I was going through my golf collection and I came across a putter I had picked up at the good ole Goodwill some time back. At the time I didn't look at it too closely since it was only $1.00. Today I noticed the stamping on the back of the putter has a flaw on the "The Wilsonian" and "Wilson". It had been doubled stamped. The other stamping on the back is fine without flaws just "The Wilsonian" and "Wilson".
My question is does this affect the value at all? I know the putter does not hold any real value but I have never seen a double stamping on an old club before. Was this common or rare?
The other oddity is the shaft is straight when you line up the club for a putt (no bending left or right) but it has a good bend in it from front to back. It doesn't affect the performance at all, it just strange how it bowed.
Below are the pictures.
Edited by Tez, 21 January 2013 - 04:34 AM.