Old Clubs and Bag

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Hello,

I recently came across an old Spalding Golf bag and clubs and I was hoping someone could tell me a little bit about them as I don’t know much about vintage/old clubs. Specifically, there is a Spalding Top Flight 10 iron which I haven’t been able to find anything about online, nor have I ever heard or seen anyone with a 10 iron before. I'm hoping someone on here can tell me how old they are, if they’re any good, and if they have any value.

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The irons date to the mid 1960s, they're good quality clubs and if you have the full 3 to 9 iron set they might make £30 to £50 on ebay.
The Spalding 10 iron is a similar era, 10 irons were basically the same as the wedge, just a different way of marking them, they're fairly common in older clubs.
The woods are persimmon which is good, although they're not a top line model they're still very playable. The 1 and 4 together might make £20 to £30.
 
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