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Gibbs-Conner Early-1950s Boston Braves Bank

Lot Number 518

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While they certainly didn’t fare as well in the standings, the Boston Braves came across as a bit more fierce than did the Cleveland Indians in this early-1950s Gibbs-Conner porcelain bank. Standing approximately 6-1/2”-tall on a green rounded base, the Native American mascot (preceding Chief Noc-A-Homa) is complete with a tomahawk and war paint as he stands beside a baseball receptacle with a raised "B." This rare survivor is in spectacular condition!



 
 
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