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Rubber-Core Mesh and Gutta-Percha Golf Balls

The VICTOR mesh patterned replica ball for hickory golf. Approved for play at all classic hickory golf events.

Special Low Prices
whilst stocks last.

£13.65 per 3 ball sleeve
£25.95 for 6 loose
£49.95 for 12 loose

For further details please refer to item X001 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for Hickory Play page.

Rubber-Core Mesh and Gutta-Percha Golf Balls

The RTJ small dimple pattern replica ball for hickory golf.

Approved for play at all classic hickory golf events.

£14.95 per 3 ball sleeve
£28.50 for 6 loose
£54.00 for 12 loose

For further details please refer to item X007 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for Hickory Play page.

Rubber-Core Mesh and Gutta-Percha Golf Balls

The Ouimet mesh pattern replica ball approved for play at all classic hickory golf events.

£14.95 per 3 ball sleeve
£28.50 for 6 loose
£54.00 for 12 loose

For further details please refer to item X004 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for Hickory Play page.

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Wm. Gibson (Kinghorn) 41 degree solid rustless large headed 'Kompakta' Patent Mashie Niblick c.1925
Product ID: I001Y

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A superb large headed mashie niblick by this famous club maker. This club is in great condition ready for play.  The swing weight is C8 and the length is 36” (91cm).

The shaft is labelled (Gibson Supra Hickory) with the words ‘Patent Applied For’ shown alongside the label. The stamps to the head are very clear showing the makers name, famous ‘Star’ cleekmark, model name ‘Kompakta’ and Made in Scotland. The sole is also stamped with the No. 6 and Solid Rustless.

Price: 120.00
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T. McRoome 25 degree rustless 2 Iron c.1925
Product ID: I002Z

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An extremely nice rustless 2 iron restored for play. The swing weight is D3 and the length is 38.75” (98cm).

The head is clearly stamped T. McRoome, Iron, Rustless, Warranted Hand Forged with No. 2 stamped to the sole.

Price: 75.00
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Wm. Gibson 26 degree rustless Push Iron c.1925
Product ID: I004T

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This rare and very collectable iron has been fully restored back to play condition. A Push Iron was developed to produce a particular type of shot, i.e. if done properly the shot should produce considerable back spin so the ball will bite when landing on the green. The trajectory is normally low so was often only used when a downwind prevailed. It is a difficult shot to produce so this club was normally only used by the better players. Harry Vardon popularized this shot. If put into a hickory set then this club fits in-between and driving iron and a mid iron. The swing weight is C3 and the length is 38.50” (98cm).

The head has a number of stamp marks including the famous ‘Star’ cleekmark used by William Gibson of Kinghorn, Fife who supplied the club to James Scarth who was the professional-club maker at Bolton G.C. from 1924-28. Under his name another stamp shows R.H. Montmorency who was a famous amateur golfer and presumably allowed his name to be associated with this club. See below for further details. Other stamps show Special Rustless Iron, Made in Scotland and Warranted Hand Forged. The sole is stamped PUSH IRON.

Price: 95.00
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C. Clay (Ranelagh) 45 Fairlie's Anti-Shank Niblick c.1910
Product ID: I007X

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A great example of an early 1900 Fairlies anti-shank niblick restored for play condition or would make a great display club. The swing weight is D6 and the length is 37.50” (95cm).

Charles Clay was the professional & club maker at Ranlagh G.C. south west London from 1901 to 1938. The head is stamped with an arrow pointing towards the toe which probably means that the head was supplied to C. Clay by the famous cleekmaker James Anderson of Anstruther. F. Fairlie produced the first of the two renowned anti-shank designs c.1892 shaping the a club with the hosel in line with the top of the blade allowing the face to be in front of the shaft.

Price: 85.00
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St. Andrews Golf Co.  50 'Dedum' deep grooved Niblick c.1915
Product ID: I010R

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A great club for the collector having been fully restored will make a suitable display item. Deep grooved (rib faced) irons were made illegal due to the amount of back spin that could be achieved when using these irons. The face also took the paint off the ball a lot faster compared to a normal lined face iron. The swing weight is D8 and the length is 36” (91cm).

This club or just the head was originally supplied to C. Weastell who was the professional & club maker at Middlesborough G.C. from 1911-32. His name is stamped within an oval circle to the head. Other marks show the ‘Stag’ cleekmark used by St. Andrews Golf Club, the model name ‘Dedum’, Niblick and Warranted Made in Scotland.

Price: 105.00
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Harry Cawsey 51 strong Niblick c.1915
Product ID: I011K

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For the player who likes a strong powerful niblick then this club may be for you. The swing weight is D9 and the length is 36” (91cm).

Harry Cawsey was the professional & club maker at Seacroft G.C., Skegness from 1909-32.. His name stamp on the head has virtually worn away but is clearly stamped to the shaft just beneath the grip. Other stamps on the head show an arrow pointing towards the toe which means that the head was supplied by James Anderson of Anstruther. Niblick is faintly stamped along the bottom.

Price: 55.00
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T.B. Whitehead (Ilford)  55 large headed Niblick c.1912
Product ID: I013K

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A great iron for the bunker having 55° face loft similar to a modern day Sand Wedge. The swing weight is D3 and the length is 36.50” (93cm) so should suit the taller player.

The head is simply stamped T.B. Whitehead who was the professional & club maker at Ilford G.C., Essex from 1908-14. Niblick is also stamped.

