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1900s-1960s Football & Boxing Equipment Lot of (7)

Lot Number 1758

Quantity: Bid Starts: 08/01/2016 12:00:00 
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Take a trip to the sporting goods store with this lot of (7) 1900s-1960s Football/Boxing Equipment items! These items present in low to mid-grade condition and feature moderate game use throughout. This collection would make an excellent addition to the personal inventory of any football or boxing enthusiast.




(2) Early 1900s intercollegiate melon-style footballs: brown collectibles with moderate to heavy wear and remarkably intact laces. The British manufactured balls no longer hold air but nevertheless are solid offerings for vintage pigskin fans;


1930s D&M No.25 chest protector/shoulder pads: accessories show solid wear from use with black leather laces and two detachable supports for the shoulder and collarbone respectively on each side. Shows heavy wear on shoulder and chest area where the leather has been worn down and partially scraped off by contact;   


1940s wingtip football helmet: crimson and yellow cross design on top of the helmet with three air holes in each quarter of the top of the helmet. “AMF 44” is etched into the helmet just above the neck and “EP HV” etched into the front. Excellent wear is evident throughout with dirk marks and leather tears appearing on the collectible in a uniform helmet;


1950s football helmet: blue and red cross design on top of the helmet with three air holes in each quarter of the top of the helmet. Three holes about the ear and an insert for the chinstrap help to identify the era of the accessory. Solid wear evident including torn leather on the inside of the collectible;


(2) 1950s-60s Everlast boxing glove pairs: 12 oz. accessories with heavy wear from hand bag and helmet contact as well as residue from water. Everlast trademark logo on wrist and crisscross pattern on laces that tie together each pair. Moderate to heavy use including shelf wear, spots of leather loss and other marks that come from general use.   

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