1910 PD2 Morton’s Buster Brown Bread Detroit Tigers Pins Set and Checklist
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|Title||Morton’s Buster Brown Bread Detroit Tigers Pins|
|Size||1 1/4″ diameter
|Images||Black and White|
|Number in Set
||15 or 16|
1910 PD2 Morton’s Buster Brown Bread Detroit Tigers Pins Overview
These Buster Brown Bread pins were created to commemorate the 1909 American League Champion Detroit Tigers team. They were created in conjunction with another set from Morton’s that year – the 1910 Pennant Winners set, which also featured the Tigers and had somewhat of a similar design for the company’s Pennant Winner Bread brand.
The Buster Brown Bread pins appear to be more scarce.
The pins include a black and white player image in a circle against a yellow background. The top has a blue Morton’s pennant and the pin also has a cartoon of a young child and a Tiger holding a baseball bat.
One interesting thing about the pins is that names are not printed on them.
1910 PD2 Morton’s Buster Brown Bread Detroit Tigers Pins Checklist
Here is a checklist of the known set. It should be noted that Jim Delahanty is known to exist but is either misidentified or does not appear on most checklists.
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