Archived 6/30/2000 (Contents listed for informational purposes) -- Catalogue #126!!
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PUTTERS MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN
126 1 BRITISH GOLF CO, LONDON: A scarce and seldom offered smooth face off set blade Putter circa 1900-1905 stamped "British Golf Co., London". Shaft is a replacement. G-5 $75
126 2 CRAIGIE, J & W, MONTROSE, SCOTLAND: A flanged back "Hand Forged Dandy" Putter circa 1915-20. "J & W Craigie, Montrose" and their "rifle" mark on the back. Hosel and shaft are oval shaped. A nice unusual putter. G-7 $190.
126 3 DAY, ARTHUR, SCARBOROUGH: An unusual off set, step down hosel Putter circa 1920 that looks more like an early Cleek. "A Day, Scarborough" on the back. G-7 $160.
126 4 GOURLAY, JAMES, CARNOUSTIE, SCOTLAND: "Crescent & Star" mark at the toe and "J Gourlay, Carnoustie" on a circa 1915 goose neck blade Putter. Looks all original. G-6 $70
126 5 GRAY & SONS, CAMBRIDGE: A circa 1895 straight steel blade Putter with a thick hosel. "Gray & Sons, Cambridge" on the head and the exotic Greenheart shaft. G-6 $95
126 6 HALLEY & CO., JAMES B, LONDON, ENGLAND: Halley's "Shell" mark at the toe of a circa 1925-30 "Long Tom Putter". The face has dots on the lower 2/3rds with the top 1/3rd smooth and beveled back. Unusual. G-8 $140.
126 7 JAQUES, J & SONS, LONDON: An all original circa 1900 straight blade steel Putter with "J Jaques & Sons, London" on the back. Very scarce and seldom offered. G-7 $95
126 8 PARK, WILLIE, MUSSELBURGH, SCOTLAND: A Bent Neck Putter with dot punches added to the original smooth face. Markings nearly "emoried" from the back. "Wm Park" stamped into the original shaft below the replacement grip over original listing. G-4 $135.
126 9 PATRICK, DAVID: "David Patrick Maker" in a double oval on an off set dot punched blade putter circa 1915. Owner's initials "G J H" stamped at toe. A nice all original putter. G-7+ $75
126 10 SPALDING, DYSART, FIFE, SCOTLAND A nice "Wry Neck Putter" with Spalding's "Hammer" mark. The face has diamond-dot scoring. Nearly outstanding. G-8 $85.
126 11 UNKNOWN MAKER: "Warranted Scotchmade" on a circa 1925 Gem "Olympic Putter". Replaced grip on slightly warped original shaft. G-5 $90.00
ALUMINUM "MILLS" TYPE MALLET PUTTERS
126 12 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: A very scarce aluminum head mallet stamped "Macgregor 3 1/2" on top. The smallish head looks like a Mills. There are four circular lead weights...as made...in the back. G-6+ $190
126 13 STANDARD GOLF CO, SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND: An outstanding "Braid-Mills Model" with a sound hosel All markings are bold. G-8 $120
126 14 STANDARD GOLF CO, SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND: "Vardon 'S S' Model" stamped on the sole of a Medium lie aluminum mallet. Two minor hairline hosel cracks undoubtedly the result of the reshafting by Forgan. G-7 $135
126 15 STANDARD GOLF CO, SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND: "TAFT" in large block lettering near the toe of an outstanding circa 1915-20 "The New Mills Ray Model" with a Medium lie. The hosel is sound and all head stampings are deep and bold. Grip is a nice leather play grip. President Taft is known to have used an aluminum mallet putter. The stamped "TAFT" letters appear to be as old as the putter. G-8 $150
126 16 WINTON, W & CO, LT'D, MONTROSE, SCOTLAND: A "Winton Flat Lie #4" Mills type aluminum head. The hosel is sound. G-7 $135
PUTTERS MADE IN AMERICA
126 17 JOHNSON, AL, CO, BOSTON: An unusual circa 1910-15 square toe, rectangular head Putter with "A L Johnson, Co., Boston" on the rounded back. The ash shaft is a replacement. G-7+ $250
126 18 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: A nice all original "Peerless Nokorode 10-X Putter". Outstanding. G-8 $70
126 19 SPALDING, USA: Circa 1898-1902 "The Spalding" smooth face blade with warped original shaft. G-4+ $45.
126 20 SPALDING, USA: A nice "Pat. Applied For" long hosel "Kro-Flite 'R F'" Putter. A good playable putter. G-7 $70
126 21 SPALDING, USA: A virtually mint new "Thistle" blade putter. G-9 $75
126 22 WILSON, THOMAS E, CHICAGO, IL: "Ted Ray Seventy-two" blade putter. G-6 $42.
