“Next up was a watch fob, the championship pendant awarded to members of that 1924 world title-winning outfit. The World Series ring wasn’t always a staple of post-title celebrations, Odell explained; some champions chose a watch, or a lapel pin, or various other sorts of 1920s bling.
The Senators’ 1924 jewelry showed the Capitol Dome flanked by a pair of eagles, resting atop two crossed baseball bats. In the middle of those bats was a baseball, with a diamond plopped in its center. The Hall of Fame’s watch fob came from then-commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis. (Commissioners annually receive a World Series ring, or lapel pin, or watch fob, and then by tradition donate it to the Hall of Fame).”
Artifact of DC baseball history from the Hall of Fame. Click the image for a few more. And, BTW, WANT.