Made from solid gutta percha in 1894 by James B. Halley, this Ocobo ball
was played in the thick of the game roughly 120 years ago. When one stops
to think about it, that is pretty cool.
This ball appears unused—not a strike mark of any kind anywhere—and still has around 80% of its original paint.
This ball is in fourth ball in the front row of the group image.