Price: 68.00
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Kroyden Co (USA)  35 degree 4 iron with patented metal ferrule c.1915
Product ID: I020E

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An interesting unusual and rare iron made by Kroydon Co, New Jersey, USA having a metal ornamental ferrule fitted to the top of the shaft to help protect the grip from becoming worn at this point. The owner of the company, Mr Arthur A. Kraeuter was granted a patent for this invention on 13th January 1925 and as the images show the ferrule was stamped accordingly. The swing weight is a light B8 so this iron will suit a gentleman player who has a slow swing and prefers light clubs or would be suitable for a lady player.

Kroydon Co were founded c.1918 and started producing their first clubs in 1919 and they continued production until the 1930’s. Their iron heads were heat treated to harden the metal and they advertised that this helped to reduce the heads from becoming scratched/gouged and the treatment also helped create extra ball distance. They specialized in producing uniform matched sets so this 4 iron will have been part of an M08 series set of irons supplied to W. Rapp (William C. Rapp) who was the professional at Colonie, West Albany, New York during 1917-28.

Price: 68.00
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The 'VICTOR' rubber-core mesh pattern replica ball for hickory play @
Product ID: X001

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The VICTOR rubber-core mesh pattern replica ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a ball as used during the 1920’s era without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience. This is our softest ball at 40 compression. Take advantage of the special low price whilst stocks are available before this ball is replaced by The Ouimet.This mesh pattern was patented by Albert Penfold of the East India Rubber Company in 1912 and became the favourite for many leading professionals into the 1920’s. The most famous model was the Dunlop Maxfli first made in 1919 after Penfold was lured to Dunlop.

For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.

Price: 14.55
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6 x 'VICTOR' rubber-core mesh pattern replica balls for hickory play @
Product ID: X002

Details 

The VICTOR rubber-core mesh pattern replica ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a ball as used during the 1920’s era without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience. This is our softest ball at 40 compression. Take advantage of the special low price whilst stocks are available before this ball is replaced by The Ouimet.This mesh pattern was patented by Albert Penfold of the East India Rubber Company in 1912 and became the favourite for many leading professionals into the 1920’s. The most famous model was the Dunlop Maxfli first made in 1919 after Penfold was lured to Dunlop.

For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.

Price: 28.50
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12 x 'VICTOR' rubber-core mesh pattern replica balls for hickory play @
Product ID: X003

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The VICTOR rubber-core mesh pattern replica ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a ball  as used during the 1920’s era without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience. This our softest ball at 40 compression. Take advantage of the special low price whilst stocks are available before this ball is replaced by The Ouimet.This mesh pattern was patented by Albert Penfold of the East India Rubber Company in 1912 and became the favourite for many leading professionals into the 1920’s. The most famous model was the Dunlop Maxfli first made in 1919 after Penfold was lured to Dunlop.

 For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.

Price: 54.60
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The 'Ouimet' rubber-core mesh pattern replica ball for hickory play@
Product ID: X004

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The Ouimet rubber-core dimple pattern ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a replica of a ball used from around the early 1900’s to 1930 without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience.

The Ouimet mesh pattern ball was originally patented by Albert Penfold of the East India Rubber Company in 1912. This pattern became the favourite for many leading professionals and was used for the famous Dunlop Maxfli when it was introduced in 1919 after Penfold moved to the Dunlop Rubber Company.

For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.

Price: 16.00
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6 x The 'Ouimet' rubber-core mesh pattern replica ball for hickory play @
Product ID: X005

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The Ouimet rubber-core dimple pattern ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a replica of a ball used from around the early 1900’s to 1930 without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience.

The Ouimet mesh pattern ball was originally patented by Albert Penfold of the East India Rubber Company in 1912. This pattern became the favourite for many leading professionals and was used for the famous Dunlop Maxfli when it was introduced in 1919 after Penfold moved to the Dunlop Rubber Company.

For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.

 

Price: 31.50
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The 'RTJ' rubber-core small dimple pattern replica ball for hickory play @
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Product ID: X007

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The RTJ rubber-core small dimple pattern replica ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a ball as used circa 1915 to the early 1930’s without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience.The ‘RTJ’ ball is a replica of the inverted bramble or dimple ball patented by William Taylor in 1908. The inverted round dimples created a longer and higher ball flight and the surface remained cleaner compared to the bramble pattern. Spalding used this dimple pattern for many of their ball lines starting in 1914 when they produced the Spalding Dot.

For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.

Price: 14.75
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6 x The 'RTJ' rubber-core small dimple pattern replica balls for hickory play @
Product ID: X008

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The RTJ rubber-core small dimple pattern replica ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a ball as used circa 1915 to the early 1930's without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience.The ‘RTJ’ ball is a replica of the inverted bramble or dimple ball patented by William Taylor in 1908. The inverted round dimples created a longer and higher ball flight and the surface remained cleaner compared to the bramble pattern. Spalding used this dimple pattern for many of their ball lines starting in 1914 when they produced the Spalding Dot.

For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.
 

Price: 28.50
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The Penfold Man. 'He played a Penfold' c.1933
Product ID: Z027

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A superb early 1930’s original point of sale Penfold Man figure displaying the gap between his legs, the early pipe shape and laces in his shoes. Having been authentically restored this much sought after figure is now in ‘mint’ condition and would make a marvellous addition to a golf enthusiast memorabilia collection or a display model in a club house.

The Penfold Man was produced by The Golf Ball Development Company who manufactured and sold the Penfold golf ball and was used as a point of sale display model in golf professional’s shops and major sports equipment retail stores throughout the United Kingdom from around the mid 1920’s to mid 1940’s.

Price: 995.00
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