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In the early days of basketball, most American high schools were far smaller than their present day counterparts. During the first decades of the 20th century, when this uniform was likely worn, basketball quickly became the ideal interscholastic sport due to its modest equipment and personnel requirements. In the early part of the 20th Century, the popularity of high school basketball was unrivaled in many parts of America. This collection of high school uniforms includes one FULL SET of shirt and shorts, plus an additional shirt. The full set is made of maroon wool with orange trim, with the shirt emblazoned with the nickname “Sioux” in script with an Indian head on the left breast and the number “8” on the reverse. The shorts are somewhat faded, have an equally faded tag with a buckle and button combination for secure comfort. The additional shirt is also made of wool, all black with horizontal orange striping sandwiched around “CA” in old-fashioned white felt letters on the front and the number “13” in similar style on the reverse. Considering their age, all three items are in excellent condition with the black shirt having several holes repaired, with one not repaired hole. An original collection of early high school basketball “game worn” relics, evidenced by lots of intrigue and possibly a “Hoosiers” style game winning shot or two in its history.
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Minimum Bid: $300.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $597.50
Number Bids: 4
Auction closed on Sunday, May 8, 2016.
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