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1936 Alabama (Wooden Coasters)

1936 Alabama (Wooden Coasters)

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1936 Alabama Wooden Ticket Coasters by COOLSTUB™

Set of four premium University of Alabama wooden ticket stub coasters. The Alabama Crimson Tide finished undefeated in 1936 going 8-0-1 under Coach Frank Thomas, and finished # 4 in the AP Poll. The only blemish on the Tide's record was a 0-0 tie with the Tennessee Volunteers on a game played at Legion Field in Birmingham on October 17. ( The Third Saturday in October is the annual rivalry game between the two schools.)

Alabama played its home games at Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa and Legion Field in Birmingham. In 1936, Bama"s first  three games on consecutive Saturdays were at Denny Stadium, and all three opponents were shutout. On September 26, Alabama beat Howard 34-0; on October 3,  Bama beat Clemson 32-0; and on October 10, the Tide beat Mississippi State 7-0. 

These Alabama ticket coasters are a great gift for any Bama fan or any college football history buff.  Robust and longer-lasting than ordinary coasters, COOLSTUB™ square wooden coasters come with rounded corners and an extra coating for added durability. Printed on quarter inch birch wood with sustainable water-based inks, our coasters feature a mounted cork bottom to protect against scratches on delicate table surfaces. No white is printed which allows the natural wood grain to show through the ticket image. Each coaster will vary in wood grain patterns, meaning no two coasters will ever look completely the same. Our coasters are water & heat resistant. Easy to clean, simply use a wet rag to wipe them off. Alabama finished undefeated in 1936 going 8-0-1 under Coach Frank Thomas.

  • Handcrafted in the U.S.A.
  • Set includes four coasters
  • Quarter inch birch wood coasters
  • Ships within 4 business days
  • Unique Alabama gift idea

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