The Cleveland Guardians have packed in their old team name and mascot, but these obsolete trademarks are preserved in collectible form with this 1940s-1950s Indians souvenir group of (6). These colorful keepsakes all sport images of the Indians ever cheerful mascot "Chief Wahoo", and all report in display worthy state, with light to moderate wear for the most part.
"Souvenir of Cleveland" silk pillow cases (3) measuring approximately 20x20 including the fringe. The colors differ with one white, one pink, and one gold, but the design is the same for all three, with the Chief batting over Municipal Stadium, and pennants around the perimeter naming the AL teams of the pre-expansion era;
Aprons (2): 17x15 vinyl "Greetings Cleveland" with the Chief batting at center, and monuments below and to the sides; "World Series 1954" 19x15 red and white cloth with the Chief wearing a crown with a faux gemstone; the graphics for this one show considerable wear;
"Cleveland Indians" 22x26 scarf with the Chief batting in front of the stands.