126 23 WILSON, THOMAS E, CHICAGO, IL: "Harry Vardon Seventy-two" blade putter circa late 1920's. G-7 $60
126 24 WRIGHT & DITSON, BOSTON, MA: "Wright & Ditson" in script above "Hand Forged" on a circa 1903-05 Calamity Jane style smooth face bent neck blade putter. Original shaft stamped below a tattered and repaired original sheep skin grip. This early W & D putter is seldom offered with all original components. G-6 $95
BRASS HEAD PUTTERS
126 25 ANDERSON OF ANSTRUTHER, SCOTLAND: A compact smooth face straight blade with the large "A of A" double circle mark and "G Forrester, Earlsferry, Elie" boldly stamped on the back. Shaft has a whipping covered repair. G-6 $85
126 26 BURKE MFG CO, NEWARK, OH: "Lady Burke" on a circa 1920's "G 2" Brass flanged back Putter with a line scored face. G-6 $60
126 27 HUNTER, HARRY, DEAL: A circa 1895-1900 brass head straight blade Putter with "Harry Hunter, Deal" in an oval near the toe. Replacement shaft is of exotic Dangawood. Grip is a 20's wrapped leather. G-6 $145
126 28 SPALDING, DYSART, FIFE, SCOTLAND A large "L" at the toe and "Crescent" in an oval on a circa 1900-1905 smooth face diamond back blade with a replacement shaft. G-6 $85
126 29 SPALDING, USA: A "MORRISTOWN" smooth face brass putter circa 1900. Shaft and wrapped leather grip are replacements. G-5 $70
126 30 UNKNOWN MAKER: "Center Balance Warranted Gun Metal" on a small head circa 1900 brass blade Putter. The replacement shaft is marked "Putter" and has a circa 1900 russet grip. G-6 $100
IRONS MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN
126 31 ANDERSON, ANDERSON, ANDERSON, LONDON: The Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, London massive "Lion and Globe" mark is rarely found full; this one, on a Mashie-Niblick, is struck up at the perimeters and not in the centers. The original shaft was shortened. G-5 $165.
126 32 ANDERSON, JAMES, ANSTRUTHER, SCOTLAND: "Anderson of Anstruther" with the tiny circle mark on a circa 1900 Cleek with an "Emoried" sweet spot. Original looking shaft with a replacement grip. G-6 $135
126 33 ANDERSON, JAMES, ANSTRUTHER, SCOTLAND: An early James Anderson General Purpose Iron circa 1870, the large head having a hooked face and thick hosel. The top of blade and hosel join are squared off indicative of early hand forgings. The hosel had long jagged saw tooth nicking which was trimmed when the shaft, bearing Forgan's stamp, was replaced. Anderson's tiny mark is faintly identifyable on the back. A nice example of Jamie's early forgings. G-6 $650
126 34 ANDERSON OF ANSTRUTHER, SCOTLAND: A RARE "LION and GLOBE" smooth face Lofting Iron with about 75% of the large mark fully struck. "Anderson Anstruther" small "Circular" mark is at the toe. G-6 $250
126 35 CANN & TAYLOR, LONDON, ENGLAND: Circa 1905-10 smooth face mashie with an unusual hosel nicking pattern. Probably made by "J H Taylor". Back of club "emoried" smooth. Replaced grip. $75
126 36 CLARK, J & D, MUSSELBURGH, SCOTLAND: A circa 1890-1895 smooth face Iron with "J & D Clark, Musselburgh" faintly readable on the back. Shaft and grip are replacements. G-4 $85.
126 37 CLARK, W D: A circa 1900-1905 Lofting Iron with a smooth face. The head stamped "W D Clark". G-7+ $70
126 38 CONDIE, ROBERT, ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND: Condie's "Flower" mark on a circa 1898-1900 compact blade smooth face Cleek stamped "G Brews, Blackheath". Shaft and grip are period replacements. G-6 $145
126 39 CRAIGIE, J & W, MONTROSE, SCOTLAND: "Craigie, Montrose" on back of a circa 1920 ladies "Driving Iron" with a lined face. Replaced grip on an original looking shaft. Very scarce without the "rifle" maker's mark. G-5 $75.00
126 40 DONALDSON, T, GLASGOW: A rustless #1 Iron circa 1925 with dot punched face. G-7 $85
126 41 FORGAN, ROBERT, ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND: "Meteor Rustless Mid-iron" at the toe below the "Flag-in-Hole" mark. G-7 $60
126 42 FORGAN, ROBERT, ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND: Circa 1905 with the "Crown" on a "diamond back" iron. All original with shaft repair. G-6 $70.00
126 43 FORGAN, ROBERT, ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND: A circa Pre-1901 ladies smooth face Cleek with the "Plume" mark. Marked original shaft; original grip is a bit tattered. Head exhibits some old pitting from rust. G-4 $85.00
126 44 FORGAN, ROBERT, ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND: Circa 1895 smooth face General Purpose Iron with "R Forgan & Sons, St. Andrews" above Charles Brand's tiny "Thistle" mark. Replacement shaft and grip look original. G-6 $175.
126 45 FORGAN, ROBERT, ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND: A nice circa 1880 short face Cleek, the head and shaft stamped "R Forgan & Sons, St Andrews". The hosel is 4 1/2 inches long with saw tooth nicking and has a "Squared Off" top of blade and hosel join indicative of pre-1890 forging. Grip is an old original looking sheep skin. $290.
