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(75+) Mostly 1950s Cleveland Indians Pennants/Pins/Knick-Knack Lot with Rarities

Lot Number 452

Quantity: Bid Starts: 07/21/2023 12:00:00 
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The team formerly known as the Cleveland Indians is recalled, with this vintage souvenir collection of (75+). A fascinating assortment ranging in mostly above average to better condition, this vintage selection dates mainly from the successful 1948-1954 period, when the Indians won the 1948 World Series, and turned in a 111-win season in 1954, to win the American League pennant. 


Featured are:


(47) Pins average (VG-EX to EX-MT) with a few better, and a few better: 
(3) 1932 Orbit Gum: Mel Harder, (2) Dick Porter;
(4) 1956 Topps: (2) Al Rosen, (2) Al Smith;
(3) c.1950 PM 10, all Larry Doby; 
(4) c.1949 Lou Boudreau photo pins ((3) with ribbons and charms);
1948 Die cut "48" pin with baseball;
1964 Guy's Potato Chips pin;
(3) American League Champions, all with ribbons and charms;
(13) c.1940s-1950s Clevealnd Indians with Native American Chief illustration;
(2) c.1950s Cleveland Indians with crossed bat ((1) without pinback);
1949 Die cut mascot;
(5) 1952 Lopez Limited with Chief Wahoo and a train;
c.1950s 3-1/2" Chief Wahoo with red background;
(6) c.1950s Knothole Club with Chief Wahoo;


(8) 1940s-1950s Pencils average (EX to NM): (4) with "World Champion Cleveland Indians", (4) "Cleveland Indians";


(2) Charms: bat and glove, ball and glove;


(6) 1949 Vis-Ed photo slides average (EX to EX-MT): Lou Boudreau, Bob Feller, Joe Gordon, Larry Doby, Ken Keltner, Jim Hegan;


(2) 1949 Vis-Ed plastic baseball viewers, one complete (NM) with factory box, one partial without lenses;


(14) 1940s-1950s Pennants average (VG-EX to EX-MT+): (2) full-size with team scrolls, (1) full-size with player names centered by a Native American Chief, (5) minis with Chief wahoo, (4) assorted minis, and (2) American Nut and Chocolate.

 



 
 
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