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OLD FRENCH PINS
Bowling as we know it has roots that stretch back centuries to mainland Europe. Learn more about this item.
GOING FOR THE GOLD
In 1988, bowling made its Olympic Village debut. Learn more about this item.
SOUVENIR FIT FOR A KING
What bowling superstars signed this souvenir pin? Learn more about this item.
Chuck Collier had dedicated more than 40 years of his life to bowling. Himself an accomplished pin toppler, Collier spent time offering bowling instruction to new bowlers. At an American Bowling Congr ...
Today’s regulation pins have slightly different proportions than these beat up pins. These are possibly Canadian fivepins, though those are typically bound by a rubber band.
PINS FOR YOUR HOUSE
Toy pins were, of course, not approved by the ABC for official use. But that didn’t mean bowlers and their families couldn’t set them up in the house or on the lawn for some practice and some fun. ...
RIDE THE BOWING PIN CAR
Women’s International Bowling Congress (WIBC) all-stars Loa Boxberger, Betty Morris, Judy Soutar and Helen Duval took a ride atop the “world’s only bowling pin car.” The move was part of an effort to ...
Stars of the Professional Women’s Bowling Association signed a commemorative pin, likely following a tournament.
REGULATING THE PINS
Bowling’s governing bodies regulate the size and shape of all bowling pins used in official competition. Before the Meister Brau Beer league hit the lanes in this 1940s competition, these particular r ...
What a durable pin! Even as the exterior coating began to chip away, Brunswick’s King Pins withstood the assaults from ball and machine.