126 46 GIBSON, CHARLES, WESTWARD HO!, ENGLAND: A "Special Sammy" circa pre-1913 with Frank Johnson's "Key" mark and "C Gibson" (Westward Ho!) on the back. "Special Sammy" is deep and bold at the toe. G-6 $90
126 47 GIBSON, WILLIAM, KINGHORN, SCOTLAND: A small oval head Niblick circa 1910 with diamond-dot face scoring. Gibson's "Star" mark at the toe. Grip and shaft look original. Gibson's stamp has been emoried away. G-5 $75
126 48 GIBSON, WILLIAM, KINGHORN, SCOTLAND: Circa 1920's Mid-iron with a bordered hyphen face, flanged back stamped "Maxwell Mid-iron" with 12 wrap around "Maxwell" holes drilled into the hosel. G-6 $85
126 49 GIBSON, WILLIAM, KINGHORN, SCOTLAND: "Wm Gibson & Co., Ltd, Kinghorn, Scotland" stamped on the back of an outstanding circa 1910-15 dot punched face "Deep Face Mashie". G-8 $95
126 50 GIBSON, WILLIAM, KINGHORN, SCOTLAND: A "Maxwell Niblick" with a flanged sole and 12 holes drilled in groups of three vertically into the hosel. Shaft is a replacement. This will make a very playable sand iron with the flanged sole as well as an unusual collectible. G-7 $125
126 51 HENDRY & BISHOP, LT'D, EDINBURGH & LEITH: A large head "Spade Niblick" nearly measuring "Giant" niblick size. G-7 $150
126 52 LUNN & CO., LONDON" A circa 1895 Cleek stamped "The Balfour" with "Lunn & Co." above and "London" below. Shaft looks like Lemonwood and the grip is an old sheep skin. Georgiady lists a "Balfour" and a short hosel. This has BOTH "Balfour" and a short hosel. Stampings are deep and bold. A very nice and very scarce example. G-7+ $175
126 53 NEILSON, R, MUSSELBURGH, SCOTLAND: "R Neilson, Musselburgh" on the back of a circa 1915 "Iron" with a line scored . Shaft and grip are replacements. G-5 $65.00
126 54 NICOLL, GEORGE, LEVEN, SCOTLAND: 'D. Adams, Glasgow" on head and shaft of a circa 1910-1915 deep face "Mashie" with an early Nicoll "Hand" mark. Grip is a replacement. G-6 $65
126 55 NICOLL, GEORGE, LEVEN, SCOTLAND: A large head line scored "Zenith Niblick" with an off set hosel. All original. G-7 $65
126 56 NICOLL, GEORGE, LEVEN, SCOTLAND: "Zenith Mashie Iron" below the "Hand" mark on a hyphen face club with replaced shaft. G-6 $70.00
126 57 NICOLL, GEORGE, LEVEN, SCOTLAND: A large faced "9 Recorder Niblick" with a dot face. Playable. G-7 $75
126 58 OKE, W G, LONDON, ENGLAND: "W G Oke, Fulwell, G C" and the "Oak Brand Registered" mark on an outstanding circa 1920-25 "Deep Face Mashie". Replacement grip on the original shaft. G-7 $75.00
126 59 PARK, WILLIE, MUSSELBURGH, SCOTLAND: A circa 1895-1900 "W Park's Patent Driving Cleek". The stamping is in tiny letters and several have been "emoried" away. Replacement shaft is stamped "F B Drake, Harrow G C". A scarce club. G-4 $190
126 60 PARK, WILLIE, MUSSELBURGH, SCOTLAND: "Park's Patented Driving Cleek" stamped on the rounded back of a circa 1890's scarcity. Shaft is marked "J A Steer". G-5 $275
126 61 PATRICK, ALEX, LEVEN, FIFE, SCOTLAND: "A Patrick, Leven" on a "Diamond" back "Mid-iron" with the seldom seen circa 1920's "Spur" maker's mark at the heel. Replaced shaft. G-6 $75.00
126 62 PAXTON, PETER, EASTBOURNE: P Paxton, West Norwood" on back of a circa 1894 General Purpose Iron with a squared off top of blade and hosel join. According to Georgiady, Paxton was at West Norwood only during 1894. Shaft is an original with a period type replacement grip. G-5 $250
126 63 PAXTON, PETER, TOOTING BEC: "P Paxton, Tooting Bec" boldly stamped below a tiny Rampant Lion on back of a circa late 19th Century smooth face Lofting Iron with a thick saw tooth nicked hosel. The grip is a wrapped leather replacement over the original shaft. A nice example. G-7 $350
126 64 RAMSBOTTOM, MANCHESTER: A circa 1895 ladies smooth face Cleek stamped "Ramsbottom, Manchester". Shaft and grip have been replaced. Very scarce and seldom offered maker. G-5 $225
126 65 ROLLINS & PARKER, REDDICH, ENGLAND: A circa 1915 oval head "Mashie-niblick" stamped "P. Ellis Special" and with the "Eye" mark at the toe. All original with the head a little rusted. G-6 $65.00
126 66 SAYERS, BEN, NORTH BERWICK: Circa 1915 deep face dot punched "Dunedin Mashie Iron" with "Ben Sayers" in script on the back. Replacement grip on the original shaft. G-6 $75
126 67 SPALDING, DYSART, FIFE, SCOTLAND A "Rustless Mashie" stamped "James McDowall, Maker, Turnberry" Spalding's "Anvil" mark is at the heel. A patented Whitcombe all weather grip on the orig shaft. G-8 $75
126 68 ST ANDREW GOLF CO, DUNFIRMLINE & GLASGOW: A scarce "Hawkins Never Rust Mashie" with the "Running Stag" mark on a flanged back scarcity. The seldom seen "The St Andrew Golf Co. Lt'd" double circle mark is also on the back. The reshafting was not well done. An interesting display club. G-6 $65
126 69 ST ANDREW GOLF CO, DUNFIRMLINE & GLASGOW: A "Special Rustless Niblick" with a large line scored head. "48" and the "Running Stag" marks are at the toe. Shaft is original with a replacement wrapped leather grip. G-7 $75
126 70 STEWART, J, BLACKPOOL, ENGLAND: A "Glory Mashie Niblick" with a diamond back design most likely made by David Anderson & Sons. Nicely reshafted and having a Whitcombe patented all weather grip. G-6 $80
