Here is a wonderful find for the collector of Victorian Era Chatelaines. Offered is a chatelaine notebook with an image, in repousse, of a lady golfer. It may have been used as a score card for the game. The scene is quite detailed. The woman is readying her swing in a field, with golf ball at her feet. You can see a house, or building in the distance behind her. To her left is a fence and several trees. The border is quite fancy with leaves and flowers. The notebook holds three leaves for taking notes. I believe they may be ivory, but have not tested them. There are some black streaks to them, that I have not attempted to clean. There is also what appears to be hardened silver polish in the grooves of the silver cover. I have not attempted to remove this either. The back cover has a couple of indented scratches, visible in the picture. The only marking I see is "sterling". The notebook measures 2.5" x 2".
Item ID: 4728
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