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lee120275's loves13 of 2431924 Peerless Handcuff Letter to Smith & WessonCased 1/9-Plate Daguerreotype of Unidentified Gentleman. Early 1850s.
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    Posted 5 years ago

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    This was produced for the
    Dunlop circa 1910 advertising golf division. Quite rare such
    Unique for a better term
    It was on bespoke golf images and Interiors
    Ref MEM2341. Love it a lot.

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 5 years ago
      This looks more like a promotional piece than a toy. Pretty cool!
    2. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 5 years ago
      If Howell Campbell owned this toy as a kid then it would date back to the late 1800s, as Howell Campbell Sr. was born in 1883. Men wore spats over their shoes in those days.

      "The Recipe
      The recipe was a joint undertaking by Mr. Howell Campbell, Sr. and Mr. Porter Moore, the original plant supervisor back in 1912."

      How does your friend know Howell Campbell Sr. owned this?
    3. pglenn1970 pglenn1970, 5 years ago
      Good observation. Spatts are old .
      Generally I would say all I knew about it.(golfman)
      But I don't know much.. The head is connected with a originalwire. And turns in all angles or position. Ironically I saw one that was a toy.Can't rememberwho made it. Such there should be a source of makers and even a source
      that shows how vintage it is.
      If ANYONEknows of a website please leave a link
    4. kesmith5910 kesmith5910, 3 years ago
      Is it marked Dunlop?

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