ANTIQUE WOOD SHAFT IRONS




SMITH & MARTIN MAKERS, OAKLAND, CAL. HAND FORGED.

This unusual shaped concave clubhead was covered under a 1905 patent granted to James & David Foulis.  Early West Coast USA connection!   $325
 

SCOTTISH GOLF CLUB MFG CO., EDINBURGH.

In 1895, this company produced the first irons ever made entirely by machinery.  This mashie is stamped with the ownerís name "R.E. Wyatt" on the face and shaft. The hosel has strong nicking.   $185
 

SPALDING TRADE MARK

This mashie has the 2nd mark Spalding used on clubs, their large baseball mark 1893-1896. Grip w/orig. knitted underlisting!       $225
 

A.G. Spalding & Bros, Model C, Patent June 8 '97

The face is inlaid with a wood block held in place by two screws in the back of the head.  Patented in the US in 1897.  Spalding Baseball cleek mark on the back of the head. TCA p. 321  $1175
 

BANNER 50° NIBLICK

Banner was the only iron model to use just vertical scoring lines. TCA p. 238  $335