126 71 STEWART, TOM, ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND: Circa 1905-1910 smooth face "Special Mashie Niblick" imported and stamped by "A L Johnson, Boston". Hosel has 1/4 inch long nicking. Looks all original. G-7 $70.00
126 72 STEWART, TOM, ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND: A circa late Teens dot faced "Mashie" stamped "J C White, Troon" G-7 $70
126 73 UNKNOWN MAKER: A "Castle" mark with a "Flag" on a circa 1915 dot face, rounded head Niblick. G-7 $75
126 74 UNKNOWN MAKER: Circa 1895-1900 smooth face Iron with all markings emoried away by caddies. Replacement grip over the original looking shaft. These are difficult to locate in nice condition. G-6 $125
126 75 UNKNOWN MAKER: A circa 1890-1900 smooth face, saw tooth nicked hosel Cleek with all back stampings emoried away. The ASH shaft has a replacement period type grip. G-5 $125
126 76 UNKNOWN MAKER: "Scotsman" in small block letters on the back of a circa 1890-1895 smooth face Iron. On the shaft, just below the grip, "Iron" has been stamped in tiny letters. G-6 $145
126 77 UNKNOWN MAKER: A circa 1895 smooth face Iron with a ONE PIECE sewn grip similar to the Bussey Grip. The club is 41 inches long and all back markings have been emoried away. G-6 $150.
126 78 UNKNOWN MAKER: A nice circa 1890-1895 Lofter stamped "Scotsman" in small block letters on the back. The Hickory shaft is very thin and has an interesting "spindle" shape where it enters the hosel. Shaft has either been shortened or originally made for a lady. Quite scarce and not listed in Georgiady's 1998 Value Guide. G-7 $195
126 79 UNKNOWN MAKER: A circa 1880-1885 Cleek with an emoried sweet spot and made in the "Carrick" style. Period shaft with a period grip. G-5 $290
126 80 UNKNOWN MAKER: Circa 1875 BLACKSMITH made General Purpose Iron with forging seams visible in the hosel and back of the hooked, dish faced head. The top of blade and hosel join are squared off indicative of early hand forgings. The hosel is thick at the top and has long jagged saw tooth nicking which was trimmed when the shaft was replaced. G-6 $650
126 81 VALENTINE, W, MONTROSE, SCOTLAND: A circa 1890's Cleek with "W Valentine, Montrose" deeply struck on the back. This iron has a "Squared Off" top of blade and hosel join indicative of pre-1895 forging. Early replacement shaft stamped "Winton, Montrose". Head and stampings are G-8+, overall G-6. $250
IRONS MADE IN AMERICA
126 82 BUHRKE MFG CO, CHICAGO, IL: "Classic" with "8 Niblick" on the sole and the "Brass Plug" in the face for a "Sweet Spot". Shaft appears to be a period replacement.. Very scarce! G-7 $90
126 83 BUHRKE MFG CO, CHICAGO, IL: "Classic Mashie Iron" with "3" on the sole and the "Brass Plug" in the face for a "Sweet Spot". Shaft and grip, with aluminum end cap, are original. Very scarce! G-8 $95
126 84 BURKE MFG CO, NEWARK, OH: "HSB & C Co., Rev-O-Noc" on back of a circa 1915 #36 mashie. The interesting face has 4 lines of heavy dot punches alternating with 5 lines of dashes. G-7+ $70.00
126 85 BURKE MFG CO, NEWARK, OH: A "Regal Mid-iron" interesting face markings. Three lines are in the center with three rows of dot punches above and below. All original. G-7 $70.00
126 86 BURKE MFG CO, NEWARK, OH: An outstanding "Monel Metal Champion Cleek" also stamped "Ted Ray, Oxhey G C, England". The face has alternating line and hyphen scoring. G-8+ $75
126 87 FLOOD, VAL, ARDSLEY ON HUDSON, NEW YORK: A nice dot punched face "Jigger" circa 1910. Clubs made by Flood are quite scarce. G-7 $95.
126 88 HILLERICH & BRADSBY, LOUISVILLE, KY: Circa 1912-1915 rounded toe smooth face "Invincible Mid Iron". Shaft and grip appear original. $70
126 89 HILLERICH & BRADSBY, LOUISVILLE, KY: A "Kork Grip" patented "Mid-iron" with a "stag-dot" face. G-7 $75
126 90 HILLERICH & BRADSBY, LOUISVILLE, KY: An outstanding "Kork Grip" patented "Mashie" with a line scored face. G-8. $85
126 91 KIRK, WM, "Wm Kirk, Special" on a circa 1900-05 smooth face Lofting Iron that has the appearance of a Willie Dunn, New York made head. Shaft is a nice replacement. G-6 $90.00
126 92 KROYDON, NEWARK, NJ: Ball face "45 degree Mashie-Niblick". G-7 $65.00
126 93 KROYDON, NEWARK, NJ: A Kroydon "J 7" Ball face Mid-iron. G-7 $65
126 94 LOVELL ARMS CO., BOSTON: "John P Lovell Arms Co" on a circa 1900 shallow smooth face Cleek. G-6 $150
126 95 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: Circa 1910 "J Macgregor" deep face Mashie with Diamond-Dot face scoring. Shaft is a replacement and not stamped. G-6 $60
126 96 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: Circa 1900 smooth face concentric back weighted Lofting Iron with "J Macgregor, Dayton, O" around a "Double Circle" mark with a Shamrock inside and "Guaranteed Hand Forged" in the double circle. Original shaft stamped "26" has whipping over a repair just above the hosel. Grip is an original. G-6 $95
126 97 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: A Driving-Mashie circa 1900-1905. The original shaft has the large size stamping below the original tattered grip. G-6 $95
126 98 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: A SUPERB "Go-Sum Niblick" circa 1920's with line scored face. Virtually mint new. G-9+ $100.
