As shown in the photos, Seymour Dunn had one of the most elaborate,
if not the most elaborate makers marks of all clubmakers. His mark
takes up almost the entire top of the clubhead, with his name and Lake
Placid address along with the crown and banner displaying the words "Vi
Et Arte" loosely translated from Latin to mean "by strength and skill."
The face of the club is solid. A slip of fiber sits between it and the brass soleplate.
"Brassie" and "66C" are stamped on the heel of the clubhead.
Original shaft measures 43"and a modern "hickory players" grip has been installed. Such grips were usually installed over the original grip, and that could easily be the case with this club. But as a playable club, it looks good! Outstanding condition.