This 1920's unique Burke Hanna bat is simply fantastic.
It measures 34 inches and features the "bat" logo at center and "Burke Hanna" like an endorsement on the barrel.
The bat has a very thick handle, and measures in at 30 inches.
His signature was emblazoned on Louisville Sluggers, a tradition that continues to this day.
Frank Bradsby, a salesman, signed on to partner with Hillerich in 1911, although the bats were not branded as Hillerich & Bradsby until 1916.
Soon Hillerich & Bradsby were manufacturing bats for the biggest stars in the game, and by the mid-1920s, legends like Babe Ruth were swinging Louisville Sluggers—Ruth used a model R-43.
This bat is a fine example of the exceptional quality produced by the D&M Sporting Goods Company.
This 1920's D&M Major League Special model baseball bat has seen very little, if any use and retains the beautiful smooth finish that it had since the day it was made. This 1920's Lou Gehrig model baseball bat is both very scarce and early.