Continuation of Late Winter & Early Spring New Additions

Updated: Feb 6


Ref.493a Silloth Golf Pavilion C.1920s-30s a card in Mint written but unposted condition,

published by F.L.Brown, Silloth was founded in 1882 & is one of the finest Links courses in the North West of England.

£7.95


Ref.993 Silloth from the Golf House C.pre 1911 published by Pattinson & Proctor, Silloth a scarce card in Fine condition, faint franking impression, posted from Silloth, an uncommon

card.

£17.99

Ref.989 Moray Golf Club House & 18 the Green (Lossiemouth) C.pre 1911 published by Davidson & Son, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Fine to Nr. Mint posted condition. The Club was founded in 1889 with the course designed by Old Tom Morris.

£8.99

Ref.990

Ref.990 Moray Golf Club House & 18 the Green (Lossiemouth) C.pre 1911 published by

J.D.Yeadon of Elgin one of the earlier postcard publishers, the card is in very good + condition, postmarked1906 The Club was founded in 1889 with the course designed by Old Tom Morris.

£8.99


Ref.2704 Moray Golf Club House with a large gathering at the entrance, obviously there is an event taking place. This is another card from the early publisher J.D.Yeadon of Elgin, this one in the Sepia Style. The card is in Fine unposted condition.

£8.99

Ref.2507 Moray Golf Club (Lossiemouth) & 1st Tee C.pre 1911 again published by

J.D.Yeadon of Elgin one of the earlier postcard publishers, the card is in Near MINT unposted condition. The Club House is the building directly above the 3 players on the left-hand side of the Tee. The Club was founded in 1889 with the course designed by Old Tom Morris.

£15.95

Ref.1274 Moray Golf Links & 18 the Green (Lossiemouth) C.pre 1911 published by Davidson & Son, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Fine to Nr. Mint posted condition. The Club was founded in 1889 with the course designed by Old Tom Morris. This card is from the same Set as card Ref.990 listed above & features the same two Ladies, only this one is more scarce.

£14.95


Ref.486a Bruntsfield Place & Golf Links C.1900-05 published by PWM Ltd., a nice early card in Very Good + posted condition although the franking mark shows no date but I know ist from the mid-1900s as I also have one dated 1904

£18.99


Ref.154a Embleton Golf Pavilion & Golf Links C.1960s published by Francis Frith & Co., Ltd.

Reigate.,card No.ETN.44. Since this card was published the Club has undergone a name change & is now known as Dunstanburgh Castle Golf Club & regularly features in the Top 100 courses in the UK List.

£2.99


Ref.700 Seaton Carew Golf Links, Nr. Hartlepool C.1905-10 published by Wm. Richie & Sons in their Reliable Series without a negative number which is unusual. A card in superb unposted condition. Sage Lynn Street refers to the Town Shopping Centre.

£24.95


Ref.178. Seaton Carew Golf Links, Nr. Hartlepool C.1905-10 published by Wm. Richie & Sons in their Reliable Series without a negative number which is unusual. A card in superb unposted condition. Sage Lynn Street refers to the Town Shopping Centre. This card is identical to the card above other than it is not quite as good a condition, but has been added so to give customers a great choice price wise.

£19.99

Ref.390b Falmout Golf Course & Manor House Hotel, Budock Vean c.1950s? Golfers at the Tee, I believe the River in the background is the Helford. This card is in Very Good + unposted condition & the Club was founded in 1894 & caters for Weddings, Walkers, Holday Makers as well as Golfers.

£5.99


Ref.355 Newcastle County Down Golf Links C.1899 another Rare Postcard where the players are Unnamed, This card is of The Ladies Amateur Championship Final 1899 between May Hezlet & Miss. Magill, with May Hezlet (Putting) winning by 2 & 1. The first of Her 3 Amateur Titles, she also finished runner up on one other Occasion, as did Her two Sisters. An absolutely stunning Rare card.

£124.99

Ref.2444 Ashley Park Golf Pavilion & Course, Walton-on-Thames, C.1905 Photo by Fricker, Esher, they possibly published this card also, this is an absolutely stunning condition postcard. Founded in 1890 this Club only survived until WW1 & did not re-open after the War had finished, like so many other Clubs. Ref.2444

£29.95


Ref.2732 Blackpool North Shore Golf Pavilion C.1909, the year of the 1st.ever Flying Carnival, Ble'riot had only just flown the Channel for the 1st time. 11 Pilot's International Pilots attended this meeting as well as the Wright Brothers although they were no competing. A CARD in Nr.Fine posted condition.



Ref.1758 Castletown Golf Links & Golf Hotel C.1906 Derbyhaven I.O.M. "Manx Sun" Series No.185, printed in the Manx language this Rare card is in Near.Mint posted condition.

Castletown Links are one of finest in the British Isles.


Ref.2844 £8.99


Ref.2852 Blackwaterfoot Golf Links (Shishkine) C. 1940s?? £6.95

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