126 99 NICHOLLS BROTHERS, BOSTON: An outstanding Iron circa 1900 stamped "Nicholls Special" on the concentric back weighted head. "106" on the original shaft below a great looking russet grip. G-8 $125
126 100 PRYDE, R D, NEW HAVEN, CT: A circa 1900-05 smooth face flared toe Cleek similar to the Macgregor "G" series or Bulbus toe clubs. "R D Pryde, New Haven" in an oval on the back. Shaft and grip look original. G-7 $125
126 101 SCHOVERING, DALY & GALES: "Flag-in-Hole" with "Ringer" below on a circa 1925 "Mashie 1" with a dot punched face. Shaft is a replacement. The "Ringer" marking is very scarce. G-7 $85.00
126 102 SPALDING, USA: A scarce #17 "Kro-Flite, Sweet Spot" Pitching iron. G-7 $65
126 103 SPALDING, USA: "Morristown" in block letters on the back and on the shaft of a circa 1900 smooth face Lofting Iron. Shaft has a warp and a replacement grip. Bold head marking. Overall G-5. $70.00
126 104 SPALDING, USA: A nice smooth face "Jigger" circa 1909-12 "Spalding Gold Medal '1'" with the hammer mark at toe and "Jigger" on the sole. Original looking shaft is unmarked. G-7 PHOTO $75.00
126 105 SPALDING, USA: "Spalding Gold Medal 'V'" in block letters on a circa 1908-1910 ladies Lofting Iron with four rows of widely spaced dots added in vertical rows on the smooth face. Original marked shaft with a replacement grip. A very scarce Spalding club. G-7 $85.00
126 106 SPALDING, USA: A circa 1898 shallow head Lofter that looks like a Jigger with "The Spalding" on the head and shaft. An "L" mark has been stamped at the toe. Wrapped leather grip. G-7 $90
126 107 SPALDING, USA: "Harry Vardon" in script on the original shaft of a circa 1900-1903 Cleek. "H Vardon" is almost worn away on the back of Spalding's Vardon series clubs. Grip is a replacement. G-5 $90
126 108 SPALDING, USA: A scarce, all original circa 1915 "Gold Medal 4 Push-iron" with a hyphen bordered face. Stamped shaft. G-7 $90
126 109 SPALDING, USA: A circa 1895-1897 smooth face compact head Lofting Iron stamped "Spalding Special" in block lettering with an "L" at the toe. Shaft is an early replacement. G-6 $90
126 110 SPALDING, USA: Circa 1894-1897 slightly concave smooth face Lofting Iron with "Spalding Special" in block letters nearly "Emoried" away by caddies. Replaced shaft marked "W Tucker NY". G-5+ $95
126 111 SPALDING, USA: A very scarce "A G Spalding & Bros., Model B" circa 1899-1902 ladies deep face, smooth face Mid-iron with "L" at toe. The very tiny lettering is unusually BOLD and LEGIBLE! See "Cooper" p-11. Shaft and grip are nice replacements. G-7 $95
126 112 SPALDING, USA: An outstanding BALL FACE Monel Metal Niblick made only in 1912-1913 with the "Ball with Wings" mark. All original and a dramatic display club. G-8 $145
126 113 SPRAGUE, G S, BOSTON: "G S Sprague, Boston, Standard" in a double oval on back of a circa 1905 deep face Mashie in the Taylor style. The line face scoring is only in the center of the face. G-6+ $85.00
126 114 SYMONS, SAN ANTONIO, TX: A nice "#23 Niblick" with an interesting face scoring of alternating lines and hyphens. "Symons, San Antonio" on the back. Original shaft is warped, can be straightened. G-6 $65.00
126 115 UNKNOWN MAKER: 'WESTERN SPECIAL" on back of a circa 1900 smooth face rounded back with "Jigger" on the sole. G-6 $65
126 116 UNKNOWN MAKER: "Billings" and "5-Mashie" on a "Carruther's" thru hosel shafted dot punched face iron. Shaft has been replaced and the grip is in-period. G-7 $70
126 117 UNKNOWN MAKER: Circa 1915 random dot scored Jigger with centra-ject back weighting. "St George" on back of what appears to be a Spalding made club. All original. G-7 $75
126 118 UNKNOWN MAKER: "The Unicorn" and a "Unicorn" mark circa 1910 smooth face Lofter. Replaced grip. G-5 $90.00
126 119 UNKNOWN MAKER: A SUPERB circa 1905-1910 ladies smooth face "Mashie" stamped "Prestwick, S.V.B., St. Louis" in block letters inside an oval. Original shaft & grip. Virtually Mint New. G-9. PHOTO $90.00
126 120 US GOLF MFG CO, WESTFIELD, MA: A "Thorobred Mid-iron" with a one piece grip with BRAIDED whipping at top and bottom. "U S G Brand" with "Spread winged Eagle". An unusual American collectible. G-6 PHOTO $75.00
126 121 WILSON, THOMAS E, CHICAGO, IL: "Whiz" at the toe of a circa late 1920's "2 Mid-iron". G-6+ $50
126 122 WILSON, THOMAS E, CHICAGO, IL: A diamond back "Wilsonian Mid-Iron" with fancy face scoring. See Photo. G-7 $100
126 123 WILSON, THOMAS E, CHICAGO, IL: A "Walker Cup Spade Mid-iron" with a RAINBOW face design. G-7 $145.
