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...On a further note regarding the serial numbers on the ferrules....
Does anyone know if each set of clubs have a unique serial number?
The reason I ask is that I have just received a 2 iron to go with the others I have....From different sellers in different areas.
Spooky thing is, all these clubs have the same stamped number -- 452 -- Possibly a model number rather than a serial number?
Michael......Thanks for the info. I see the little suckers now. Man, they are hard to see. The head colour of these would suggest that they are indeed made from stainless steel - more of a dull / satin finish, so thanks for that too.
I have Slazenger branded irons that have a 3 inch long hosel, matching ferrules with the serial number 452, but the usual red and blue coloured lines on the back of the head are longer - more akin to a '59 sunburst than a precision.
Does anyone know if Slazenger produced the full range of early Hogan clubs?
Is it also a trait of Slazenger not to pin the shafts?