"Dawg Pound" denizens take up the chase for this Cleveland Indians vintage bobble head lot of (2). Both are "toes-up" types, with:
1.) Round brown base with raised gold "N.F.L." letters on the front of the base. The paint is bright, glossy and nearly full with exception to some small scuffs on the rear of the base. Ordinarily painted black, the toes-up shoes are a lighter shade of brown than that of the jersey and the base and "Browns" white lettering on the jersey is raised, as is the white stripe on the helmet. A blue "Made in Japan" stickers is securely affixed to the underside of the base and the metal faceguard bar looks to be original. All together this is a very attractive figure, with color inconsistencies on the base and shoes that suggest an after-market customized paint job.
2.) Round green base with gold foil "Browns" sticker on the front of the base and black toes-up shoes. No lettering on the jersey and no orange accents are noted. The metal faceguard bar is secure, the underside of the base is stamped with "Patent Pending Japan" and a brown accent stripe on the white helmet is raised. Considerable surface loss is noted around the neckline of the head opening and there are multiple cracks on the helmet at rear and on the left side, though these conditions are fairly unobtrusive to display. Small chips are located on the tip of the left shoe, the point of the football and at a couple of spots on the base. All things considered, this is still an attractive piece with ample display appeal.