Design for a golf-club
US D27190 S
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No. 27,190. Patented June 8,1897.
INVENTOR @044 I AT ORNEY- UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
DESIGN FOR A GOLF-CLUB.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 27,190, dated June 8, 189Tv Application filed April 21, 1897. Serial No. 633,193. Term of patent '7 years.
lie it known that l, .ltuns (n.n', a viii/en outline this boss is similar to lllt' face from of (-reat Britain, residing at ('hicopee I alls, in the eounty ol' IIampden and Stale of .\Iassaehnsetts,ha\'e invented and produced a new and original Design t'ortlolf-tluhs; and I do herebydcelarethe following to beat full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable ol hers skilled in the art to wh It'll it appcrtains to make and use the same.
In the accompanying drawings, l-ignre I shows the working side of a golf-club head embodying the novel design. Fig. '3 is a top viewot' the same head. Fig. It is a section on the line 5} I), Fig. I.
As shown in the drawings, the head consists of a bodyA,having at one enda handleseeket 1 continuous with the main portion of the body and extending obliquely upward therefrom. In general outline, as shown in Fig. t, that end of the body opposite the socket is rounded, and from this rounded end it is gradually narrowed in passing toward the socket. The general face (I of that side of the head shown in Fig. 1 lies in a plane somewhat oblique to the plane of the body and socket, and from the central portion of this face pro ieets a low broad boss I), having a face approximately parallel to the plane of the surl ltllllllllllflzlttll lower fat-e and contrasting with that face in roughness of surface In which it projects, but the ratio of its length to its width is less. As shown in Figs. 2 and i that side of the body which is opposite the i drical face I'I at the other end, the plane upper surface I, and the plane downwardly-iin elined lower-surface (l. All the surfaces just mentioned are continuous, except as they are broken by certain scrmv-heads II II II, and are continuous with each other, and the last three of them meet the face C in its marginal lines At its narrow end the face is core tinuous, with a forwardly-curved surface L" intersecting the surface of the socket which lies partly in front of the plane of the surface C.
\Vhat I claim is The design fora golf-club, as herein shown and described.
In testimony whereof I affix m signature in presence of two witnesses.
JAHICS (RANK Witnesses:
FRANK C. l mx'r, IIUWAHU L. Hour.