Old State of Ohio football shirt. The football is blue with a white graphic design and the logo on the front is faded. The back has some color fading as well in original condition and still have some of the beads from the original design. This t-shirt was made by reproduction process and is not leather which means it will come with no stains or wear. This shirt was manufactured by the state of Ohio, during the late 1870’s. It is 5’6″ tall and wears size 8. The logo is made from a hand written pattern on brown wool felt with black wash paint.
Vintage State of Ohio Football EST.1890 Shirt and ladies teeThe United States State of Ohio football team was active from 1876 to 1901 and played the University of Texas at Austin in the regular season until 1980. The team won three consecutive Rose Bowls, one championship game (1962) and a Rose Bowl win in 1963. It was nicknamed “The Buckeye State”. This product is the EST.1890 Ohio State University football shirt from the early 1960s and is an iconic item that endures. The shirt was created by designer Bill Weaver, who was a former Ohio State Buckeyes player himself. The design of this shirt has been updated several times over its history to keep up with the state’s evolution into college football.
We don’t sell a lot of Hoodies as there are some cool Aztec-themed ones that tend to be pretty expensive. But we love the Aztec theme and always like to offer one on sale or low price. This is a Heritage blue one, but it’s not quite this bright so if you’re looking for something more muted in tone, see our Classic Blue Hoodie instead. This Team State of Ohio Football EST.1890 Shirt is Great souvenir, great promotion and a great product to make people happy while they are looking at the football game.
Vintage State of Ohio Football EST.1890 Shirt, hoodie, sweater and long sleeve
The Sweater is made from the ‘Original’ fleece fabric and features the popular Vintage State of Ohio logo. Originally worn by college athletes, it has been an iconic symbol for over 100 years. Eric Davis, a member of the Ohio State Buckeyes football team from 1891-1893, played as a forward at Ohio State University. A native of Cincinnati, he was one of three brothers (Eddie and William) who also played on the first ever National Football League team in 1889. He spent time with several teams including the Cleveland Bulldogs, Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cardinals. In 1893 he joined up with Frank Gifford as coach of their undefeated 22 game season winning streak against Texas High School (1908).
A colorful Ohio State Buckeyes football jersey with a vintage state of the art logo on the chest. The shirt is printed on a 100% premium cotton Tencel canvas and has an extended collar featuring blue and white stripes, plus faux stitching throughout. This vintage state of Ohio football jersey from the 1890s bulldog pant is highly collectible and will sell for a high price. The leather gets stained over time and bleeds white with age, but this rustic look is still appealing to many collectors.
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