Dunlop produced a dimple Warwick golf ball, but these there balls are not that ball. The covers of these three balls are covered with half squares and half dimples—hence the "Fifty-Fifty" notation on the packaging. The top of the box "Warwick Dunlop Fifty-Fifty Marking as is each label on each ball.
The original paper that includes the patent information about the balls is still in the box and is shown in some of the images. The wrappers on the balls show a bit of wear, but they are still tight in that they are not torn open to expose any of the golf balls. Some of the red cellophane has worn off in places, but the wrapper underneath is still in place. Also, only one of the balls has the two green "New Reinforced Cover" labels, one of which is loose on one end.
Because all three balls offered here in the original box sleeve are in their original wrapping, I have included an image of another Warwick 50-50 ball that has been removed from its wrapping in order to display its unique cover pattern. The ball in these two additional images with the green background is not included with the three balls in this lot.
This lot is located in the middle column of the group image.