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The value of antique golf clubs depends on supply and demand, just like all antique items. There is a significant difference in the value of antique clubs today than there was just ten years ago. The majority of the vintage or antique clubs that you will find at yard sales or on eBay are common golf clubs with very little value. The demand was much higher back then, especially with foreign buyers. The internet has helped bring a flood of antique golf clubs to the market, where the demand has steadily decreased over the last decade. Serious collectors and antique dealers have no interest in common vintage golf clubs. They are only interested in the rare and hard-to-find golf clubs.
Back in the early days of golf history , and even into the 20th century, golf clubs in a set were not identified by number e. There were clubs called mashies and niblicks and mashie-niblicks ; cleeks and jiggers; baffies and spoons, among others. Today, we call such clubs "antique golf clubs" or "historical golf clubs," or obsolete or archaic clubs. Perhaps the better name, though, would be "pre-modern clubs.
I picked these up used and they are beautiful but I don't know anything about them Any ideas?? Matching Serial Numbers. June 2, Sorry, but MacGregor closed up 10 years ago, and with it, so did their records.