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|Pair of Silver plated Candlesticks. Manufactured by Walker Hall and stamped plated silver "standard" 26.5cm high. These pieces are extreemely rare, the design reflects how golf was perceived in the 1890's. Note the hand cut gutty ball design of the bowl and the ball at base, the beautifully designed Long Nosed clubs supporting the bowl. This is a sign of elegance and would have graced the table of a family with quality and style.|
The picture shows the original factory where this piece was made.
|Match holder in the design of a "Bramble golf ball". Sheffield silver. This is a rare item in this particular design.Condition excellent apart from small dents to base that do not detract from its overall appearance.||Match holder in the shape of a deep cut Gutty golf ball. One of the very earliest pieces. Chester Silver 1894. Condition excellent.||Rare Silver Spoon. Male golfer in plus fours. Birmingham silver||Rare Silver Spoon. Lady golfer in 1900s outfit. Birmgham Silver Dated 1936|
|SS398 ref:10175. Circa 1895/1900 £420.00||SS380 ref:08120 Dated 1910 £230.00||SS355. ref: 9490 Dated 1894 £185.00||SS199 ref:8620 .1928. £180.00.||SS199A ref:8621 1936 £180.00|
|A Solid silver trophy in the form of a Golf bag and clubs, fitted around the bag. Inscribed Captains prize 1912. Royal Bankok Sports Club. Golf Section.Presented by Mr A.E.Striven. "Won by D. Ross (3)" his h/c.9cm (7.5") H.x 7cm (3") W. Base 6cm (2.3/8ths") H.|
x 11.5cm (4.5") Dia: Hall marked silver of this size is unusual in Golf collecting a rarity. This piece will go to either a silver collector or become the centre piece of a special silver golf collection.
Bankok golf club.Siam.
|A pair of solid silver early Victorian Knife rests. Beautifully designed and quality second to none. Made by Aitkin Brothers silversmiths of sheffield England. Aitkin Brothers were first registered in 1853 in Sheffield. These pieces are extreemely rare and must rate as from the very earliest date that golfing silver fashion pieces were produced. To my knowledge these items have never came to auction but were held and sold through the London Silver trade.||Guildford Golf Medal, engraved won by Colonel F Dorling score of:93-15=78. Cannot establish the metal but it looks and cleans like silver but no assay mark. it is dated 1897. This medal in shape form and detail typifies this period of time when these early golf clubs consisted of members from a some what privilege background as it was far too expensive for the average worker to play golf. The design of this medal is really nice and very rare.||Nice. Very early silver Vesta Case. Engraved with a scene of a golfer addressing the ball with church in background.|
|SS412 REF:111500 £2650.00||SS394 ref:10400 dated 1895 sheffield £650.00||SS416 ref:1292 £245.00 inc:P/P&Insurance worldwide||SS415 ref:12101 £210.00 inc:P&P&Insurance worldwide.|
|Gold spoon with shield atop impressed with golf clubs and inscribed on back G.H.G.C. Excellent condition. Size standard||Silver Spoon. Golf Devil holding bag of clubs with golf ball in his mouth. Hard to find spoon. Birmingham silver. Standard size.||GH Artess. NGWIBI golf club. Zimbabwi.A rare golfing scene for spoons is impressed on bowl of spoon. The head of spoon shows a green enamel and inscription of the winner. I cannot at this point trace the club exactly. The handle of spoon has been bent but can easily be rectified. Birmingham silver||St Mungo golf club. Showing three clubs bound together with a silver band. Glasgow silver||C.C.GC. Silver spoon, handle in the shape of a golf clubwith which is impressed into the bowl. Two golf balls are shown beneath initials. Birminham silver||Silver dessrt spoon. West Middlesex GC. Birmingham silver.||Captains Ceremonial wine tasting silver spoon. Handle in the shape of teo golf clubs and gutty ball. Made by Alan and Darwin. Condition Nr Mint. Size 21cm. Sheffield Silver|
|SS195 ref: 9080 Date1932 £16.00||SS341 ref:8716 1931. £75.00||SS197 ref:8619 1913. £95.00||SS196. ref:8622 1922. £55.00||SS104 ref:8510 1934 £35.00||SS343 ref:8713 1925 £40.00.||SS370 ref:90250 £265|
|SS149 Tooting Bec Medal. This large bronze medal was presented to FW Brown in February, 1905 for winning the monthly medal competition with a score of 80 Gross. Tooting Bec is situated just a few short miles south of the houses of Parliament in London. Many members of this club were in fact Members of Parliament and would travel down by train to play their golf.|| Tooting Bec Medal. This large|
bronze medal was won
by Oscar E.Coles in
December 1894 for
winning the monthly medal
competition with a score of 101-12=89 nett. Tooting Bec is situated just a few short miles south of the houses of Parliament in London. Many members of this club were in fact Members of Parliament and would travel down by train to play their golf. In the early 20th century the course pretty well closed and was moved just a few miles more central to Tooting and played on the furzedown links. And later its members moved on and joined Mitcham golf club that still exists today. These medals are very sort after as they form very much a part of the very early golf played in and around London.
