- I have only just found this site, I didnt expect
to find antique racket collectors existed. I started
15 yrs ago after going to the Championships in 1986
and seeing their great museum. I started collection
when i lived in Vancouver and most of my best rackets
come from here. I now am back in my home country
Australia.<br><br>Is anyone interested in giving me an idea of the
value and quality of my small collection, I have the
following:<br><br>The Hudson Bay Co, Black Prince, writing in black and
gold print very good cond, 1920's id
say.<br><br>Wright & Dixon, Boston pre 1900's id say, good cond and
straight.<br><br>FH Ayres 14oz & 3/4 weight, pre 1900's id say, crack
at neck<br><br>Forrester & Sons Londan 12oz weight,
pre 1900's fairly warped and strings
broken.<br><br>Bussey & Co, London, very attractive cross style brace,
Can you send me a picture? And who is the
--- lash1144 <lash1144@...> wrote:
> -Dennis F. ClausBrokerWestgate Properties14751 Plaza DriveSuite BTustin, California 92780714-838-8559 Ext.11dfclaus@...
> >This is my first try at this...here goes....I have
> a late 1880's
> racket. (From the pictures I have seen it looks like
> it is that old)I
> am trying to find out exactly how old it is and what
> its value might
> be. I really don't want to buy an expensive book to
> try to find the
> value of one racket. Is there anyone out there that
> can help me??
> Thanks tons!!
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