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See a Picture of this Item 204 Incredible Gene "Big Daddy" Lipscomb Baltimore Colts professional model jersey with 1958 "Greatest Game Ever Played" attribution. White dureen jersey with blue shoulder stripe accents has player number "76" on front, back, and sleeves. On the front tail is a wash tag which remains stitched on only at the right side along with vestiges of the original manufacturers tag. Outstanding usage wear can be found throughout with numerous, and in some cases larger than normal, team repairs. Included handwritten letter from Hall of Fame team mate Lenny Moore reads in part, "This jersey was given to me for my collection following our Championship in New York by my best friend Big Daddy Lipscomb in 1958. It has been one of my prized possessions ever since. Sincerely Lenny Moore." Drafted into the Marines, Lipscomb played basketball and football while stationed at Camp Pendleton catching the eye of the Los Angeles Rams. He joined the team upon his discharge in 1953 and was traded to the Colts in 1956. Under Coach Weeb Ewbank he evolved into Baltimore's top tackler and played a key role on both the 1958 and 59 Championship teams earning Pro-Bowl selections in each of those seasons. An exceptional representation with unparalled provenance and a compelling attribution to what is perhaps the most storied professional football game ever played. Includes auction LOA from JSA (autograph), letter of provenance from teammate Lenny Moore, and LOA from Hunt Auctions (jersey): EX $5,000.00   ($5,000-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $5,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 211 Important Baltimore Colts 1958/59 Championship flag as flow in Memorial Stadium. Cloth flag executed in blue with white trim lettered "World Champions" on either side with 1958 and 1959 years noted in matching font. One side has additional "Baltimore Colts" team name and both have a variation of the famed bucking Colt logo. An included letter of provenance relays that it was flown in Center Field at Memorial Stadium, below the American flag, from September 27, 1959 until January 3, 1971. When removed from service it was presented to John Ziemann (whom has signed the letter) of the Baltimore Colts Marching Band. Ziemann's involvement with the band, which was the subject of a recent documentary entitled "The Band That Wouldn't Die", continues through the present. The flag measures approx. 79"x125" and displays wear consistent with long term outdoor use including mild soiling with some more pronounced spots and a few small holes/tears. The Baltimore Colts epitomized the rise of the NFL during the 1950-60s era building a legacy for excellence among the elite league franchises. A notably significant piece which long paid tribute to what many consider one of the greatest teams in history at their home field: EX $6,000.00   ($7,500-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $6,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 224 Late 1950s Art Donovan Baltimore Colts professional model jersey. Blue dureen jersey with three quarter length sleeves has blue and white shoulder stripe accents. Player number "70" appears on front, back, and sleeves. "MacGregor" manufacturers tag on front tail noting size (50) has adjacent "XL" and wash tags. Exceptionally well preserved with light usage and wash wear evident throughout. A stand out player on a team loaded with talent, Art Donovan helped anchor the Baltimore Colts defense for nearly a decade. A key figure on both their 1958 and 59 Championship teams, his crucial overtime tackle during "The Greatest Game Ever Played" allowed Johnny Unitas to lead the Colts (80) yard scoring drive to win. A member of both the Football and U.S. Marine Corps Sports Halls of Fame. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $7,500.00   ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to online bidding $7,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 227 Important 1964 Johnny Unitas Baltimore Colts "Most Valuable Player" trophy. Visually striking presentational piece features a full sized metal figural football displayed atop wooden square base. An engraved metal placard on the front reads, "John Unitas, Most Valuable Player Baltimore Colts, 1964." Unitas lead the Colts to a 12-2 record, which included (10) straight victories, and a Championship Game appearance. Although they would ultimately fall to the Cleveland Browns, Unitas was voted the NFL's Most Valuable Player by the AP and UPI. Significant award piece stands around 15.5" tall with little mentionable wear. Given directly to Duke Hott by Johnny Unitas while on a visit to "The Golden Arm." Includes letter of provenance from Duke Hott: EX/MT-NM $60,000.00   ($5,000-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $60,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 228 Johnny Unitas Baltimore Colts professional model jersey with exceptional provenance c.late 1960s. Blue dureen jersey with three quarter length sleeves has blue and white shoulder stripe accents. Player number "19" appears on front, back, and sleeves. "Sand-Knit" manufacturers tag on front tail notes the size, "46" and above is an "Eddie Leonard Sporting Goods" resellers tag. Obtained directly from Johnny Unitas by Duke Hott during a visit to the famed "The Golden Arm" restaurant. At the time, it was relayed by Unitas that it had been on display in the restaurant but was taken down when concern grew that it would be stolen. It remains as it was received with mild usage and a touch of general age wear evident throughout including a small tear on front and general surface "pilling". Upon inspection the "9" numerals used throughout the jersey appear to be period team replacements with vestiges of another numeral faintly visible beneath. The front of the jersey appears to have no evidence of the 1969 NFL patch and is consistent with documented images of 1969 Colts jerseys inclusive of the photo illustrated in the catalogue showing Unitas in similar jersey style. Unitas professional model jerseys of any condition grade are highyl sought after with the offered example enjoying very fine directly sourced provenance. