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IPAGE 19I

SportsAntiques.com's written

coverage of the

2009 

National Sports 

Collectors Convention

Cleveland Ohio 

July 29th - August 2nd

 

 

BOOTH OF

JOHN KANUIT AND JOHN ORBAN continued

GrnFBStein.JPG (59265 bytes)Next up in the Orban/Kanutinator booth was this c1890 porcelain stein featuring an illustration of a pre-helmet football player, made by O'Hara Dial Co., had the extra nice metal lid, 5 1/4" tall, $425.00

FBBookends.JPG (78892 bytes)Next up were these c 1930 bronze football player bookends, first example I recall seeing, 4 1/2" tall, $375.00

darktown.jpg (78000 bytes)Next was a c1900 cast iron Darktown Battery bank, not a bad example, plenty of paint, 9 3/4" wide x 7" tall x 2 1/2" deep, $2,800.00

JLLambertFBStatue.JPG (75443 bytes)Next up was a, I believe  bronze group of a football runner being tackled, sculpted by Jack Lincoln Lambert, large bold black wood base, one of those figural pieces that don't photograph well, 15 1/2" wide by 13" tall, $2,300.00

GermanBatterStat.JPG (76003 bytes)Next was a small 8 1/2" tall c1930 statue of a batter which had a marble base, I believe it was German, missing the bat, $950.00

StudBakerFB.JPG (70131 bytes)Next up was a hands down classic c1920 silver plate football trophy featuring a full sized melon ball, engraved to, I believe, The Hathaway Garage, Wateska Illinois, For Their Superior Sales Ability In The International Studebaker Gridiron Contest...so there you have it, in Jim Griffith condition, 11 1/2" tall, $1,450.00

ChurchBasketTrop.JPG (67963 bytes)Next up was a terrific 1935-36 silver plate figural basketball trophy featuring two players on the court, one about to shoot, the other about to block, 19" tall x 9" wide x 5" deep, $750.00. I want some of this stuff, seeing it in retrospect now!

PrincFBMugFrnt.JPG (47307 bytes)Next up was a c1900 porcelain football stein with a Princeton football player illustrated by Christy, probably Made by T. Maddocks Sons Co., Trenton, NJ , 5" tall, $475.00

 

PrincFBMugBk.JPG (45824 bytes) PrincFBMugBot.JPG (35788 bytes)

 

RochesterFBMug.JPG (56054 bytes)Next up was another c1900 football shaped porcelain  stein, this one with a University of Rochester pennant illustrated on it, 5" tall, $325.00  

 

ArcadeBBBatter.JPG (55431 bytes)Next up was a c1920's cast iron baseball batter apparently salvaged from an arcade game, very rare, 4 3/4" tall, $425.00 

 

 

 

 

FBToyFigures.JPG (81155 bytes)Next up was a very nice set of two teams of c1930 lead football player figures, probably originated from a board game, 

1 3/4" tall, $150.00

 

FBPlateSmFull.JPG (79943 bytes)Next was a small c1900 

4 1/8" diameter round metal tray with a porcelain center that had an illustration of a football kicker, made by O'Hara Dial Co,, $325.00

 

 

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