Vintage pennants are difficult to date to a specific season. Many pennants were for sale at the ballparks for several years in a row. Team logo's and artwork could help in dating. Often team will use the same artwork on other souvenirs like programs, and yearbooks making it possible to date to a specific year. A 1950's Chicago White Sox Winged Foot Pennant is worth about $100. - $125. in excellent to near/mint condition. Even minor flaws will bring the price down significantly. Common flaws with pennants are missing ties, pin holes, frying, creases, and "crackling" on the printing. Sometimes people will trim down a pennant to rid it of the frying or other flaws like a flat tip (point) Caused by being pinned up and ripped off. Any of these flaws will degrade the pennant significantly. Doctored pennants - A term used to describe a pennant that has been altered to cover up a flaw, is a practice that is frowned upon among the collecting community, and could sell for less than a pennant with the flaws it was meant to cover up.
Most pre 1970 full sized (12" x 30") felt pennants sell for below $50.- $100. Photo pennants, and scroll or roster pennants listing team players, Championship, and World Series Pennants are more desired by collectors and will sell for more. Premium mini pennants offered by candy companies in a special offer for example could also sell for more. As with all collectibles condition is important.
The value of vintage wooden jewelry boxes from the 1950s varies upon its condition and collector value. Some vintage boxes have sold for anywhere from $12.00 to $40.00.
The Yankees won the pennant every year in the 1950s, except for 1954, when the Cleveland Indians won and 1959, when the Chicago White Sox won. By coincidence, the same man managed both of those teams. The manager was Al Lopez.
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when i was a little girl in the church of the nazarene in 1950 we used a dark maroon cover hymnal to sing with, looking for one.
The website Classic Car Database can offer a wealth of information surrounding classic antique cars from the 1950s. Another helpful website could be Vintage Ad Browser, which has a section about 1950s car advertisements.
The question is much too vague. There are hotpoint stoves from the 1920s through the 1950s all in varying condition. Please be more specific.
The US Air Force developed an actual, flying saucer-shaped aircraft in the 1950s. There appeared to be no advantages of a saucer over a more standard aircraft configuration, so the idea was dropped. There are no other flying saucers in the galaxy, that we know of.
You can try an online search using your favorite search engine. You might try searching using words such as "vintage shoes", "Pappagallo", "1950s shoes," or "1960s shoes."Ê
Aero Morgan powered by a pre-war HRD Series A 998cc Vee twin. See Radco's Vintage Motorcyclist's Workshop page 63, for a picture.
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St. Louis Cardinals Pennant ValueTo find out what your Cardinals pennant is worth we have to first determine a number of factors. What Year was the pennant made? Is the Pennant from a championship year? Condition is important. On average a St. Louis Cardinals pennant will sell for anywhere between $25.00 - $50.00 pre 1970s, and as low as $10. to $25. after that. A 1950s Signature pennant can sell as high as $150.00. A pennant with a popular players name like Stan Musial on it will increase the value as will if it is from a championship year. A pennant with the old Busch Stadium would also be more collectible. And like everything else supply and demand will determine the price. Condition is always Key.For more information see related Links below