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1914 award trophy, bronze and silver by Heintz Art Metal Company. Charles Morgan H.Atherton, Penn State University Alumni.1914 award trophy, bronze and silver by Heintz Art Metal Company. Charles Morgan H.Atherton, Penn State University Alumni.1914 award trophy, bronze and silver by Heintz Art Metal Company. Charles Morgan H.Atherton, Penn State University Alumni.1914 award trophy, bronze and silver by Heintz Art Metal Company. Charles Morgan H.Atherton, Penn State University Alumni.1914 award trophy, bronze and silver by Heintz Art Metal Company. Charles Morgan H.Atherton, Penn State University Alumni.1914 award trophy, bronze and silver by Heintz Art Metal Company. Charles Morgan H.Atherton, Penn State University Alumni.1914 award trophy, bronze and silver by Heintz Art Metal Company. Charles Morgan H.Atherton, Penn State University Alumni.1914 award trophy, bronze and silver by Heintz Art Metal Company. Charles Morgan H.Atherton, Penn State University Alumni.

A beautiful presentation trophy in bronze with silver overlay by Heintz Art Metal Company, 1914.

This piece is inscribed - "Greater New York Championship 1914 - Consolation - Won By Charles M.H. Atherton".

A wonderful Heintz Art Metal Company trophy, especially considering the provenance and Mr. Atherton's colorful history. Please read the BIO below for a full appreciation of the former owners rich background.

"Charles Morgan Herbert Atherton (November 19, 1874 in New Brunswick, NJ – December 19, 1934 in Vienna, Austria) is a former Major League Baseball third baseman.

Nicknamed "Prexy", he batted and threw right-handed, was 5 ft 10 in tall and weighed 160 pounds. Atherton attended Penn State University.

Atherton was also an early professional football player and coach for the Greensburg Athletic Association. He was the son of Penn State president George W. Atherton and he was Penn State's first sports star as a member of the school's baseball and football teams. He is also credited with inventing the place kick.

Atherton made his Major League debut on May 30, 1899 at the age of 24. He hit .248 in 242 at bats in 1899, which would end up being his only Major League season. He also hit 5 doubles, 6 triples and had 23 RBI. Defensively, Atherton committed 26 errors, which was fourth worst on the now defunct Washington Senators team of the National League. He played his final game on August 22, 1899.

Outside of sports, Charlie was an accomplished musician and writer who witnessed the Russian Revolution, World War I, and the Nazis rise to power first hand. He documented each event in highly descriptive letters to his sister, Harriet." - credited to Wikipedia.

This trophy is in good condition with minor handling dings and wear. The trophy measures 6" tall and 4 1/2" wide from handle to handle.

The base is marked - 6571 (Heintz numbers on trophies,loving cups & plaques). Heintz trademark in diamond. Sterling Bronze, Pat. Aug.27,'12.

Item ID: MISC484

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1914 award trophy, bronze and silver by Heintz Art Metal Company. Charles Morgan H.Atherton, Penn State University Alumni.

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