PUTTERS MADE IN AMERICA
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Archived 8/27/1999 - These putters are no longer available and are here for informational purposes only.
ADD 14 SCHOOP, HARRY, INDIANAPOLIS: A GEM type putter with a dot punched shallow face and a rounded back. "Harry Schoop, Putter" in bold block lettering on the back. Circa 1915-20 and looks all original. G-7+ $75
ADD 15 SPALDING, DYSART, FIFE, SCOTLAND: A "Wry Neck Putter" having an alternating hyphen and dot punched face. "Dysart-Fife" and the "Anvil" mark on the back. Original shaft, replaced grip. G-7 $75
ADD 16 SPALDING, USA: "Thistle" in large letters between two large "Thistles". Nearly MINT NEW. G-9 $75
ADD 17 SPALDING, USA: "F W A" are the only markings on this Willie Park style bent neck Putter most likely made by Spalding circa 1900. Grip is a replacement. G-7. $95.00
ADD 18 UNDERHILL, NEW YORK: "Underhill, New York" on a broad sole flanged back Putter similar to the Burke #69, Appears all original with a slightly warped shaft. G-6 $75
ADD 19 UNKNOWN MAKER: "1932" stamped on the toe of an otherwise unmarked two way blade Putter with five deep lines in the center of both sides. Most likely used for Putt-Putt or miniature golf. G-7 $75
ADD 20 WILSON, THOMAS E, CHICAGO, IL: "Johnny Farrell Matched Models D-1001" on a circa 1930 blade Putter. G-7 $60
ADD 21 WILSON, THOMAS E, CHICAGO, IL: A nice "Model Six, Plus Success" flanged back Putter with an interesting bordered square punched face. "Putter" in block letters on the wide sole. G-7 $65.
ADD 22 DUNN, WILLIE, NEW YORK: A circa 1900 smooth face brass blade Putter with "Colonial" in fancy scrolling on the back. Shaft is stamped "213". Grip is a period type replacement. Nicer than it sounds. G-6 $95.
ADD 23 SLAZENGER, LONDON: A compact head, short hosel circa 1890-95 brass blade Putter. Top of blade and hosel join are square indicating a pre-1895 forging. "Slazenger, London" in small block letters. ASH shaft looks original with a replacement wrapped leather grip. G-6 $135
AMP 1 BRAZER & CO., LOWELL, MASS.: Goose neck smooth face Putter circa 1900 with "Braser & Co., Lowell" on the back. original shaft with replacement wrapped leather grip. G-6+ $85
AMP 2 BURKE MFG CO, NEWARK, OH: A wide sole flanged back Putter circa 1920's with an interesting bordered lined face. Same as Burke's #69 Putter, but unmarked. All original. G-7+ $120
AMP 3 BURKE MFG CO, NEWARK, OH: A Mint New never used "Columbia Special" slightly off set hosel hyphen face blade. Burke's "R
AMPant Lion" mark at the toe and the "Crown" is at the heel. G-9.75+ $125.
