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Re: Glove ID? And help dating?

March 6 2017 at 11:50 PM
Steven KeyMan  (Premier Login keymancollectibles)
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Response to Glove ID? And help dating?

Hello TxCoach,

At first I thought it was a Wilson 3 finger Ball Hawk but without any legible markings, model No. or a manufacture stamping such as "Grip-Tite Pocket" it would be hard to distinguish it from any of the other companies that made a 3 finger model. In 1947 Wilson Patent the 3 Finger Ball Hawk (two fingers & thumb) IN the early 1950's they added a finger (3 fingers & thumb)

There were at least 5 manufactures that made this style glove in the 1950's. Wilson even made about 3 or 4 variations of this model. If you could make out any of the stamping even a partial word it might help identify the maker. -Steven KeyMan

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