It's not all bruising run games, blistering pass attacks, and "Steel Curtain" defense for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Based in rugged "Steel City", the Steelers are not known for their kinder, gentler side, but if you dig deep enough it's there. Proof arrives in the form of this 1962-1964 Steelers bobble head kissing pair. Housed in a factory box labeled "My Hero Kissing Doll", this vibrant set of nodders features a cheerful steelworker mascot toting a football, and a puckered-up majorette. These 5" tall, lovey-dovey icons appear to be pretty pleased with themselves, and you would be too, if you looked as good as they do.
The mascot (NM) shows minimal wear, with some modest paint rub around the head opening, and very slight wear on the breast lettering. Moderate wear is noted on the majorette, who rates as (VG) due to a crack on the side of the left leg, and a few small chips along the head opening. These conditions are unobtrusive to display, and both figures retain "Made in Japan, Kissing Boy & Girl" stickers on the underside of their bases. The box is solid and remains well-formed, with writing on the forward facing side panel, while the lid is affixed with a fantastic factory label, illustrated with the kissing pair doing their thing.