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Early Porcelain Baseball & Football Pitchers (4)

Early Porcelain Baseball & Football Pitchers (4)

Four porcelain pitchers, these are from the early days of team sports, each signifying a team or school. Remarkable detail and eye catching presence. 1) Football shaped 11.5" tall with hinged lid in the shape of a football with “Chicago” pennant on side. Marked, “T Maddocks Sons" dated January 24, 1905. Fine feature of helmeted footballer on top of handle. 2) Earl Christy illustrated pitcher is 10" tall with Columbia player and emblem(broken handle). 3) 12.5" with fraternal symbol and "1912 BaseBall Outing." 4) Princeton Tiger in orange and black with the school symbol on one side with Tiger on the other, from Anchor Pottery. A wonderful quartet encompassing tremendous history and display quality. Overall EX condition.


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