The 1940's Rawlings glove discussed on the forum sold for $177. Overall in pretty decent shape despite a worn cloth patch and some wear to the liner. The tied pinky was cool. The player endorsement is a mystery, someone with the initials S__L__. Rawling's used local St. Louis Cardinals players for some of the endorsements like Stu Martin and lesser known players from other teams such as Dib Williams and Bill Brubaker. May be that was a marketing strategy? Anyway, the glove has a great look to it with the long pocket and stubby fingers and brought a strong price.
An early crescent pad Victor Sporting Goods glove sold for $600 on ebay. The Victor gloves are hard to find. This one is in good shape, especially the front with the nice full crescent pad. The back has some wear to the wool liner. The glove is identified by the Victor wrist strap button.