Ballantrae Golf Club Scarce Postcards C.1910- 1930s & 50s
Updated: Jun 26, 2022
Ref.612b Ballantrae Golf Links & Golf Club House C.1930-40 Valentine Sepiatype series
No.A 6867 Ballantrae Golf Pavilion C.1930s, published in Valentine Series negative number A 6867 dating 1930s according to Valenines dating system.. The Club was founded in 1877 although it is thought Golf could have been probably played on the Links long before this date. The card is in Nr. Mint unposted condition. A Very Scarce Card.
Ref.2111a Ballantrae Golf Pavilion C.1910-20, no publisher named on this RARE card, just a number, 56397 probably by a local photographer, or possibly a Valentine number. The Club was founded in 1877 although it is thought Golf could have been probably played on the Links long before this date. The card is in Near MINT/MINT unposted condition. The card has a date of 1910 written in pencil on the reverse which was there when I bought it. A Very Scarce Card.
Ref.2672a Cowal Golf Club Pavilion (Kirn) Nr. Dunoon C.1905-10 published by Wm. Richie & Sons Reliable Series, posted in 1911, A Rare early card in Very Good + posted condition. The Club was founded in 1891 & is still functional to this day. Very Good + condition. When you look at the back of this card you might think it has been trimmed at the left hand side because the Name looks Very close to the edge, but the card is exactly the same size as many cards I already have on the Site.
Ref.2684a Painswick Golf Links, Gloucestershire C.pre 1914 published by E.T. Spring, Painswick, founded 1891 & designed by David Brown, posted in 1917 Fine condition.
Ref.2663 Golf Art/ Fashion PC C.pre 1904 published by G.L. & Co.B. Series No.269/6 a card in Very Good + condition, posted from Margate in 1904.
Ref.2825a Ballantrae Golf Links & Golf Pavilion C.1930s Valentine Sepiatype series negative number 217252 dating 1930s, a card in Very Good + posted condition. The original Club was founded in 1877 but sadly it closed after the finish of World War 2 in 1951/2