Lot 30 of 314:
GeeBee Clock Golf game  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$120
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Clock-Golf: The Ideal Lawn Game for the Entire Family
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Publisher:
GeeBee
Date:
[1926?]
Description:

Set consists of twelve figures, one marking flag, hole rim and measuring chain.

Seemingly a GeeBee department store version of this game originally published by A.G. Spalding in 1905.

To play clock-golf, one places the roman numerals clockwise in a circle, the cup is then dug-in away from center. The object of the player is to "hole out" from each successive figure point in order, commencing with One, in the fewest possible strokes. To quote the box, "The Ideal Lawn Game for the Entire Family".

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Condition:
Box well-worn; flag somewhat distressed, all ceramic figures present with cup and chain.
 
Item number:
301648
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