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Baseball Figure Pair with 1950s Gibbs-Connor Indians Bank & 1960s Dodgers Bobble Head

Lot Number 1779

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Description

Perfectly suited for shelf display, this pair of vintage baseball figures dazzle with abundant appeal.

 

The classic Gibbs-Connor creation features an early rendition of Cleveland Indians mascot “Chief Wahoo” wielding a bat, perhaps to protect the money deposited into the attached baseball bank component. Measuring 6” wide by 7” tall and 3” wide, this striking piece shows a fantastic degree of original paint and gloss with only light signs of age appropriate wear. The Chief’s bulging eyes, big-toothed grin and gleaming uniform mesh together as a prime example of what collectible baseball figures should be. Please note, the coin reservoir base stopper is absent.

 

Equally appealing, the Los Angeles Dodgers bobble head figure is a smiling delight. Vivid colors, off the charts gloss and full jersey and cap decals are attributes that add up to true display worthiness for this perpetual “yes man”. Minor chips on the neckline and base have negligible impact on this otherwise very appealing figure.

 

 

 



 
 
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