The Hartland Plastics Company scored big again, with the release of its 1959-1963 football statue series. A good bit tougher than their baseball counterparts, these vintage gridiron icons are a nice find on an individual basis. Finding them in quantity such as this lot of (10), is the equivalent of a collecting gold strike. Dig deep and go long for this very pleasing selection, which presents in a range of (EX to NM), with deference to any significant irregularities noted below.
(3) Lineman figures without uniform numbers: Green Bay Packers; Pittsburgh Steelers (faceguard is absent); Detroit Lions (right foot is loose with metal post absent, left foot is securely attached)
(1) Jon Arnett Los Angeles Rams #26 running back figure with reproduction box (has an extraneous label affixed to the underside of the base, with no impact on display appeal)
(4) Running back figures with jersey numbers that show minimal to moderate color loss on the white numbers only: Washington Redskins #24; Los Angeles Rams #22; Minnesota Vikings #20; New York Giants #26 (no helmet logo, no team name on the front of the base)
(2) Running back figures without jersey numbers: Philadelphia Eagles; Chicago Bears