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Old 04-23-2018, 10:02 PM
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Both the Pin and NY Giants Pennant are from 1951. So it's interesting that the SF Giants would rekindle that Mascot 7 years (or more) later.

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Thanks, Mark and Rob.

Makes me wonder about distribution. Were these pennants produced by the team? Did they "take" the designs from NY to SF? Or were vendors producing pennants in NY with old designs and then transporting them to SF for sale?
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Old 04-24-2018, 08:46 AM
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Both the Pin and NY Giants Pennant are from 1951. So it's interesting that the SF Giants would rekindle that Mascot 7 years (or more) later.

Nice pickups Marc!
Im curious, Mark, how youre dating that pennant to 1951. I know the pins have sold on their original store displays and Im guessung there might be a copyright date on those displays. Is it not possible for the NY pennant to be 1951 through 1957?
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Old 04-24-2018, 10:20 AM
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Yes it’s possible that they kept the pennant running for a number of years. It was commonly done by many teams, and is quite possible.

I can date that style to 1951 because I have had a couple from that series of Pennants with ink hand writing on the reverse, commemorating the event. Both were dated... the St. Louis Browns was July something, and the Philly Athletics was from a Field Trip of some kind in August... both dated 1951.

But as you said... they could possibly have been produced for a number of subsequent years. The only evidence against that is the fact that this series is quite rare. The ones that were produced in long runs are typically more common today... like the Indians Pennant with Chief Wahoo’s Head, or the Reds with the Batter inside the “C”, or the Pirates with the Pirate Head biting the Knife. The ones you see over and over... and this Giants version is not in that category.

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Old 04-27-2018, 10:56 AM
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Who else has a pennant with baseball produce? Yep, that is a head of lettuce playing baseball. From the California League of my youth.

If only the early 1900 CA teams had pennants. We could see the Fresno Raisin Eaters and San Jose Prune Pickers.
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Very cool one, Marc...

And don’t forget the famed Gilroy Garlic Growers!

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Guys............I picked this Tigers full size pennant up last week. The style of the Tiger logo matches the 1940's version in Mike Egner's book, but this version I have reads 'Mich.' instead of 'Tigers'. Is this a more scarce version? Thanks.......Matt
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I'm guessing it's a travel pennant...the logo seemed to fit multiple genres.

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