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Here is a lovely winged lady holding up a torch to the heavens on a wooden base. If you know anyone not competing in this Summer's Olympic Games who you nevertheless feel deserves an award, consider this magnificent item. This modern day Winged Victory stands 14 inches tall, her base is 5" by 5".

the plaque on the front reads:
Charles Baker
Achievement Award
It slides out, so you could replace it with on of your own if you choose.

The fifth photo shows the bottom, Which has a label reading:
Trophies & Engraving
1527 San Pablo
GL 1-9738

What does this last line mean? In the olden days Telephone numbers had the physical location indicated at the beginning of the number, this began to be phased out in the late 1950s. That is, the first two letters would indicate the location. I'm not sure why the first two letters are not "OA" if this is San Pablo Avenue in Oakland, though. Anyway, this lady is probably from the early 1960s.

Flaws to note:
It isn't actually made out of gold, but is in fact chrome, some of which is pitted, and there is a bit of silver colored metal showing through on one of her wings.
The wooden base has a crack in it, which is shown on the right in the last photo
The wood has marks and vintage wear

Ships parcel post.

Trophy goddess with olympic style torch, going for the gold


  • Vintage item
  • Material: vintage trophy
  • Only ships within United States.
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  • Favorited by: 28 people