126 124 WRIGHT & DITSON, BOSTON, MA: A scarce "B-8 Sky Iron". All original with four inch chip out of shaft near hosel. G-5. $65.00
126 125 WRIGHT & DITSON, BOSTON, MA: An all original circa 1898-1903 smooth face Lofter marked "Wright & Ditson, Selected" in script and "Hand Forged" in block letters. Nice russet grip and a marked shaft. Stampings on the head are a bit weak due to caddy cleaning. G-6 $75.00
126 126 WRIGHT & DITSON, BOSTON, MA: "Wright & Ditson, Selected" in script on a circa 1900 smooth face Cleek. Original shaft. G-6 $75
126 127 WRIGHT & DITSON, BOSTON, MA: A nice circa 1898-1903 smooth face Lofter marked "Wright & Ditson, Selected" in script and "Hand Forged" in block letters. Nice, very thick wrapped leather grip over the original stamped shaft. G-6+ $85.
126 128 WRIGHT & DITSON, BOSTON, MA: A nice all original "Mid-iron 5" (markings on sole) circa 1915 with the "One Shot" mark and "Wright & Ditson Special, Hammer Forged" on the back. The face is a bordered "Diamond-Dot" design. Shaft is marked. G-7 $90.00
126 129 WRIGHT & DITSON, BOSTON, MA: A nice circa 1898-1903 "Wright & Ditson, Hand Forged" smooth face Cleek with original stamped shaft. The grip is a period type replacement. G-7 $90.00
126 130 HENDRY & BISHOP, LT'D, EDINBURGH & LEITH: An Anti-Shank "Mashie" with heel and toe bulges and hollowed out back. The "Bishop's Hat" mark and "Hendry & Bishop, Edinburgh" in script are on the back. The hosel has a severe "Crook" and the face is lined. Shaft is a replacement. Head is G-7 $145.
SETS OF CLUBS
126 131 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: A nice set of 6 irons & putter. Macgregor Duralites with three stars on the heel. #2, 4, 5, 6, 7 Pitcher, 9 and Putter. All have original stamped shafts and original burgandy grips. G-7-8 $395.
126 132 SPALDING, USA: Matched set of 6 Kro-Flite Sweet Spot irons for "Wright & Ditson" plus a #7 Spalding Kro-Flite Sweet Spot. #'s 1, 3, 4, 19 Pitcher, 19 and "RF" long hosel putter. All are playable. All have original shafts and grips. G-7 $285.
LEFT HANDED CLUBS
126 133 AYRES, F H, LONDON, ENGLAND: "Maltese Cross" mark at the toe of a circa 1920 left handed line scored "Mid-iron". G-7 $55
126 134 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: A left handed "Popular 'S' Mashie" with bold markings and original stamped shaft. G-7+ $50
126 135 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: A "slotted Hosel" patented left handed "Mid-iron". G-5 $75
SPLICED OR SCARED NECK WOODS
126 136 BUTCHART, CUTHBERT, WESTCHESTER, NY: "Butchart Bilt" on the head of a circa 1910-1920 Brassie with a steel face plate held by three screws. Sole has a full brass plate. All original and may be playable. G-7 $175.00
126 137 HOOD, F G, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND: A circa 1900 thick neck, compact head lofted fairway wood with a full brass sole plate. "F G Hood" in block letters on the head. Original shaft with a replacement circa 1920's red all weather grip. Clubs from New Zealand are very seldom offered. G-6 $475
126 138 STODDARD, J A, IRVINE, ENGLAND: "J A Stoddard, Irvine, Maker" in an oval on the crown of a circa 1911-20 spliced neck brassie with a nice head. All original with part of the original splice whippings missing. G-6+ $250.00
126 139 WEST, W, WOODHALL SPA, ENGLAND: A nice Persimmon head Brassie with "W West, Woodhall Spa" on the circa 1920 brown head. Shaft and grip appear original with replacement splice whippings. 6+ $195.
PRETTY FACE WOODS
126 140 FINNIGAN'S, MANCHESTER: A circa 1910-15 Spoon with a black face insert held by five wood pegs. The shaft is OVAL shaped and similar to Forgan's patented "Angle Shaft". G-7 $135
126 141 FORRESTER, JAMES, EARLSFERRY: "James Forrester, Pro, Earlsferry" on a Brassie with a triangular face insert held by six wood pegs. A nice all original wood. G-7+ $125
126 142 MacPHERSON, DUNCAN, MANCHESTER: "D MacPherson" on a left handed Bull Dog rounded sole trouble wood with a black face insert held by six wood pegs. Full curved brass sole plate. Looks playable. G-8 $110.
