While recent decades have given Baltimoreans cause to applaud their Orioles and Ravens teams, the 1960s were headlined by since-moved Bullets and Colts franchises. These (2) vintage souvenirs are respectively signed by installments that include: 1965-66 Bullets: an “Official Pace” team logo ball with (12) signatures (average “7-8” strength) including Howell and Sloan; 1968 Colts: a white “Sears” pigskin with (30) signatures (average “7-8” strength) including Bu. Smith and Unitas. More on our website.
1965-66 Baltimore Bullets Team-Signed Basketball: an “Official Pace” Baltimore Bullets team-logo full-size basketball signed in black marker by (12). Signatures take well to the dimpled surface and average (“7-8”) potency. Includes: Barnes, Egan, Ferry, Green, Hightower, Howell, Kerr, Loughery, Ohl, Seymour (coach), Sloan and Warley.
Note: The ball does not fully inflate, yet displayed as though it does with no indentations.
1968 Baltimore Colts: a “Sears” white pigskin with black laces/stripes. Blue marker signatures average (“7-8”) quality and include: Alley, Ball, Bielski (coach), Boyd, T. Brown, Cogdill, Curry, Gaubatz, Grant, Hill, Hilton (inscribed “85”), Lee, Lyles, Matte, Miller, Orr, Porter, Ressler, Richardson, Sandusky (coach), B. R. Smith (inscribed “74”), Bu. Smith, Stukes, Sullivan, Szymanski, Unitas, Ward, S. Williams and (2) unidentified.
Note: the ball does not fully inflate.