One Pole is marked "Kempshall Flyer Click" and the other "Pat. April 11, 1899. Kempshall Flyer balls are recorded as are Kempshall Click balls. However, balls marked "Kempshall Flyer Click," like this ball, are not recorded in any of the current books about golf balls.
Produced in the early 1900s by The Kempshall Manufacturing, This Kempshall Flyer ball has a gutta percha cover and a wound rubber core produced under Bertrand Haskell’s 1899 patent. Shows light use with some staining to the cover.