Collection of eight Brooklyn Dodgers felt mini pennants and five circular patches dating from the 1940s and 1950s. All the pennants display the team name "Dodgers" or "Brooklyn Dodgers," while five also picture an illustration of a generic player. One of the pennants pictures Emmett Kelly, whose clown character served as the club's mascot in 1957. The pennants range in length from 5.5" to 14.5," averaging approximately 8.5". One of the pennants is trimmed along one edge and all display wear commensurate with their age and former use, including crazing to the painted images and letters. Very Good condition overall. The patches all display the team name "Dodgers" or "Brooklyn Dodgers." Two picture a generic player, while another features the "Brooklyn Bum." Diameters range from 3" to 4.5". Moderate wear overall, with two showing evidence on the reverse of having once been affixed to a garment. Very Good condition overall.