Lot 315 of 400:
Nine Tom Stewart wood-shaft clubs  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$480
$400 - $600

Nine customer-named Tom Stewart made wood-shaft irons

Stewart, Tom

St. Andrews

Tom Stewart

Early 20th century

Group of customer named Tom Stewart made wood-shaft irons, including:
  • Smooth-face lofter stamped Slazenger Special. New York.
  • Smooth-face lofter made for and stamped J.E. Taggert, Wilmslow (Scotland).
  • 2 iron stamped Clarkson Bros. special.
  • Lofter made for and faintly stamped Bert Batley, Thorpe Hall.
  • Mid-iron stamped Fiinnigan’s and Tom Auchterlonie, also with shaft stamp Tom Auchterlonie.
  • Dot-face 3 iron with shaft stamp W. R. Stuart, Selected.
  • Mashie made for and stamped George Rochester, Alnmouth.
  • Dot-face Lofter made for and stamped  H.L. Curtis.
  • Mashie made for and stamped Albert Foreman.
Nine clubs.

Lot Amendments

Five shafts with slight bows; 4 shafts with moderate/moderate plus bows; very good.

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