Golf Ball Mold Paper Weight
F.H. Richards & Co. of New York and Atti Engineering Corp. of Union City
were leading makers of golf balls in the early and mid-1900's. They manufactured stainless steel molds that
were used in a press to form the outer cover of golf balls. Each mold-half is cut
with the dimple pattern that was impressed on to the golf ball's cover. The
mold-half is also stamped with the name of its manufacturer, and the month and
year of fabrication. Mold-halves are sold separately as desktop paper weights or
as part of a desktop pen set or wall
Approximate Dimensions: 1 1/8" high by 2" diameter by 10 oz.
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