Introduced to the market in 1913 by Cochrane, this Challenger King has much larger than normal dimples. The name is on the ball, but it is small and hard to read. A copy of a Challenger King advertisement that shows the ball is included in the images. The ball does not have any cuts but has been used. A bit of paint is worn off here and there. For being over 100 years old and having an unusual cover pattern, this is a very nice ball.
This ball is in third ball in the third row of the group image.