Royals Alternate Logo
The Rochester Royals were a professional basketball team in the National Basketball Association (NBA) from 1948 to 1957. During their time in the league, they had several alternate logos that have become iconic symbols of their legacy. The first logo was designed by legendary artist Bob Peak and featured a crown with an R inside it, symbolizing royalty. This logo was used from 1948-1951 and is still popular today among fans of the franchise.
The second alternate logo for the Royals came about during their 1951-1955 seasons when they changed to a more modern design featuring two crossed swords over an orange circle with “Rochester” written across it in blue lettering. This new design allowed them to stand out amongst other teams at this time as well as give them some much-needed recognition outside of just being known as “the team with that cool crown logo”.
Finally, during the 1956-57 season, they switched back to using Bob Peak’s original crown design but updated it slightly by adding gold accents around each point on top of its red background color scheme; which gave off even more regal vibes than before! With all these different designs throughout history, there is no doubt why so many people are still passionate about this franchise today - whether you prefer one particular version or like them all equally!
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1948 - 1957
A white crown in royal blue outline with the wordmark “NBA” in the crown.