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1940s-1960s Cleveland Indians Pennant Group of (7)

Lot Number 666

Quantity: Bid Starts: 07/22/2022 12:00:00 
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The name's been changed and the mascot has been banished. Though "the times they are a-changin'", that doesn't mean you have to forget the past. Baseball historians preserve the Cleveland Guardians days of old, with this 1940s-1950s Indians pennant lot of (7). 


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Full-size team scroll pennant with Lou Boudreau and Chief Wahoo appliqués (VG-EX+, pinholes). Listed on the scroll are many Hall of Famers and stars, including Larry Doby, Luke Easter, Joe Gordon, Mickey Vernon, Lou Boudreau, Mike Garcia, Bob Lemon, Bob Feller, Ray Boone, Early Wynn, Al Rosen and Bobby Avila; the inclusion of Jesse Flores dates this pennant to 1950; 


Full-size red with white lettering/graphics (3), all c.1940s with different versions of a Native American Chief appliqué, range (VG to EX);


Full-size with Chief Wahoo batting over stadium (2), c.1950s-1960s with green field color (EX-MT, and faded blue field color (VG);


3/4-size c.1940s white on green, with Native American Chief appliqué (FR) due to 1" hole between the letters "I" and "A" in the name "Indians", otherwise presents VG+ details.

 



 
 
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