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1950s-1978 Baltimore-Washington Pennant Lot of (13) With Rarities

Lot Number 662

Quantity: Bid Starts: 03/26/2012 12:00:00 
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Wave your banners high! Up and down the Baltimore-Washington beltway, these (13) incredibly well-preserved felt pennants will meet with approval as unbroken appliqué designs and crisp quality prevails throughout. Keys include: Baltimore Clippers 1962-1977 AHL souvenir; (EX) with tassels intact; Baltimore Colts 1969 Super Bowl; (EX-MT) pennant (classified “Rare” in Mike Egner’s 2009 Vintage Pennant Price Guide; Baltimore Orioles 1969 “American League Champions” (EX-MT). More on our website.

Additional pennants include:


1964 Photo Pennant shows minimally (EX-MT) quality with crease-free photo intact, original tassels and no pinholes
1960s common pennant, though stunning preservation with original tassels and overall (EX-MT) presentation quality


1950s Pennant presents minimally (EX-MT) with tassels intact; classified as “Rare” in Mike Egner’s 2009 Vintage Pennant Price Guide
1961 Photo Pennant presents nicely with photo intact; technically (VG) with minimal fraying about far right corner, separation on spine and lower tassels missing
1962 Photo Pennant presents (EX-MT) with photo intact, original tassels and “1962” felt insert
1964 Photo Pennant (EX) with minimal far corner fraying; original tassels and “1964” felt insert intact
1966 World Series Photo Pennant (EX-MT) with crease-free photo and “World Series 1966” felt insert intact; strong appliqué with tassels intact

1950s “V.P.I.” (Virginia Polytechnic Institute) pennant with tassels intact; minimally (EX)

1978 NBA World Champs an (EX-MT) pennant with appliqué designs including a likeness of “The Fat Lady”

1969 All-Star Game issued at RFK Stadium; presents (EX) with wrinkles throughout, though appliqué is perfect and original tassels are intact

Note: these items were originally obtained from Albert Cohen, who served on the Board of Directors for the Washington Bullets, Capitals and Wizards, and was instrumental in having the Capital Centre built in Landover, Maryland.

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