Golf Scoring Booklet In Silver

Golf Scoring Booklet In Silver


Antique "Premier" Golf Scoring Book.
An extremely rare Edwardian "Premier" golf scoring booklet with silver mounts. The golf scorer booklet with a hinged silver top mount with hanging ring, pierced decoration with crossed clubs and ball. Front stamped 'Patent No. 10568', rear with silver marks 'WHH, anchor, Lion, g' (William Hair Haseler, Birmingham, 1906). The paper score cards with gilt edging and are for 18 holes, for one player and his opponent. There is also a place to write the date, name of the Links and any remarks. Front cover with colourful illustration of a golfer teeing off, his caddie following the flight of the ball, first page printed "Premier" Golf Scoring Book, Refills may be obtained from Silversmiths, Patent No. 10568.

William Hair Haseler is an English silversmith based in Birmingham and heavily associated with Liberty & Co. Founded in 1870 producing gold, silver, and jewellery, it became a limited company in 1901 as 'W H Haseler Ltd.' with W H Haseler and his sons William Rabone and Frank as the first directors. They went into partnership with Liberty's in 1898, producing most of Liberty's silverware from their Birmingham workshop, designed by Archibald Knox. Liberty's range of jewellery and silver sold under the trade name of 'Cymric', a subsidiary company known as Liberty & Co. (Cymric) Ltd. was registered in May 1901. They also made the 'Tudric' pewter range for Liberty's.


Height 11 cm / 4 "
Width 4.7 cm / 2"
Depth 1 cm / "







United Kingdom


William Hair Haseler


Very good condition, front cover slightly dog eared.