AMP 4 BUTCHART, C, RYE, NY: "C Butchart" on the tiny head of a RUT Putter. The head is very small. G-7 $150
AMP 5 HAGEN, WALTER, DETROIT: A Mint New never used "Hagen Getaway Putter" with the original "Walter Hagen" paper grip cover over the grip! Some minor rust spots on the chrome head. G-9+ $225
AMP 6 HILLERICH & BRADSBY, LOUISVILLE, KY: A flanged back "Lo-Skore" Putter with "Lo-Skore" sweet spot. G-7 $65
AMP 7 HILLERICH & BRADSBY, LOUISVILLE, KY: A nice "Invincible" blade Putter with a Dot-Ball face. This circa 1915 scarcity by Hillerich & Bradsby is all original and a nice example. G-7 $85
AMP 8 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: A circa 1900 smooth face "Emoried" sweet spot straight blade with a rounded back. The "Double Circle" mark is nearly emoried away. Shaft is marked below a 1920's leather grip. G-4 $65.00
AMP 9 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: A nice all original "Peerless Nokorode 10-X Putter". Outstanding. G-8 $70
AMP 10 REACH, A J, PHILADELPHIA: "Eagle Grade" and a large spread winged Eagle on the toe of a circa 1925 blade Putter. Face is interestingly scored with square punches and lines. All original. G-7 $75
AMP 11 ROBERTSON, D, PITTSBURGH: An outstanding circa 1915 BALL dot face blade Putter made by Spalding for "D Robertson, Pittsburgh". Robertson was professional at six different Pittsburgh area courses from 1905 to 1919. He was at Allegheny CC during 1913 about the same time this putter was made. G-7+ $65
AMP 12 SHOVERLING, DALE & GALES, NEW YORK: A circa pre-1900 short hosel straight blade Putter having the scarce rectangular stamp with "Shoverling Dale & Gales, New York" inside. Original looking shaft with fat, built-up grip. A seldom offered early American collectible. G-5+ $110.00
AMP 13 SPALDING, USA: Circa 1898-1902 "The Spalding" smooth face blade with warped original shaft. G-4+ $45.
AMP 14 SPALDING, USA: A nice "Pat. Applied For" long hosel "Kro-Flite 'R F'" Putter. A good playable putter. G-7 $70
AMP 15 SPALDING, USA: A "Spalding Kro-Flite" Putter with four deep scoring lines on the bottom of the face. "F-10" and "Pat'd. 1-3-22 Putter" on the sole. "Ray Ottman" in script. All original. G-7+ PHOTO $75.
AMP 16 SPALDING, USA: An outstanding "Spalding Gold Medal #1" dot faced off set hosel blade. All original with a marked shaft. A nice circa 1910-15 American made putter. G-8 $75
AMP 17 SPALDING, USA: Circa 1911-1914 "Spalding Gold Medal 8" flanged back putter with an interesting bordered hyphen face scoring. All original with a stamped "Gold Medal" shaft. G-8 $90
AMP 18 SPALDING, USA: A "MORRISTOWN" brass putter circa 1900 with a compact head and smooth face. Shaft and wrapped leather grip are period replacements. G-6 $95
AMP 19 SPALDING, USA: "The Spalding" on head and shaft of a circa 1898-1900 severely bent neck Park style off set blade Putter. Grip is a period type replacement. Shaft is a little short as made. Many players used a wide stance while bending over much more than we modern players and requested shorter shafts. G-6 $135
AMP 20 SPALDING, USA: A Mint New never used circa 1912-13 off set hosel Putter (as pictured P-136 of my book). "S 6 Monel Metal" and the "Ball with Wings" mark at the toe and Spalding's "Baseball Trademark" are on the back. "A G Spalding & Bros." is on the shaft. An exquisite collectible worthy of the finest collection! G-9.9+. $600.
AMP 21 UNKNOWN MAKER: Photo tells all. No markings on head or shaft. Face design on both sides. Shaft and grip are one piece wood and painted black. Probably a carpet game or parlor putter. G-5 $75
AMP 22 UNKNOWN MAKER: A nice crescent shaped head Putter with "Special Putter, B V" (Brown-Vardon) and "Waranted Hand Forged" on the head. Dots in a Pyramid pattern on the shallow face. Original shaft is oval where it enters the oval steel hosel. Grip is a replacement. Scarce! G-7. $145
AMP 23 WILLIAMS, J H & CO: "Metropolitan" in block letters on back of a circa 1900 smooth face straight blade Putter. "Diamond W" maker's mark of the Williams Co, Brooklyn, NY stamped into the hosel. Replacement leather grip over the original shaft. VERY SCARCE! G-6 $150.00
AMP 24 WILSON, THOMAS E, CHICAGO, IL: A wood shafted circa 1940's blade stamped "Wilson Perfect Balance Putter" having a brass dot punched face. Shaft is a replacement. G-5 $50.00
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