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    McEwan long nose play club. With light carmel finish, slight spoon to face, three-dowel horn sole, oval lead back weight, old neck whipping, hickory shaft, and russet grip. Impressed into the head is the block printed "McEwan" stamp. This outstanding collectible was probably made in the McEwan shop in Musselburgh, Scotland. The McEwans were considered by many to be the first family of clubmaking in the U.K. Six generations of clubmakers, starting in 1770, produced high quality clubs for over 150 years. Short hairline in face; a few small shallow dents in the sole; a small area of whipping on shaft covering an expert repair, apparently an in-period clean cut, perfect-match circumference, re-affixed shaft. Excellent head shape. Circa 1870. Head 5 3/4" from toe to heel; 1 1/8" face; 44" shaft. Very good +.

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    June, 2004
    19th Saturday
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