A collection of 4 Edwardian/early 20th Century golf games
To include (1) Kiddi Golf Nine Hole Course, British maker unknown, retailed by Henry's Toy & Game Store in Manchester, England. The course is made from a mixture of wood, card and tin, and celluloid golf balls; complete with its original box. (2) 'Dormy' Indoor Model Golf Game, made by Chad Valley in 1910, a boxed parlour game, in which a miniature golf club is placed in an angled vice that springs forward to hit the golf ball forward. Comes with wooden hedges, felt covered greens and tees as well as clubs and balls. (3) Golfit: British maker unknown, patented and introduced between 1900-1910; a tiddley wink form of game played on a parchment scroll decorated as a nine hole golf course. Counters are propelled from the tee into the brass rings that simulate the greens. Together with (4) Tiddley Golf A 9 Hole Table Golf Course, British, maker unknown, circa 1940s, an illustrated box comprising 3-D hazards, tin cups with flags, and plastic clubs.