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Nicknamed "The Arkansas Hummingbird," Lon Warneke evenly split his 15-year career pitching for both the Cubs and Cardinals. After concluding his playing career, Warneke was an umpire in the minor leagues (1946-1948) and the National League (1949-1955). He later became a judge in his hometown of Mount Ida, Arkansas. Warneke is featured on this 16-1/4" tall by 18" wide point of purchase die-cut cardboard standee produced by Red Man Tobacco. This standee has been mounted to a die-cut matte board for framing with the front showing substantial handling wear and areas of water damage. Shows evidence of moderate professional restoration. Apparent GD condition overall.
1940’S LON WARNEKE RED MAN TOBACCO DIE-CUT ADVERTISING DISPLAY
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Auction closed on: 11/14/2010