Andrew Herd Scott was both a fine golfer and clubmaker! His Unbreakable Neck brassie like the one offered here was patented in 1895, with Scott describing the unique joint as such: "The shaft, which tapers towards one end, is formed square of rectangular in cross section at that part and enters a correspondingly shaped recess in the neck and head of the club, the said shaft passing right through same to the sole...By this means a joint is made that is practically unbreakable, while it also gives more spring to the head and consequently greater power to the stroke, thereby enabling a ball to be driven further than with an ordinary club..."
The original 44" shaft still has original leather-wrapped grip. His stamp is on the shaft, and on the head, but the stamp on the head is only now faintly visible. Overtop of that stamp is that of "G Sanders," the professional who sold the club.
The finish of this club has been nicely reworked, with the club in excellent condition.
TCA2 v1 p159 for more on Scott's patented and distinct club.
This Scott driver is to the left in the accompanying group image.