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Old 09-28-2020, 09:36 PM
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I recently picked up a nice memorabilia collection that included these two pins. Hoping someone could help with the age and approximate value. Thanks.
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Old 09-28-2020, 10:16 PM
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The Cardinals pin sold for $86.00 on ebay recently:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-amp-Vi...p2047675.l2557

The Missouri pin is for sale on ebay for $12.50:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-195...MAAOSwem9ebXjA
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Sorry,double post.

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Old 09-28-2020, 10:18 PM
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I recently picked up a nice memorabilia collection that included these two pins. Hoping someone could help with the age and approximate value. Thanks.
Your Missouri football pin is common ,yours looks to be in nice shape range 8-15 dollars. Your cardinals pin also looks in nice shape I believe its 2 1/8 size saint louis button company on the back, more collectible with a range of 40 -70 dollars. Hope that helps...
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Old 09-29-2020, 03:13 AM
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Default Austin Ju Ju Drum in pinback

Can anyone ID this pin?
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I doubt the Austin pin was issued that way -- someone probably made it on their own at home.
It has a cool look to it.

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Old 09-29-2020, 06:10 AM
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I doubt the Austin pin was issued that way -- someone probably made it on their own at home.
It has a cool look to it.

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Very strange looking.....you would normally think someone wold paste another image on top of a pin....this one looks as if someone cut through the cello and put the image behind the hole. I also noticed the Union stamp is relatively large.
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I doubt the Austin pin was issued that way -- someone probably made it on their own at home.
It has a cool look to it.

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Agreed looks like someone cut out that image and glued it to the front of a pin.. If you look at the image its creased and is missing paper that wouldnt really happen on a cello button IMO...

Rob I dont think they cut the cello( extremely hard to do) I think they glued it on the front I believe the plastic cello look is coming from the plastic of the coin holder.....
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Old 09-29-2020, 02:14 PM
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Rob I dont think they cut the cello( extremely hard to do) I think they glued it on the front I believe the plastic cello look is coming from the plastic of the coin holder.....
But doesn’t the brown part look to be on top of the image, especially at about one o’clock?
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But doesn’t the brown part look to be on top of the image, especially at about one o’clock?
Actually it does... But in any event its home made isnt really worth spit.... IMHO
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Hoping someone can help with this...

I posted about it a while ago in a dedicated thread but didn't get many opinions and hadn't aquired the pin just yet. This is a pinback that celebrates the 1937 University of Colorado football team that played in the 2nd annual Cotton Bowl on New Year's Day, 1938.

I am certain that the pin is authentic based on the manufacturer, Colorado Badge and Novelty Co., as well as the fact that Colorado was not even victorious in the Cotton Bowl, losing to the Rice Owls by a score of 28-14. However, I am curious as to how scarce early bowl pins would be? There were only five bowl games that teams could participate in during the 1937-38 college football season and playing in one and accepting an invitation was a great accomplishment for any school of the day.

In regards to the actual pin, I have seen only one other similar pin, commemorating CU Band Day in 1940. This was also produced by the Colorado Badge and Novelty Co.

My goal is to collect a pin from every bowl game CU has played in up to the present day (2016 Alamo Bowl.) I figure the '38 Cotton Bowl would be the toughest to find with the second toughest being the 1957 Orange Bowl.

Any and all information or opinions on this pin welcome! Thank you!
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Great pin, Jake. My semi-educated guess would be it has to be pretty rare. After all, it’s 80+ years old.

My question is, what does SUTAK mean????
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