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    Uncommon smooth face track or rut iron manufactured by Carrick in Musselburgh, Scotland. Impressed into the back of the head is the well-known "Carrick" stamp. Carrick and John Gray were two of the earliest makers to stamp their names on the back of their clubs. The head is small, thick and heavy. The hosel and hickory shaft are thick, and the grip is a replacement russet. The nicking has been lost through reshafting and the stamp is worn. Circa 1865. Otherwise the condition is fair to good.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2004
    19th Saturday
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