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Old 06-13-2019, 11:58 AM
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OMG... never noticed that, Rob...

Yes, he should be holding that bat differently. Definitely an R rated pose.
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OMG... never noticed that, Rob...

Yes, he should be holding that bat differently. Definitely an R rated pose.
Speaking of which ... I always thought this one could have been done a tiny bit better
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Anyone know how the Keexer pennants were sold? Any Keezer advertisements out there?
We need our resident historian to chime in. Kyle?
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Speaking of which ... I always thought this one could have been done a tiny bit better
Great post Greg! I've always cracked up at that one too...

Good thing the male bear's left leg isn't obscured behind the female's rear end. The artist was walking a very "fine line".
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Default 1930s/40s St Louis Browns Mini Pennant

Picked up this rather unusual early St Louis Browns 9 mini pennant at an estate sale, today. What I found unusual was the grommets at the base of the pennant and the extra long tassels(one of which is missing.
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Oh, don't you worry, I got some answers for you guys on Keezer; including a vintage ad that should answer some of these questions. Be patient. It'll all be on Pennant Fever soon enough....

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Speaking of which ... I always thought this one could have been done a tiny bit better

Ha! Whats the big deal...just bears being bears.
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Picked up this rather unusual early St Louis Browns 9 mini pennant at an estate sale, today. What I found unusual was the grommets at the base of the pennant and the extra long tassels(one of which is missing.
Very cool Browns Mini Pennant. When you see abnormally long tassels like that, you can pretty safely assume it was originally sold tied to a mini Bat (as a combination souvenir).
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Picked up this rather unusual early St Louis Browns 9 mini pennant at an estate sale, today. What I found unusual was the grommets at the base of the pennant and the extra long tassels(one of which is missing.
Kyle, while you are at it please explain these grommeted pennants. Big mystery! In full size, we see this in the late 30s/early 40s St. Louis pennants, both Browns and Cards. But there are also versions that explicitly date back as far as 1919.

The design is very distinct ... perhaps the most distinct of any brand. Some were made without grommets but what they all have in common is no sewn on strip along the wide end. Would love to know some history with these
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