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(7) 1960s Football Bobble Heads with AFL Chargers, Toes Up Steelers & Wood Base 49ers

Lot Number 1253

Quantity: Bid Starts: 07/21/2023 12:00:00 
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Description



Tackle a ready-made collection, with this group of (7) 1960s football bobble heads. Though this squad of all different figures runs in the mid to lesser grade range, display appeal is ample.


Featured are:


AFL San Diego Chargers has a "Sports Specialties L.A. 67" football-shaped sticker under the gold round base, condition is (EX) due to toning on the helmet and moderate wear on the decals, which include an AFL logo on top of the base;


NFL San Francisco 49ers with red square wood base is (GD) due to heavy cracks on the back of the helmet, and sections of surface loss along the rim of the head opening;


NFL Pittsburgh Steelers "toes up" variety with 1962 copyright stamp under the gold round base is (VG) with detached head, and moderate erosion and a crack on the rim of the head opening, the raised letters on the jersey are full, and the decals are decent;


NFL New York Giants red square base is (VG-EX+) with a small crack on the rim of the head opening, and several chips on the bottom edge of the base;


NFL Philadelphia Eagles green square base has a repaired crack across the rear of the helmet, several hairlines crack around the head, and a chipped corner on the front of the base, the raised letters on the jersey and base have full paint, and the forward facing view is appealing;


NFL Atlanta Falcons gold round base is (GD) due to a 1/2" arched chip on the head opening above the left shoulder, and the helmet paint is faded, gloss is strong, the uniform paint is bold, and the decals are decent;


NFL New Orleans Saints has a "Sports Specialties L.A. 67" football-shaped sticker under the gold round base, condition is (EX) due to a 1/2" sliver of surface paint being chipped off the jersey collar at rear, along with minor wear on the front of the helmet stripe and letter "T" of the jersey decal, otherwise attractive and glossy with bold paint. 

 



 
 
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