The first NFL franchise to showcase cheerleaders and a marching band, the Baltimore Colts enjoyed a neighborhood flavor in the Waverly section of Baltimore, where they dominated the league in the late-1950s and 1960s. These souvenirs remind us of that storied franchise before it departed for the Midwest. Highlights include;
Totaling (35) signed items, most are team-issued 8x10” black-and-white photos with fiber tip marker scriptings that average (“9”) strength and clarity. Highlights include: Mike Curtis, Art Donovan (personalized), Ted Hendricks, John Mackey, Gino Marchetti, (2) Tom Matte (personalized), Lenny Moore (personalized), Earl Morrall, Don Shula, (2) Johnny Unitas and Rick Volk. Additionally, a 1980s felt Colts pennant is signed by Curtis Dickey. Auction LOA from JSA.
(2) 12”-tall Baltimore Colts football helmet lamps (electrical cords intact)
Baltimore Colts team plaque (in original retail packaging)
National Bohemian point of sale advertising display with relief likeness of Baltimore Colts helmet and easel back
Four-pack of Colts Corral drink Koozies
Baltimore Colts plastic helmet bank
(2) 8-mm film reels (1967 and 1970)