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions and letter of provenance from Duke Hott: EX (with note to number replacement) $22,500.00   ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $22,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 229 Exceptional Johnny Unitas professional model football cleats c.1960s. Desirable pair of Unitas' trademark hightop leather cleats each have the number "19" written inside in vintage black marker (readily visible in the right shoe; faded/faint in the left). Both are marked with the size (10) in two places. Strong usage wear throughout with appropriate scratches/scrapes to lightly soiled leather and dried grass and dirt clumped on undersides. The cleats were given to Duke Hott during a visit with Unitas along with an additional piece of cursory athletic equipment and a handwritten note addressed "To Duke" and signed "Johnny Unitas". An exceptional and desirable game equipment item with direct first hand provenance, representing what are likely the most well documented pair of Unitas cleats to have entered the market. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions, letter of provenance from Duke Hott, and a replicated copy of the original handwritten note: EX $27,500.00   ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $27,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 242 Outstanding Jim Parker Baltimore Colts professional model jersey c.1960s. White dureen jersey with three quarter length sleeves and blue and white shoulder stripe accents has player number "77" on front, back, and sleeves. "MacGregor" manufacturers tag on front tail notes the size, "52", and appears next to a wash tag. An additional line of stitching to one side suggests that an additional tag, once is place, is no longer attached. Strong usage and wash wear evident throughout with a small team repair on the back. Parker is widely regarded as one of the finest offensive lineman in NFL history noted as the first full time offensive lineman elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. "It didn't take me long to learn the one big rule. Just keep them away from John. I remember Coach Weeb Ewbank telling me my first summer in camp, 'You can be the most unpopular man on the team if the quarterback gets hurt.' How could I ever forget that?" remarked Parker regarding star quarterback Johnny Unitas. Superb vintage Hall of Fame member game jersey of notable scarcity. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $18,000.00   ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to online bidding $18,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 272 Exceptional Lenny Moore early 1960s Baltimore Colts professional model jersey - with handwritten letter from Moore. White dureen jersey with blue and white shoulder stripe accents has number "24" on front, back, and sleeves. "Bacharach Rasin" Sporting Goods tag remains on the front tail; outlines of stitching holes from the manufacturer and what was likely the wash tags can be seen (tags are no longer present). Strong usage and wash wear evident throughout with the jersey remaining in an fine overall state of preservation. Signed on the front in marker, "Lenny Moore #24" rating 7/8 out of 10. Includes a handwritten letter on Colts stationary which reads, "I hope you enjoy my Baltimore colts white game jersey worn during the early 1960s...Best Wishes, Lenny Moore." Moore was one of the key figures on the legendary Baltimore Colts' teams of the 1960s era. His accomplishments include (7) Pro Bowl selections, 1956 ROY, Baltimore Colts #24 retired, NFL 50th Anniv. All-Time team, and Pro Football HOF inductee 1975. The offered jersey must be considered to be the finest of its type with regard to condition, dating period, and most notably direct corroborated provenance from Moore himself. