Wilson is nicer in my opinion.
A Rawlings bat Pappi uses a Nokona Bloodline as well
there are catching gloves, 1st basemens glove, infielders glove and outfielders glove.
Nokona put out the Cal Abrams model G50 baseball glove in the early 1950s.
An outfielders' baseball glove.
Many of the baseball gloves are worth prices close to $200. The exact amount will depend upon the age of the glove and its condition.
I believe the mitt is formed incorrectly. Love the Praying Mantis catchers mitt and wilson a2000
I am not completely sure about the glove you mention but I can tell you that I found a glove that was auctioned off on huntauction.com that stated it was a Nokona model BM82 right handed throw with a Joe Jackson signature stamp on the right side in very good condition. The high bid was $325.00. The original Nokona gloves were made in the 1940s, well after Joe Jackson ended his career. There is in fact some speculation that they were the signature glove of another Joe Jackson. Many Nokona gloves carried the stamped endorsements of minor league or local Texas league players. An identical Joe Jackson glove was made in the 1990s by Nokona to supply the growing nostalgia market. I would say an old Nokona is worth about $125.00 tops, while the newer repro about $30.00 - $70.00 Its a quality glove, made in the USA( only 2% of all gloves are still made here), and its made to last. I have 1930 Nokonas that look brand new. Now, if were talking a Joe Jackson signature glove that was issued during the teens and early 20s were talking $1,500 to $20,000 priced to condition accordingly.
Akadema Inc. and Nokona only glove manufacturers in the USA. The art of making a baseball gloves is extemely difficult. I suggest contacting one of the companies if you are curious. www.akademapro.com www.nocono.com
Going strictly on brand name, the best you can buy is Nokona. Very expensive but a great glove that will last forever. You can't just go on brand, though. You have to have a glove that fits you and does what you need it to do. That comes with trial and error.