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Old 02-22-2024, 04:57 AM
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I just picked up these 7 pins. Each one is 3 1/4 inches.
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I just picked up these 7 pins. Each one is 3 1/4 inches.
I like those. They’re obviously a bit earlier than most of the larger logo pins you see. I guess early to mid-60’s?

I’m not sure “my” Giants have a pin that would fit in that set. This one might, but there are no graphics. Then again, the Giants have never had any sort of a mascot logo.
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Old 02-22-2024, 06:37 AM
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I like those. They’re obviously a bit earlier than most of the larger logo pins you see. I guess early to mid-60’s?
I'm not really sure when they came out. I was thinking maybe mid to late 50's, but that's just a guess. I really like the look too as well as the size. There's a lot of pins that I wish came in a larger size so you could see the details more clearly. .
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I'm not really sure when they came out. I was thinking maybe mid to late 50's, but that's just a guess. I really like the look too as well as the size. There's a lot of pins that I wish came in a larger size so you could see the details more clearly. .
Could well be. Maybe someone has some evidence to nail down a date. I can’t think of ANY NY Giants of that size and era…

edit: the logos…particularly St. Louis, Pittsburgh and Cleveland…might provide a definitive clue for dating.
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I would love some opinions on this recent sale. Had only seen this pin at 3.5 inches. Repo?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/39520158240...mis&media=COPY
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I would love some opinions on this recent sale. Had only seen this pin at 3.5 inches. Repo?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/39520158240...mis&media=COPY
Yikes! One inch? I dunno.
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Could well be. Maybe someone has some evidence to nail down a date. I can’t think of ANY NY Giants of that size and era…

edit: the logos…particularly St. Louis, Pittsburgh and Cleveland…might provide a definitive clue for dating.
With the nationals and Milwaukee usage, I would’ve thought 1953 to 55-ish.
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Yikes! One inch? I dunno.
I’m afraid it’s a fantasy pin and someone got taken.
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I’m afraid it’s a fantasy pin and someone got taken.
It could just be the ebay pictures, but the resolution looks fuzzy. I would agree….fantasy piece.
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I’m afraid it’s a fantasy pin and someone got taken.
Mike was a fantasy piece... looks like one of those pinzplus pieces of junk that someone tried to sell as legit.. wrong size right size 3 1/4 inch... Dont be surprised as the shiller with 1 feedback won it and it gets put back up very soon.....
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Mike was a fantasy piece... looks like one of those pinzplus pieces of junk that someone tried to sell as legit.. wrong size right size 3 1/4 inch... Dont be surprised as the shiller with 1 feedback won it and it gets put back up very soon.....
That’s what I figured. Thanks Al.
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Today’s antique store rescues! A 1990, 25th anniversary square pinback from Atlanta’s former AAA team, the Richmond Braves. I’m a sucker for Richmond baseball stuff!

Secondly, an original 1969 (not the 1983 repop version) MLBPA pinback of Tommy Helms of the Reds.
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