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions (jersey), auction LOA from JSA (autograph), and letter of provenance from Lenny Moore: EX $12,000.00   ($15,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $12,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 285 Fine Raymond Berry Baltimore Colts professional model jersey c.1960s. White dureen jersey with blue and white shoulder stripe accents has custom length sleeves which are trimmed in a soft stretch fabric. Bery can be seen in period photos with similar style sleeve modifications. Player number "82" appears on front, back, and sleeves. MacGregor tag on front tail notes size (46) and is along side a wash tag. Strong usage wear evident throughout with a small team repair. In a career which spanned (13) seasons and many more in various Coaching capacities, Raymond Berry distinguished himself as one of professional footballs' All-Time Greats. Widely regarded as one of the greatest wide receivers of all time Berry was well known for his impeccable preparation with quarteback Johnny Unitas. Berry was a (6) time Pro Bowl selection, member of the NFL 50th and 75th All-Time teams, Balt. Colts #82 retired, and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1973. Superb game jersey from a legendary Hall of Fame player dating to the golden age of the Colts franchise: EX $17,000.00   ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to online bidding $17,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 321 Superb John Mackey Baltimore Colts professional model jersey c.1970-71. Blue dureen jersey with white and blue shoulder stripe accents has player number "88" on front, back, and sleeves. "Mackey" nameplate appears on the back. "Sand-Knit" manufacturers tag on front tail notes the size, "48." Above is the "Designed & Tailored Exclusively for Baltimore Colts" tag. Well preserved with usage and wash wear evident throughout. Regarded as one of the best tight ends in NFL history Mackey was a (5) time Pro Bowl selection and a member of the NFL 50th Anniv. All-Time team. He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1992. Very fine example presenting in outstanding original condition. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $12,000.00   ($5,000-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $12,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 327 Fine Ted Hendricks c.1970-73 Baltimore Colts professional model jersey with exceptioanl use. White dureen jersey with three quarter length sleeves has player number "83" on front, back, and sleeves. There is a "Hendricks" nameplate on the back. "Sand-Knit" manufacturers tag on the front tail notes size, "50." The "Designed & Tailored Exclusively" tag is above. Exceptional usage wear evident throughout with several large team repairs. Though only with the Colts for (5) seasons of a Hall of Fame career, which spanned (15) in total, Ted Hendricks left a lasting mark on Franchise history which includes key contributions to their 1970 Championship season. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $8,000.00   ($5,000-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $8,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 380a *UPDATED DESCRIPTION* (2) Super Bowl 50 tickets with deluxe package. SECTION 225, ROW 22, Seats 9-10. The package will include: (2) Super Bowl 50 tickets (2) "Forward Passes" for expedited entry (2) VIP tickets to NFL Experience (1) Super Bowl Leather Commemorative Football (not game used) (1) Super Bowl Gift Bag **IMPORTANT**: Payment must be in the form of guaranteed funds to include cash, traveler's checks, or money order. Credit card payments will be accepted for this ticket lot ONLY. Call Hunt Auctions at 610.524.0822 for more details $3,250.00   ($2,000-$3,000) Closed to online bidding $3,250.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 395 Outstanding J.J. Watt autographed 10/25/2015 game worn Houston Texans jersey. Nike size 44 Texans #99 J.J. Watt jersey worn during Breast Cancer Awareness game against the Dolphins. Watt signed the jersey in black marker. Includes NFL Auctions COA from PSA/DNA, with matching serial #ed sticker affixed to the jersey. Watt recorded 2-sacks and 6-tackles in the game. The jersey displays superb use with multiple areas of heavy grass/soil stains, some of which can be seen on the jersey numbers in the photo matched image of Watt with Ryan Tannehill after the game: EX $17,500.00   ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to online bidding $17,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 414 Clay Matthews 10/4/2015 game worn Green Bay Packers jersey. Nike size 44 Packers #52 Clay Matthews jersey worn during Breast Cancer Awareness game against the 49ers. Includes NFL Auctions COA from PSA/DNA, with matching serial #ed sticker affixed to the jersey. Matthews recorded a sack and 2-tackles in the game. The jersey displays very nice use with stains and impact marks on the shoulders: EX $8,000.00   ($7,500-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $8,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 427 Highly desirable Peyton Manning 10/4/2015 game worn Denver Broncos jersey. Nike size 46 Broncos #18 Peyton Manning jersey worn during Breast Cancer Awareness game against the Vikings. Includes NFL Auctions COA from PSA/DNA, with matching serial #ed sticker affixed to the jersey. Manning threw for 213-yards and a TD in the game. The jersey displays light wear, and the game date is written inside the collar: EX/MT $9,000.00   ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $9,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 431 Superb 10/11/2015 Drew Brees game worn New Orleans Saints jersey. Nike size 44 Saints #9 Drew Brees jersey worn during Breast Cancer Awareness game against the Eagles. Includes NFL Auctions COA from PSA/DNA, with matching serial #ed sticker affixed to the jersey. Brees threw for 335-yards and 2-TDs in the game. The jersey displays tremendous use with areas of heavy grass stains on the back: EX $8,000.00   ($5,000-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $8,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 477 Super Bowl Opus autographed book (MVP Edition). Massive