Thursday, February 07, 2013

A Bunch of Oddball Dodger Items from eBay

Lately, I've found myself window shopping on eBay.  Most of the time, I look for vintage Dodger cards to add to my collection, but lately I've been looking out for the weird and unusual.  I guess you can say that I love the oddball stuff.  It's great to find value in something that isn't likely to be worth a lot, but would sure look great in my collection.  Below are some items that I think would qualify.
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Featured here is a circa 1970's cardboard mobile.  I love the cartoon caricatures of the Dodger players, and the thought that this kind of item might have been used to indoctrinate a young child into the Dodger family.  I say, start the kids young! 
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Below is another item from the same seller.  It's a circa 1970's Dodgers notepad.  Inside are various cartoons sure to provide a smile.  Check them out below.
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And finally, check out the greeting card below.  The seller claims it is from the 1950's, and was made by Klever Cards.  I've never seen this item before, so I know nothing about it.  Nevertheless, I found it hilarious- even as it seeks to make fun of Dodger fans.
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