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(21) 1940s-1950s Gibbs-Connor Cleveland Indians "Chief Wahoo" Mascot Banks

Lot Number 646

Quantity: Bid Starts: 03/24/2023 12:00:00 
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Start your own baseball tribe in a big way, with this hoard of (21) 1940s-1950s Gibbs Connor "Chief Wahoo" banks. Recently put out to pasture for being politically incorrect, the perpetually smiling Chief was the longtime mascot of the Cleveland Indians, serving for eight decades. Dating from early in the iconic mascot's career, these collector favorite banks are formatted with Chief Wahoo holding a bat and leaning on a baseball coin repository. (6) Have white jerseys and a glossy finish, including (1) with a red head feather, and (15) are cream with a matte finish. Standing approximately 7" tall, with a footprint of 5 x 2-1/2", these classic creations radiate display appeal. The (6) glossy banks range (VG to EX+); and the (15) matte banks range (VG to EX-MT). Now that the Chief is retired, these figure banks are headed for historic relic status. 

 



 
 
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