Made by the Worthington Company in 1921, the "Allied Official 1.62" has smaller than normal dimples. Made to the 1.62-inch diameter of the British ball, this ball shows little to no use. It does have some hairline cracks in the paint that, in real life, are quite faint but can be seen upon close inspection.
Because JEGA provides golf ball images that are much larger than the
balls are in real life, any blemishes in the paint/cover on the ball as
shown in the images appear MUCH more prominent they actually are. In real life this ball presents wonderfully well and, again, the cracks are not noticeable unless the ball is given a closeup inspection.