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The VICTOR mesh patterned replica ball for hickory golf. Approved for play at all classic hickory golf events.
Special Low Prices
whilst stocks last.
£14.55 per 3 ball sleeve
£28.50 for 6 loose
£56.00 for 12 loose
For further details please refer to item X001 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for Hickory Play page.
The RTJ small dimple pattern replica ball for hickory golf.
Approved for play at all classic hickory golf events.
£16.00 per 3 ball sleeve
£31.50 for 6 loose
£60.00 for 12 loose
For further details please refer to item X007 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for Hickory Play page.
The Ouimet mesh pattern replica ball approved for play at all classic hickory golf events.
£16.00 per 3 ball sleeve
£31.50 for 6 loose
£60.00 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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A superb framed print depicting the 'Grand Old Man of Golf’ in the swing. This print was published in 1991 by Tee Mark Ltd, Scotland. The print is from an original photograph taken by James Patrick who was a celebrated photographer during the 1890’s.
Please note that the price does not include postage. If you would like to purchase this item then please contact me either by email or telephone to discuss the best and safest way to send the item to avoid damage as there is a glass front to the frame. I can then obtain postage quotes for you to consider, plus you may wish to include insurance.
Willie Auchterlonie. Open Champion 1893. Signed Limited Edition Print by the famous Scottish artist James McIntosh Patrick b.1907 Dundee. Number 108 from 850. Unframed.
The print is in good condition measuring 25.75” (65cm) x 18.50” (47cm).
An amusing small original signed watercolour painting with pen outlines showing a group of golfers with their caddies either walking to the 1st tee or possibly having played their first shots on the Balgownie Links, otherwise known as Royal Aberdeen Golf Club. The links is a traditional course that will certainly test all golfers who venture out.
The print is in good condition measuring 16.50” (42cm) wide x 11.75” (30cm) tall including the original frame. The actual painting is 9.25” (23cm) x 4.75” (12cm).
A very nice large print showing the famous ‘Postage Stamp’ hole at Royal Troon. Originally painted by Donald M. Shearer who is regarded as one of Scotland’s leading landscape artists, this print is signed by the artist.
Regarded as one of the top holes in the world, the par-3 8th hole ("Postage Stamp") measures a scant 123 yards (112 m), but its diminutive green measures a mere 2,635 square feet (293 sq yd; 245 m2).
A very nice large print showing the demanding 17th hole known as the ‘Rabbit’ at Royal Troon, ranked the most difficult hole on the course. Originally painted by Donald M. Shearer who is regarded as one of Scotland’s leading landscape artists, this print is signed by the artist.
The last and most difficult of the short holes. The tee-shot can be as much as a driver, depending upon the wind. The plateau green falls away sharply on both sides and is well guarded by bunkers, short and on the right and left hand sides. A challenging hole if you have pencil and card in your hand.
An all action limited edition print depicting a full blown bunker shot signed by the artist Victor Spahn. This is number 180 from 250.
This booklet was published by The Golf Unions Joint Advisory Council and was adopted by The English Golf Union, The Scottish Golf Union, The Golfing Union of Ireland and The Welsh Golfing Union.
This revised edition came into operation from 1st January 1933.
A very nice stripe top brassie beautifully restored for a young junior player (7 to 8 year) to his/her skills, or this club will make a really nice display item without taking up too much room. The length is 32” (81cm).
The light brown stained persimmon head is clearly stamped with the makers signature within the stripe band across the centre of the head.
A rare and highly collectable item of golf memorabilia. The North British Rubber Company commissioned the Sylvac Company to produce this pottery (ceramic) Scottie Dog holding one of their dimple golf balls in its mouth to be used to advertise their balls in golf professional’s shops and retail stores.
A rare and beautifully carved pair of book ends depicting a caddie resting on one end and a pencil golf bag holding 3 irons on the other end. This very collectable item of golf memorabilia is in superb condition.
An added feature is the caddies head which is made from brass and turns from side to side as the images show. His cap and body are made from Rose-Wood. The mesh patterned golf ball is ceramic.
A beautiful collection of prints showing the famous Open Golf Champions from 1860 to 1886 to include Tom Morris snr, Tom Morris jnr, Willie Park snr, Jamie Anderson, Andrew Strath, Tom Kidd, Mungo Park, Bob Martin, Bob Ferguson, Willie Fernie, Jack Simpson and David Brown. These prints are supplied in the original presentation box.
Each print is signed by the artist Hugh Taylor in pencil and shows the limited edition number 254/850.
A unique set of four coasters (c.1980) advertising various golf balls as used for play in the hickory golf era.
A very nice fruit bowl designed by the famous golf artist Bill Waugh and produced by Aynsley in England. This is a limited item, No.127 from 2000.
The players shown using sepia transfer printing around the inside of the bowl are Allan Robertson, James Braid, Tom Morris jnr, Bobby Jones, J.H. Taylor and Harry Vardon, with Tom Morris snr covering the centre section.
A rare item of hickory golf attire. This attractive waistcoat has a leather front and a silk type fabric for the rear.
The leather is printed with gentleman golfers wearing different styles of clothing from the hickory era. The makers label shows ‘Bobby Jones’.
Printed on heavy gauge white card the actual print measures 11.75” (30cm) deep x 8.25” (21cm) wide. The overall size is 15.75” (40cm) deep by 12.25” (31cm) wide. See image 2.
Printed on heavy gauge white card, the actual cartoon measures 12" (30cm) deep x 9.25" (23cm) wide. The overall size is 15.75" (40cm) deep x 12.25" (31cm) wide. See image 2.
Printed on heavy gauge white card, the actual size of the cartoon measures 8.25" (21cm) deep x 11.75" (30cm) wide. The overall size is 12.25" (31cm) deep x 15.75" (40cm) wide. See image 2.
Printed on heavy gauge white card, the actual cartoon measures 8.25" (21cm) deep x 11.75" (30cm) wide. The overall size is 12.25" (31cm) deep x 15.75" (40cm) wide. See image 2.
Printed on heavy gauge white card, the actual cartoon measures 8" (20cm) deep x 11" (28cm) wide. The overall size is 12.25" (31cm) deep x 15.75" (40cm) wide. See image 2.
Printed on heavy gauge white card, the actual cartoon measures 10.25" (26cm) deep x 12.75" (32cm) wide. The overall size is 12" (30cm) deep x 15.50" (39cm) wide. See image 2.
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