tome is one of the largest publishing projects ever undertaken combining nearly 1,400 of the finest football images ever taken with 150,000 words from some of America's great sportswriters. The book has been signed by all living Super Bowl MVPs as of 2006 (total of 35 autographs) including Starr, Namath, Dawson, Staubach, Csonka, Harris, Swann, White, Bradshaw, Montana, Rice, Riggins, Simms, Allen, Aikman, Smith, Young, Davis, Elway, Warner, Brady, Ward, and others. Black ink signatures rate consistently strong 9 out of 10. One of only (400) copies produced (number 118) which includes the signature page and is hand sewn and bound in fine quality leather with silver lettering on cover and affixed "NFL" shield logo. Weighs nearly (88) pounds, measuring a full 20"x20", and remains in fine condition overall with little to no mentionable wear. Includes the original clamshell case and outer box. Among the finest of all modern football pieces: Book NM $8,500.00   ($15,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $8,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 486 1965 Gale Sayers College All Stars letterman+s sweater. Original white knit sweater as worn by Sayers who was selected for the prestigious 1965 College All Star team. The College All Star team would annually play the NFL champion from the previous season to which they were never able to emerge victorious against the professionals. Sweater retains its original red, white, and blue embroidered patch on the front with -All Stars 1965+ chain stitched onto the front. King O+Shea tagging with size 44 flag tag remains affixed inside the collar. -GS+ printed in black marker inside one jacket pocket. Superb overall condition with very light handling and age toning. Sayers was not permitted to play in the game by coach Otto Graham for fear of re-aggravating a practice injury. Sayers would of course begin his career with the Chicago Bears the following season en route to a legendary Hall of Fame career. Highly uncommon offering of a documented College All-Stars equipment piece from a Hall of Fame player. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX-EX/MT $4,000.00   ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding $4,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 504 Gale Sayers 1969 All-NFL Team presentational award. Significant award as presented to Sayers in recognition of his selection to the NEA-CBS All-NFL Team for ther 1969 season. Abstract composite rendering of a football player having patinated bronze wash atop a black onyx rectangular plinth. 12" tall with some minor surface wear to the base and a repair to the calf area of the lower right leg. Inscribed brass placard to Sayers affixed to the front of the base. Highly uncommon period NFL award with relation to one of the very elite players of the 1960s era: EX (with note to repair) $4,000.00   ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding $4,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 512 Important Gale Sayers 1970 Justice Byron Raymond "Whizzer" White award. Universally regarded as one of the most coveted football related awards the "Whizzer" White award is presented annually by the NFL Player's Association. Since 1967 the award has been given to the player who best represents the spirit of White with regard to service to their team, community, and charitable endeavours. The award itself is of the very finest quality displaying a modernistic silverplated figural on the front mounted atop an attractive walnut wooden plinth base. Wooden back splash features an affixed silverplated placard with inscription describing the history of Whizzer White. Base displays applied silver placard with NFL Player's insignia. The award stands 19" tall and remains in outstanding original condition with only some very minor surface wear. The very essence of the Whizzer White award mirrors the manner in which Gale Sayers played the game and more importantly carried himself off the field. Sayers ranks as one fo the most notable recipients since its inception in 1967 with the offered example easily the most significant to have become available for public sale: EX-MT $5,000.00   ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to online bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 518 Fine 1989 Gale Sayers -Ernie Davis+ presentational award. Original bronze figural award as presented to Gale Sayers as a recipient of the 1989 Ernie Davis Award. Presented annually at the Downtown Athletic Club in New York the award honors the legacy of Davis+ humanitarian spirit and ranks among the most revered of its type. Expertly crafted bronze figural of Davis in Syracuse uniform measures 17+ tall having -E.Davis+ on the back of the jersey. Signed and dated by sculptor Anthony Frudakis on the base. Missing the small black square mounting base which does not effect the visual appeal nor value but mentioned for accuracy only. Exceptional football presentational award with the offered example noted as the most significant player specimen to have been offered at auction. Includes color image of Sayers accepting the award: NM $4,500.00   ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding $4,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 527 Significant Gale Sayers 75th Anniversary All-Time Team presentational trophy. Original trophy as presented to Sayers in honor of his selection to the prestigious NFL 75th Anniversary Team. Beautifully crafted figural trophy of a mottled green granite construction having a finished mahogany wooden octagonal base. Three engraved placards adorn the front of the trophy base to include Sayers' career statistics, NFL 75th insignia, and related titling. 