|Solid silver hall marked medal size 5cm.A surrey County Golf Union Amateur Championship Medal.Presented to R.Rutherford in 1931 as runner up. The competition was played over thefamousSunningdalgolfcourse, Situated in Surrey just outside London.||Solid silver hall marked medal size 5cm.A surrey County Golf Union Club Championship Medal.Presented to R.Rutherford in 1937 as winner. The Medal is inscribed. Royal Mid Surreygolf R.Rutherford. 1937 Worplesdon, Situated in Surrey just outside London.This Beautiful course is still just as fine a test of golf today as it was in 1937.||Gold medal won by the famous Tommy Armour. Front of medal inscribed: Valuation department Scotland. The reverse inscribed: The Fyfe Trophy won by Edinburgh City. 1913. (T.D.Armour) condition excellent.|
Tommy armour holds the highest proffessional score ever taken on a single hole. In 1927 at the age of 34 he recarded a score of 23 shots in the "Shawnee Open" it therefore made him say 19 years of age when he won the above medal.
|SS149-ref:91155 1905 £225.00||SS169 ref:94200. 1894 £260.00||SS148. ref:8644 1937 £120.00||SS147. ref:8644 £120||SS292 ref:87223 c1913 £440.00|
|Silver Vesta Case embossed with male golfer in full swing. Size 50x40mm. Shows average wear for a 107 year old case. Birmingham Silver.||Silver cigarette case with golfer and scene in relief. Inscribed on the back: Presented to J.A.Mr R.Colyer by friends on his leaving Elie. June 1909. Birmingham Silver||Vesta case Bright steel. Impressed with clubs, carriers and flag. Dents to front and minor dents to back, typical of an old used vesta case. Lid and spring in good working order. Real genuine piece. ||Aluminum Vesta Case. With golfer in relief(Art Nouveau) to front and plant impression to back. One or two dents (see picture, bottom right). Otherwise in good working order.||Enamelled Vesta Case with male golfer depicted in full swing. 37x27mm. Rare very early piece. Condition Nr perfect.Birmingham.|
|SS177 ref:86220 c1900 £385.00||SS328 SS328 1906 £580.00||SS372 ref:9177 c1920.£185.00||SS346 ref:8860 c1900 £115.00||SS175 ref:86401 1895 £620.00|
|Circular Vesta Case with golfing scene to the front and initials E.J. to the back. All in perfect working order. The very slightest mark to rim at back. Otherwise in Nr mint condition. Birmingham Silver||White metal Vesta Case with inset enamell figure of a golfer. Ins: on back Oban G.C. Won by J. Symington. 1897. Lid has some wear and is loosly fitting although in good working order, there are a few dents and general wear and tear on this very old used case. A good buy and ideal for display. Size 5-1/2x4cm.||Brass Vesta case with hinged, sprung lid depicting a American caddy boy in relief. Condition very good for a used 107 year old vesta. Size 2-1/2"x2"||Vesta Case with enamelled male golfer addressing the ball. Silver plated. Beautiful condition for its age. A real gentlemans vesta.||Set of six knives in original presentation box, stamped Sheffield made. The handles are shaped in the design of wooden golf club heads. The detail of four screws holding on sole plate can be visible seen in picture.The maufacturers name and silver assay mark are stamped on both the blade and the handle of every piece. This item is tuly in superb condition only the presentation box has slight signs of wear and ageing.|
|SS138 ref:85350 1908 £570.00||SS153 ref:86145 c1897 £298.00||SS127 ref:8575 c1900 £145.00||SS176 ref:86200 c1898 £385.00||SS246.ref:86451 1910. £860.00|
|Silver Hat Pin in the shape of wooden playclub with golf ball attached. Nr mint condition. Birmingham silver||Silver Hat pin with clubhouse and golfer scene to base. (very rare pin). Apart from slight indent to face (which is exagerated by my enlarged picture) this pin is in Nr Mint condition. It is marked sterling to back. Sterling Silver||Large Silver Hat Pin in the shape of a transitional play club. Nr Mint condition. Birmingham Silver.||Beautiful Amethyst Hat Pin. In the shape of a driver.Nr Mint condition.||Extra large Hat Pin in the shape of a late transitional driver. Nr mint condition.Although this item is not hallmarked it is most certainly Silver. Many small silver items were not hallmarked. Nr mint condition.|
