The “tools of the trade” for various athletic pursuits is available with these fifteen vintage multi-sport equipment pieces. Highlights include:
Baseball: (2 items) with 1-2.) (2) circa 1930s Spalding wool jerseys for the “Society of Savings” club and another unidentified team (extensive use with holes, fabric separation, and moderate soiling);
Football: (2 items) with 1-2.) pair of circa 1930s Golden Sporting Shoe spikes (moderate to extensive use);
Hockey: (5 items) with 1.) circa 1920s full-sized college hockey stick (extensive use); 2-3.) circa 1925-1930 hockey sweater #2 of possible town club or minor league team (moderate to extensive wear with several holes and tears on purple fabric) and 5x7 reproduction photo of team with players identified on reverse; 4-5.) (2) circa 1925-1930 purple-and-white stirrups (moderate to extensive wear with multiple holes on purple fabric);
Tennis: (6 items) with 1-2.) (2) circa 1940s-1950s D&M “Aristocrat” racquets (one 10% detached netting, one has writing) with individual cloth pouches (minor writing, one has moderate fabric fraying); 3-6.) (4) circa 1950s Tretorn tennis balls (all with owners initials) and original display box with moderate panel contusions.