”Big D” and “The Duke” are teammates once again with this pairing of original 1958-1962 Hartland Statues. Don Drysdale and “Duke” Snider played together with Dodgers from 1956-1962 and were part of the team when the franchise relocated from Brooklyn to Los Angeles. Fittingly these native Californians are depicted as L. A. Dodgers by these vintage statues, which were issued as part of the "second wave" of Hartland figures, shortly after they helped their team to victory in the 1959 World Series.
The left leg of the Drysdale statue stands on a small round base and the right leg stands on a white pitching rubber which is a bit warped and wobbly, but does not prevent this piece from standing freely, the uniform is soft-white and there are a few very small stray marks on the flesh painted areas, otherwise this statue remains highly appealing with excellent gloss and full paint to rate as (NM+)
The Snider statue comes with a bat and stands freely, the uniform is slightly off-white and there are bits of wear on the left elbow and one ear, otherwise this piece shows strong paint and gloss to rate as (NM)