SOCKET WOODS MADE IN GREAT BRITAIN
126 143 ANDERSON, D & SONS, ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND: A circa 1910 Driver with three wood pegs holding the ram's horn slip. "D Anderson, St. Andrews, Special" is boldly on the head. Grip is a replacement. G-7 $110
126 144 BUTCHART, CUTHBERT: An early thick oval neck socket wood circa 1905 with a Ram's horn slip held by three wood pegs. "C Butchart" in block lettering on the brown Persimmon head. Original shaft is stamped below an old replacement leather grip. A good early socket wood. G-7 $110
126 145 EARL, A, LINCOLN: A nice early socket Driver circa 1905 with a black slip held by three wood pegs and an added screw near the toe. The thick neck indicates a circa 1900-1905 club. G-6 $100
126 146 FORGAN, ROBERT, ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND: A small head Brassie with a ram's horn slip and "R Forgan" on the head above the circa 1901-1908 "Crown" mark. Stamped original shaft. G-7 $110
126 147 FORGAN, ROBERT, ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND: "Spoon" stamped on the sole of a circa 1920's Persimmon head by Forgan. Looks playable. G-7+ $110
126 148 FORGAN, ROBERT, ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND: A nice large head Brassie with a brass half plate. "R Forgan, St. Andrews" above their circa 1901-1908 "Crown" mark. A nice wood. G-7+ $115
126 149 FROSTICK, F, WEYBRIDGE: "F Frostick, St Georges Hills, Weybridge" on a nice two tone head with a ram's horn slip helb by two screws. Stamped shaft with a replacement grip. G-7 $95
126 150 GIBSON, WILLIAM, KINGHORN, SCOTLAND: A NICE GIBSON DRIVER. A large head two tone head Driver. "Gibson's" in script above three stars on both head and shaft. On the sole there is a metal triangle over the Ram's horn slip. Nice display club. G-7 $125
126 151 HOWLETT, F, PUTTNAM, ENGLAND: "F Howlett Special" on a circa 1920 Bull Dog wood. All original. G-6+ PHOTO $135.00
126 152 LARKE, F A, WORCESTERSHIRE, MALVERN: A circa 1920 petite wood head Cleek stamped "F A Larke" in script. G-7 $125.
126 153 MACKENZIE, J: An interesting well lofted trouble wood with a very rounded sole covered with a full brass plate. "J Mackenzie, Ilkley Golf Club" is stamped on the head. All original. G-7 $135.00
126 154 McEWAN, PETER: "Peter McEwan Special" in script in a circa 1925 nice two-tone large head Driver. G-7 $115
126 155 NEILSON, R, MUSSELBURGH: "R Neilson, Musselburgh" on a well lofted Spoon circa 1915-1920 with a large two tone head. Original looking shaft stamped "Auchterlonie, St Andrews". G-7 $125.00
126 156 RANDALL, J, SUNDRIDGE PARK, KENT: "Jack Randall, Grand Slam, Gold Medal, Rgd #545249" on the head of a well lofted Bull Dog trouble wood. Stamped shaft and wrapped black leather grip. G-8 $135
126 157 SIMPSON, ST. ANDREWS: "Simpson, St. Andrews" in a tight small circle on a circa 1905-1910 Brassie with a Ram's horn slip between the face and brass sole plate. Replaced grip over original listings. G-7 $95
126 158 UNKNOWN MAKER: "A Beckley, Lima G C Peru" on crown of pear shaped brassie with a "triangular" brass sole plate. Appears all original. First club I've seen from PERU! G-6 $115
126 159 UNKNOWN MAKER: A Bull-dog wood with full rounded brass sole plate, and a round well lofted (5-6 wood) deep face. The head is stamped "Chas, Warner, Knocke, Belgium". G-7 $145
AMERICAN SOCKET WOODS
126 160 BRINE, W H, BOSTON: Circa 1915 all original Driver with a black slip held by three wood pegs. Large "Brine" mark on the Persimmon head. G-7 $125.00
126 161 BURKE MFG CO, NEWARK, OH: "Carnoustie Brassie" on the head of an all original circa 1920's playable wood. G-7+ $110.
126 162 FRASER, CHICK, LOS ANGELES: A wooden Cleek with a full brass sole plate and the loft of about a #4 wood. The persimmon head is stamped "Chick Fraser". This one may be playable. G-7 $125
126 163 GILHOLM, JOHN, NEW BEDFORD MASS.: A SUPERB Brassie with "J Gilholm Special" on the two tone head. Virtually Mint. G-9+ $145.
