This niblick appears to be a Spalding dish face niblick produced between 1897 and 1900. Either the club was never stamped or its letters have worn away. No matter, the dramatically dished face and rounded back of the compact, thick head is the same as it is on those made between marked "The Spalding" between 1897 and 1900.
Produced in Chicopee, Mass., Spalding's dish face
niblicks were designed to extract a ball from trouble, so they were made
with heavy heads in order to pack a wallop. When given a waggle, this
club is distinctly heavy!
The dish face niblick offered here has its original 38 1/8" shaft
and original leather wrap grip.
Condition is as shown in photographs.