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1910s-1950s Industrial and Local Baseball Teams Jerseys/Uniforms (6) Including Oshkosh Indians

Lot Number 655

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They just don't make 'em like they used to! These high-quality-construction garments have held up extremely well over their many decades, with light to medium wear/usage overall unless otherwise noted.


Denver Jersey: Pinstriped, blue-trimmed jersey with "American Amateur Baseball Congress" sleeve patch and "Dave Cook" size-36 manufacturer's tagging.


Oshkosh Indians Jersey: Early 20th-century, heavy-wool jersey from the Wisconsin League with some scattered light moth wear to the chest lettering and appropriate Rawlings tagging inside the collar.


Unmarked Jersey: Heavy-wool, red-trimmed jersey with a marker notation and "Dodge Davis Flannel" manufacturer's tail on the inner back tail.


Balboa Olds 3-Piece Uniform: Velvety red-and-white jersey from the San Diego car dealership team with "BALBOA OLDS" lettered on reverse and a "KGM Sportswear" label inside the collar. Accompanied by the matching size-32 pants and matching satiny red-and-white jacket (GD condition) with size-40 manufacturer's labels for Stanley Andrews Sporting Goods of San Diego and Spanjian Sportswear of Pasadena.


J.A. All Stars 2-Piece Uniform: Zipper-up red-trimmed jersey with "Dodge Davis" manufacturer's label and matching red-trimmed pants.


N.E.A.C.: Pinstriped zipper-up heavy-wool jersey with lettering on front and Empire label inside collar. Matching pants are rather enormous!


There is also a vintage uniform belt.

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