126 164 GRESSICK, WM, HAYNES FALLS, NY An outstanding large head left handed Driver with "Wm. Gressick, Dreadnaught" on the head. Black slip is held by three wood pegs. Virtually mint new. G-8+ $145
126 165 HILLERICH & BRADSBY, LOUISVILLE, KY: A nice "Par-X-L" two tone head Driver with "Kork Grip, Pat. Sept. 15, 1914" on the shaft. Head is G-9, however the Kork grip has several voids. G-7 overall. $135
126 166 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: An outstanding circa 1905-1910 Brassie with a full brass sole plate and "J Macgregor, Dayton, O" on the brown head. Original shaft must have been very long or the shaft stamp to high as only "The" is visible below the original looking grip. The club is a normal length of 44 1/2 inches. A nice American collectible. G-8 $110.00
126 167 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: A two-tone head with "O Two Brassie" stamped on the brass sole plate. Looks playable. G-8 $110
126 168 MACGREGOR, DAYTON, OH: "J Macgregor" in block letters with "Bourne & Bond, Louisville, NY" in a circle beneath an all original, marked shaft circa 1910-1915 Driver. G-8 $125.00
126 169 Mc CARTHY, MAURICE, STAMFORD, CT: A SUPERB, virtually MINT two tone small head Driver. G-9 $135
126 170 RAWLINGS SPORTING GOODS, ST LOUIS: A SUPERB circa 1912-1915 small head Brassie with a black slip between the face and full brass sole plate. "Rawlings S G Co" on the head most likely made by Macgregor. G-9 $175.00
126 171 SPALDING, USA: Circa 1915 Brassie stamped "Spalding Medal 2". Full brass sole plate. All original. G-7 $100.
126 172 SPALDING, USA: An outstanding circa 1912-1915 "Gold Medal 5" Brassie with full brass sole plate. Shaft is stamped below the original grip. G-8 $110.00
126 173 SPALDING, USA: "S 13" on the brass sole plate and "A G Spalding & Bros." on the two tone head of a circa 1920 Spoon. All original and looks playable. G-8 $110.
126 174 SPALDING, USA: "Cyril Walker Special" on an outstanding circa 1915 small head Driver with a black slip is held by three wood pegs. All original and playable. G-8 $110.
126 175 SPALDING, USA: An outstanding Driver circa 1915 with a large "1" on the sole and "A G Spalding & Bros., Model M690" in block letters on the head. This model is not listed in "Cooper". "A G Spalding & Bros., Chicopee, Mass." is stamped on the shaft. G-8 $135.00
126 176 UNKNOWN MAKER: An outstanding circa 1920's Driver stamped "Greenbriar Special". Virtually Mint. G-9 $125.
126 177 WILSON, THOMAS E, CHICAGO, IL: An outstanding "Ted Ray Seventy-Two" with "Brassie" on the head. All original. G-8 $110.
126 178 WRIGHT & DITSON, BOSTON, MA: "Victor Special" on a circa 1920's Brassie. Replacement grip on the original shaft. G-6 $95
M 1 MASTERS TICKET Masters Practice round ticket for Tuesday, April 6, 1993. Reduced to issue price. $15.
M 2 MASTERS TICKET Masters Practice round ticket for Monday, April 3, 1995. Reduced to issue price. $16.
M 3 MASTERS TICKET Masters Practice round ticket for Tuesday, April 4, 1995. Reduced to issue price. $16.
M 4 MONEY CLIP A brass money clip with a lady golfer. Looks circa 1950's. $10.
M 5 MONEY CLIP Official "Senior Series Golf Tour" Money Clip for 1995. Not engraved with a player's name, so you can place YOURS there! Very scarce as the Senior Series was cancelled. $45.
M 6 MONEY CLIP Official "Senior Series Golf Tour" Money Clip for 1998. Not engraved with a player's name, so you can place YOURS there! Very scarce as the Senior Series was cancelled. $45.
M 7 MONEY CLIP Official "Nike Tour" Money Clip for 1997. Not engraved with a player's name, so you can place YOURS there! Very scarce as the Nike Tour was changed to the Buy.com Tour. $45.
M 8 WRAPPED DIMPLE BALL Individually wrapped "Penfold Ace" small size ball with a blue wrapper and colorful seal. Circa 1960's mint. G-10 $15.
M 9 WRAPPED DIMPLE BALL: "UNIROYAL PLUS SIX" 162 British size with "Hexagon" cover markings. The ball is in an individual red and black box. G-10 $18
M 10 A BRASS LETTER CLIP: A 5 1/2 inch long brass long nose wood, spring mounted on a wooden base with a brass golf ball. Ideal for your desk to hold letters, notes or just a great conversation piece. $145.
M 11 CAPTIVE GOLF BALL A "Captive Golf Ball" practice device, in the original box. Circa 1930 with a Mesh ball at the end of the teather. Spike & cord in excellent cond, ball in G-2, box G-5. $50.
M 12 CIGARETTE BOX A lucite plastic Cigarette Box for the coffee table. 5 1/4" X 4" with a lady golfer on the lid. Looks circa 1950's. A nice item. $50.
M 13 MEDINAH METAL BAG TAG 1999 PGA, Medinah Bag Tag made of a bronze like metal and is 3 inches in diameter. A beautiful keepsake of Tiger Wood's PGA victory. Only 2 in inventory. $20.
M 14 RYDER CUP BAG TAG 1999 RYDER CUP Leather bag tag with pewter Ryder Cup emblem inset. A great keepsake from the most memorable matches in Ryder Cup history. Sold at The Country Club for $20. Limited supply! $20.
M 15 SEWING KIT Circa 1920's cloth sewing kit with needle & pins and some thread. One inch high Sterling lady golfer affixed to the front. A neat item! $75.
M 16 ST. ANDREWS KEEPSAKE: A St. Andrews Millenium British Open keepsake. An "Old Course" Bag Tag, Logo Golf Ball, Ball Marker and Green Repair Tool all with the St. Andrews emblem. 4 items. If purchased separately IN ST. ANDREWS, your cost would be approximately $13. $12.
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