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Massive Tennis Balls, Boxes and Cans Collection

Massive Tennis Balls, Boxes and Cans Collection

Wonderful assemblage runs the gamut and is a chorological compendium of the game through its spherical equipment. Cans are three to a can unless noted. Includes: 1) Early tennis balls: Collection of seven turn-of-the-century tennis balls. All are cemented and hand sewn. The best of the best representing the early rendition of the game. It would take years to put together a similar collection. 2) Important turn of the century Wright & Ditson tennis ball box is for their “Championship” line. Wonderful graphics and overall very good. 11.5x8.5x3”. 3) Early Cans: Stunning “The Slazenger” Lawn Tennis Ball can circa 1916 with Wimbledon advertising (VG-EX, 4 balls), cardboard can of six 1939 Dunlop Fort LTA Official Balls (opened), two different Spalding Pancho Gonzalez picturing him (one unopened, one opened), 1950s Wilson Match Point (unopened), Fred Perry Sportswear (four in a can unopened), Spalding Championship red can (opened). 4) Later Cans complete with balls (unopened unless noted): Prep, Rawlings blue can, two Penn Extra-Duty Felt, Wilson Championship two-color ball, Pro Penn, 1970s Wilson Championship, Slazenger (opened), Dunlop 1 Championship, two cans of Wilson Practice balls, Spalding Championship to ILTA specs, Pennsylvania Centre Court (opened with 2 balls). 5) Boxes: two boxes of six Blue Point tennis balls, unopened box of three 1960s Slazenger Permacore tennis balls (unopened and NRMT), Bancroft box of 6 white balls ion solid green box (pressure less balls from 1960s). Excellent or better unless noted,

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