separation of the sole plate and a very faint hairline split near the front portion of the sole.

Club 4 club is stamped "ALEC. GERARD HMC" on the crown and sports a brass sole plate and ? black horn plate on the leading edge. The club measures 41 inches from the heel to end of shaft. The club has two toned wood coloring on the crown and face once sported front decoration. The face shows moderate damage and a split to the hosel on the heel side (probably from pounding more than just the ball!). This club dates to the 1920-1930 era and has been officially retired from play.