Stallions Alternate Logo
The Baltimore Stallions are a beloved part of CFL history, having been the only American team to ever win the Grey Cup in 1995. While their primary logo is an iconic image for many fans, few may know that they also had an alternate logo during their time in Baltimore. This lesser-known symbol was used on certain merchandise and other materials related to the team throughout its three-year run from 1994 - 1996.
The alternate logo featured two horses rearing up with a football between them and “Baltimore” written above it all in bold black lettering. The design was meant to represent strength and unity, as well as pay homage to Maryland’s equestrian heritage – which dates back centuries before professional football even existed! It has since become highly sought after by collectors who appreciate its unique symbolism and connection with one of Canada's most successful teams at the time.
The original artwork for this emblem was created by local artist Jim Hennessey who drew inspiration from his own experiences growing up near horse farms outside of Washington D.C. He wanted something that would be easily recognizable yet still capture both sides of what makes Maryland so special: sportsmanship & nature alike! The result? A timeless piece that stands out amongst other logos associated with Canadian Football League franchises past or present-day – no matter how much things have changed over time!
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1994 - 1995
A side view of a dark blue stallion with three stars and three stripes. Wordmark “BALTIMORE” with a white with blue trim football helmet with red maple leaf with “CFL” and “COLTS” in dark blue.