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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.
Candlepin bowling is one of the oldest tenpin variants, with origins in the 1880s. The pins themselves are much thinner than tenpins, hence their name. Candlepin remains popular in the United States, ...
Duckpin bowling developed in the United States in the late 1800s. In 1905, a Pennsylvania man added thick rubber bands to the base of the squat pins, officially starting rubber band duckpin bowling. T ...
HAND SPLIT HANDLE COMPANY
Everyone knew the major names in bowling pin manufacturing, but smaller companies also got in on the tenpin bowling boom. Hand Split Handle Company was a lumber company in Lyndonville, Vermont. What b ...
BRUNSWICK’S MANY PINS
The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company was a dominating force in tenpin bowling, but they also produced pins and equipment for other bowling games. From duckpins to mystery pins, Brunswick had everyone ...
LADIES ON TOUR
The Ladies Pro Bowlers Tour (LPBT) was a private women’s bowling organization started in 1981 after the dissolution of the short-lived Women’s Professional Bowlers Association (WPBA). In 1998, the LPB ...
Brunswick understood a thing or two about simple, visual branding. The red Brunswick crown is plainly evident on this battered pin.
The American Bowling Congress (ABC) was responsible for maintaining bowling pin regulations and ensuring that all pins used were of equal size and shape. When a bowling pin manufacturer was cleared fo ...