11" tall with some very minor inconsquential surface wear to a few areas of the base. Gale Sayers remains to date one of the more revered players in NFL history with career accomplishments befitting of an All-Time elite player. The offered NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team award is without question the most significant specimen of its type to have been offered to the collecting public: EX-MT $11,000.00   ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $11,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 533 Important 1966 Gale Sayers NFL Rushing Championship Trophy Significant presentational piece features a cast silver plated figural player measuring 14+ tall positioned atop cylindrical black painted wooden base. Inscribed placard displayed on the front of the base reads in full, -Gale Sayers Chicago Bears, 1966 NFL Rushing Champion 1,231 Yards, National Football League Players Association.+ The NFLPA insignia is engraved to one side. Superb original condition overall with a few areas of expected light surface wear/tarnish to the figural and wooden base. Sayers had become the focus of opposing team defenses after his lauded Rookie season the year before but still managed (1,231) rushing yards in 1966, part of a then record setting (2,440) all-purpose yards. He would claim another title in 1969 cementing his legendary stature in Chicago Bears history. The offered trophy not only represents one of the most significant presentational items ever received by Gale Sayers but it should be noted that it certainly ranks among the finest football related award pieces to have been offered at public auction. Superlative NFL award trophy of the highest import and desirability : EX/MT $19,000.00   ($25,000-$50,000) Closed to online bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 598 Fine Johnny Unitas autographed professional model helmet c.1960s. Riddell Kra-Lite helmet with -bubbled+ ear hole openings has the Colts horseshoe logo decal applied at either side and blue center stripe accent. Unitas+ famed number -19+ is painted on the back which was frequently done by Colts equipment manager Fred Schubach rather than replacing heavily scratched and scarred decals. The (12) point suspension interior and snap in leather pads remain intact. As appropriate to numerous Colts examples of the period the helmet was refurbished, in the period, at least twice with three visible heat impressed -Riddell+ and -Kra-Lite+ stampings on back; two now covered in factory applied white paint, the third set properly in black. A number of 1960s era date stampings appear inside along with a faint -7+ size stamp. There are also a pair of -RK-2+ labels. Vintage two bar facemask in marked -Riddell+ as is the chinstrap. Exceptional usage wear can be found throughout with chipping and scuffs to both the shell and appliques. Signed and inscribed in faded black marker, -Best Wishes Dave Pinkham, Johnny Unitas+ (now rating approx. 4-4/5 out of 10). Obtained directly by aclose associate of noted Colts Owner Carroll Rosenblum whom was involved with the team for all but one of Unitas+ seasons in Baltimore. It was signed at the time to the recipients son and has remained in the family until this current offering. An outstanding example with unparalleled direct provenance. Includes auction LOA from JSA, LOA from Hunt Auctions (PSA/DNA Authentication sticker is affixed inside), and a letter of provenance from the Pinkham family: EX $50,000.00   ($40,000-$60,000) Closed to online bidding $50,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 638 Important 1977 Tony Dorsett UPI "NFC Rookie Of The Year" Award. Substantive presentational trophy has the year "1977" noted atop a crown which sits on the base. Carved wooden pillars at each of the four corners support an upper plinth on which is mounted a loving cup trophy having figural player finial. Inscribed brass placard affixed to the base, "UPI Rookie of the Year Tony Dorsett Dallas Cowboys". Trophy stands 19" tall presenting in superb original condition with minimal visible wear. Dorsett's success at the NFL level was to be expected as he entered the league on the heels of a record setting four year collegiate career at the University of Pittsburgh which included a season for the ages in 1976 culminating with the Heisman Trophy. Dorsett joined a talented Cowboys team in 1977 proving to be the final piece in leading the team, as a rookie, to a Super Bowl championship. He became the first player in history to win a college national championship and Super Bowl title in consecutive seasons. The offered award represents one of the more significant football related trophies to have entered the marketplace. Dorsett's legacy as one of the greatest running backs in NFL history coupled with his tenure with the Dallas Cowboys during the height of the "America's Team" era provide ample confimation of the desirability for this particular presentational trophy: EX/MT-NM $14,000.00   ($20,000-$40,000) Closed to online bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 657f Tony Dorsett Sun Bowl Legend presentational ring. Handsome 10K gold ring as presented to Dorsett in honor of his outstanding performance in the 1975 Sun Bowl during 1996 commemorative ceremonies. Top of ring has central football shaped design with inset stones surrounded by "Sun Bowl Legends El Paso Texas" lettering. Marked on interior ring band, "Tony Dorsett" and "HSJ 10K": NM $1,600.00   ($2,000-$3,000) Closed to online bidding $1,600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 657g Tony Dorsett Dallas Cowboys presentational wristwatch. Fine quality stainless steel watch as presented to Dorsett displaying the Dallas Cowboys star insignia across the dial facade. 