|Object ID #||1972.083.001|
|Object Name||Stick, Field Hockey|
|Title||Commercially-Produced Shinty Stick|
|Lexicon category||9: Recreational Artifacts|
|Place of Origin||London, United Kingdom|
|Description||One wooden field hockey stick. Stamped on it is "C? or J? MUHLHAUSER'S NACHFOLGER, WEIN. I" (seems to be German) and "--------------- LONDON." Black thread is wrapped around the handle end.|
|Makers mark||Maker's mark is hard to read|
Manufactured in London, England.
Owned by David Skelton's grandfather (name not given), who died about 1962, when he was 80 years of age. He lived near Corbetton in the Shelburne area for most of his life.
David Skelton (of Owen Sound) inherited it.
|Collection||Sporting & Recreational Equipment, 19th-c Collection|
|Dimensions||W-4.5 L-99.8 D-2 cm|
|Found||Owen Sound, Grey County|