|SS213. ref:8625. 1908 £48.00||SS211 ref:8630 C1910. £120.00||SS214 ref:8630 1907 £55.00||SS212 ref:8635 C1900 £50.00||SS375. ref:8630. C1910 £60.00|
|A most unusual and quite unique Silver hat pin with four semi-precious stones embedded to a scrolled base to replicate the Scottish Thistle. This item is not hallmarked but is Silver., Nr mint condition. Just two small indents to head.||A nice silver hat pin in the shape of a Driving Iron. Near Mint condition Chester Silver.||Silver Hat Pin stand. Generally in really first class condition with the exception of the cushion which has been worn due to use. The design is in the firm of two silver golf clubs serated by a ball with a further ball below. Very Good Condition.. Birmingham Silver||Really nice Hole-in-one Silver Trophy. Presented by Silvertown Co. Engraved at base with . The Compliments of "The Silvertown Co." There is a silver plate attached inscribed: LLANDRINDOD Golf Club. 7th hole(143 yards) IN ONE by Mr T. Woodhall 12-12-30. Nr mint condition. Birmingham Silver||Silver American Caddy Boy brooch.Stamped SILVER. Circa 1920. Nr mint condition.|
|SS376. ref:8631 C1900 £77.50||SS377. ref:8625 1907. £35.00||SS128 ref:85225 1910 £325.00||SS163 ref:86220 1930 £380.00 ||SS242. ref:8635 £75.00|
|Sovereign Case. (Holds 4 Sovereigns).in the form of a Dimple ball. Center panel engraved with crossed golf clubs. mint condition. Full working order. Birmingham Silver.||Hole in one trophy retaining the original ball used. The trophy was in recognition of Mrs E.Gear holing out at the 15th hole, 160 yds at the Muthaiga golf course on the 4-10-1935. The Trophy is in excellent condition with all the details inscribed on a silver plaque affixed to same. Muthaiga golf course is an 18 hole championship course. Originally nine holes were laid out in 1913 the course was then extended to 18 holes in 1926. The course has recently undergone a major reconstruction by Peter Markovitch. Muthaiga golf club is located at the edge of Karura Forest,15 kms from Nairobi city Kenya. . Nr mint condition.||Silver plated ink stand. Made by J.Achison, to the Queen, 60 Princes St, Edinburgh. On the face is inscribed: Presented to Adam Prentice M.A.By his BIBLE CLASS as a mark of Esteem. PRESTONPANS. December 5th 1887. Stamped G.W.S. E.P.N.S.6726.Condition is excellent with both glass inkwells in tact Size19"X24"Wide||Brass stand and gong. Made up of two clubs,two balls and six flags. The gong or striker has a real leather grip. All in all a really nice practical display piece.Typical of the early 19th century. Mishapen crossbars otherwise excellent condition.||Silver golf club with manicure scissor attached. Foreign. it is silver but unstamped. 18cm|
|SS91. ref:85357 1910 £500.00||SS285. ref:85136. £295.00.||SS166ref: 86450 1887£950.00||SS129 ref:85150 c1910 £295.00||SS369. ref:9030 £45.00|
|Leamington and County Golf.Club. Nice condition. Birmingham silver||Silver Spoon Penn G.C. Excellent condition||Blue enamel Silver spoon.inscrbed in bowl T.H.G.C.||Impressed R.G.C. Very intricate design, incorporating golf clubs,Balls etc. Excellent condition.|
Unmarked but is certainly silver. it is not uncommon for early pieces to have no assay mark
|Inscribed Hereford Golf Club. Excellent condition.||Spoon Inscribed on back MLNS 1957 Teanm Championship runners up.Excellent condition.||Golfer in full swing on a Blue enamel background|
Spoon Blue Enamel. Excellent condition
|Golfer in full swing on a Green enamel background|
|Initialled L G D G C excellent condition|
|SS382 ref:094 1964 £14.00||SS383 ref:099 Birmingham 1937 £24.00||SS384 ref: 098 Birmingham Silver 1970 £20.00||SS387 ref:0910 Circa 1910 £27.00||SS 386 ref:097 Birmingham Silver 1927 £24.00||SS391 ref:092 E.P.N.S. 1957 £12.00||SS390 ref:094 E.P.N.S. Circa1950 £16.00||SS389 ref: 094 E.P.N.S. Circa 1950 £16.00||SS388 ref: 093 E.P.N.S.Circa 1930 £15.00|