23K gold appointments retaining its original leather hinge lidded case marked "Gametime": NM $800.00   ($750-$1,500) Closed to online bidding $800.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 679a 1985-86 Tony Dorsett Dallas Cowboys player contract with attachment. Original player contract as issued to Dorsett for the 1985-86 season with the Dallas Cowboys. Oversized dual sided contract is signed on the back by Dorsett and Cowboys executive Tex Schramm. Includes (8) page typewritten attachment with contract addendums signed as well by Dorsett and Schramm on last page. Rare and desirable Hall of Fame player original NFL contract the category of which are uncommonly offered to the collecting public. Includes LOA from JSA (autographs): EX-MT $750.00   ($1,000-$2,000) Closed to online bidding $750.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 813a Highly desirable Aaron Rodgers 11/15/2015 game worn Green Bay Packers jersey. Nike size 48 Packers #12 Aaron Rodgers jersey worn during Salute To Service game against the Lions. Includes NFL Auctions COA from PSA/DNA, with matching serial #ed sticker affixed to the jersey. Rodgers passed for 333-yards and 2-TDs in the game. The jersey displays superb use with grass stains on the front and back numbers: EX $19,000.00   ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $19,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 890 Exceptional November 22, 1993 Jerry Rice game used San Francisco 49ers home jersey. Red mesh jersey has player number "80" sewn on front, back, and sleeves with "Rice" nameplate on back. "Wilson" manufacturers tag on front tail has adjacent size "46" and "FS" flag tags. A piece of vintage trainers' tape applied to nameplate bears a period ink notation reading, "vs. Saints Monday Night Nov. 22, 1993." The numbers below display scuffing and discoloration and jersey has nice visible use overall. Rice put on outstanding display in the game scoring a pair of touchdowns to contribute to the 49ers (42-7) win. Originating from a former close business associate of Rice, with note to the game of origin and usage wear displayed, we would place the offered jersey within ranks of the finest to have entered the marketplace. Includes letter of provenance and LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $7,500.00   ($7,500-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $7,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 908 1994 Joe Montana game used and autographed Kansas City Chiefs jersey. Extremely desirable first hand sourced jersey coming directly from Joe Montana dating to the twilight of his storied career. White mesh jersey with player number "19" on front, back, and sleeves has "Montana" nameplate on back. NFL 75th and Chiefs 35th Anniversary patches are sewn on front chest. "Wilson" manufacturers tag on the front tail has adjacent size "40" flag tag. An "94" embroidered year tag is also present. A front number has been signed "1994 Game Jersey Joe Montana" in silver marker rating 8 out of 10, back number is signed (name only) in black (9/10). Usage and wash wear evident throughout. Includes a signed letter of authenticity from Joe Montana and COA from PSA/DNA: EX $8,000.00   ($5,000-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $8,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 916 2001 St. Louis Rams AFC Champions 14k gold ring. Original ring has blue faux stone top face with inset team logo done with a large central diamond ringed by a horn of (12) smaller. Interior of the beveled edge is lettered, "St. Louis Rams NFC Champions." Left shank has a relief of the Super Bowl XXXVI logo below the Conference Championship trophy, game score, and year "2001." Opposite has the name "Marino" atop enameled team logo. Marked "Jostens 14K" on the interior band. Ring is size (11) and weighs (40) grams with a touch of light wear: EX/MT-NM $4,500.00   ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding $4,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 921 Fine 2007 New York Giants Super Bowl XLII Champions 14K white gold pendant by Tiffany. Striking piece done in the same style as rings awarded to participating players is fashioned in white gold with the famed Tiffany hallmark on back. A trio of Lombardi Trophies are displayed at the center with the football shaped top of each accented by a diamond. "NY" team logo below is similarly encrusted with (24) smaller stones and approx. (40) additional appear throughout. "HT 2/3/08" has been impressed on the back which also bears the "585" 14K gold indicator; chain is marked "AG 925" (silver). In fine overall condition with no mentionable wear and housed in Tiffany marked box: NM/MT $5,500.00   ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding $5,500.00

 
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