Was my antique store find made by the Heisman Trophy sculptor?

Worn Over Time
Jan 15, 2016 · 3 min read
Frank Eliscu (1912–1996) was 23 when he was commissioned to design the Heisman trophy. He completed it in 1935. (Source Image URL from prweb)
Left signature from a large Frank Eliscu ‘Noah’s Arc’ Bronze Sculpture. (Source: Live Auctioneers)
Nose reconstruction, circa 1944 (Source: The Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine)
Even in the army, Frank never stopped sculpting. (Source: Frank Elisu Facebook Page)
The bronze bust (left) was up for auction and is actually three times the size of the mine (right). (Source: Rago Auction)

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