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    1922 Canton Bulldogs Original Composite Photograph. Founded in November of 1904 as an esteemed member of the Ohio Football League, and as a member of the National Football League starting in 1920, the Canton Bulldogs are one of the earliest professional football teams in history, and one of most celebrated among advanced gridiron collectors.

    Widely considered as the equivalent to the New York Yankees in the early 20th century, the Bulldogs won the Ohio League Championship in 1917-19 and the NFL Championship in 1922-23, going undefeated for twenty-five straight game between 1921-23.

    Offered here is a beautiful original composite photograph featuring the NFL champion 1922 Canton Bulldogs. Featuring stars such as Chamberlin, Lyman, Henry, and even "Two Bits" the team mascot, the image measures at approximately 4.5x6.5", and it is beautifully framed and matted at 9x11.5". VG quality exhibited throughout.


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    Auction Dates
    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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