Better than money in the bank these (2) Gibbs-Connor pieces are practically worth their weight in gold. Offered are (2) 1950s G-C banks with: Cleveland Indians mascot “Chief Wahoo” and Chicago White Sox winged sock, both displaying fantastic luster and immaculate surfaces. Measuring 6-1/2 x 5 x 3" the Chief sports an ear to ear grin in celebration of the Indians 1954 then AL record “111-win” season, proclaimed on the adjoining baseball. Adorned with an angelic wing the pale-hose piece stands 9” high on a 3-3/4” round base. More on our website.
The offered items are two of the finest Gibbs-Connor pieces we have seen with only minute factory firing flaws detected. Both are absent the rubber stoppers which fit in the base. Whether gold rises or falls these gorgeous collectibles should only appreciate in value.