- Museum number
Pall mall stick or mallet; wood; hammerhead made of wood bound at each end by iron which is fixed on slender stick; lower part bound with white leather; with 1854,0306.2-3.
Length: 117 centimetres
Weight: 720.90 grammes
- Curator's comments
- In set with 1854,0306.2-3
For the game of pall mall, see H. B. Wood, 'Golfing Curios and the Like', pp. 43-8, pls. xiv, xix; J. Lauthier 'Jeu de mal (1717); J. Lauthier, 'Nouvelles Règles du Jeu de Mal' (1722); R. Browning, 'History of Golf', 1955.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1982-2007 11 Nov-31 May, London, Museum of London, Late Stuart Gallery.
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- The accessions register records that this pall mall set was found by the donor in the house of his father, the clockmaker Benjamin Lewis Vulliamy, at 68 Pall Mall, on the latter's death in January 1854, and given in March 1854.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number