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Early 1900's ** Original/Vintage" Game Used/Worn Leather Football Helmet * with Rally Day Sunday School - Football Player Theme Postcard 1900s

 Very Rare early 1900's Football helmet with Vintage early 1900s "Rally Day" Sunday School Football themed Post Card.  The helmet is made of a solid leather with the interior being made of straps/strings to keep the head from hitting the top of the helmet.  The chin strap is still attached to both sides of the helmet but it is a little torn.  Overall it is in VG/EX shape.  The postcard is also very rare and is from the early 1900s.  The photo shows a 1900s football player (in leather helmet - sames as being sold) with the saying " interference next Sunday, It's Rally Day... I am glad when they said unto me, Let us go into the house of the Lord" Ps 122:1

The back of the post card is clean of any writing - and state the Post Card # 803 manufactured by A-C Press in the USA and you were supposed to list the date and time and place of the Rally for Sunday School. 


100% Authentic Team

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