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See a Picture of this Item 1a Pair of Super Bowl XLIX game tickets. Two game tickets for Super Bowl XLIX to be played on February 1, 2015 in Glendale, AZ. UPDATED: THE TWO TICKETS WILL BE IN SECTION 119 ROW 31. **IMPORTANT: TICKETS MUST BE PAID FOR IN FULL AND PICKED UP AT THE LIVE AUCTION AT THE NFL EXPERIENCE IN PHOENIX ON AUCTION DATE 1/31/2015. FOR THIS AUCTION TICKET LOT ONLY CREDIT CARDS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR PAYMENT. $14,000.00 ($1,000+) Closed to online bidding $14,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 1b Pair of Super Bowl XLIX game tickets. Two game tickets for Super Bowl XLIX to be played on February 1, 2015 in Glendale, AZ. UPDATED: THE TWO TICKETS WILL BE IN SECTION 411, ROW 2 **IMPORTANT: TICKETS MUST BE PAID FOR IN FULL AND PICKED UP AT THE LIVE AUCTION AT THE NFL EXPERIENCE IN PHOENIX ON AUCTION DATE 1/31/2015. FOR THIS AUCTION TICKET LOT ONLY CREDIT CARDS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR PAYMENT. $12,000.00 ($1,000+) Closed to online bidding $12,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 67 Superb 1992 Reggie White Philadelphia Eagles game used road jersey. Absolutely stunning uniform representation to whom many experts consider to be the greatest defensive player in the history of the game. White mesh jersey retains original "R.White" nameplate on back with uniform #92 on front, back, and both shoulders. Proper Russell Athletic tagging is found on tail front along with 6" extra length flag tag. Jerome Brown 99 memorial patch affixed to jersey front with NFL shield patch at collar area. The jersey itself exhibits extrensive use including surface impact marks, soiling, and approx. (9) team repairs to various areas. Signed on back by White in black sharpie along with Bible verse inscription. Reggie White played for the Philadelphia Eagles for eight seasons in which he established numerous franchise records and set the standard for the modern era defensive lineman. Based on usage, dating period, condition, originality, and first source player provenance we are confident in stating that the offered specimen is the finest of its type to have entered the marketplace. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions (jersey) and auction LOA from JSA (autographed): EX $10,100.00 ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $10,100.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 128 Exceptional Randall Cunningham original painting by Ernie Barnes. Ernest Barnes broke into professional football in December of 1959 after being drafted by the Baltimore Colts. Just a few days later he was invited to watch the Colts in the NFL Championship game when he sat on the sidelines with his new teammates. Barnes enjoyed a brief and rather ordinary career in professional football when on the occasion of his retirement in 1965 he was introduced to New York Jets owner Sonny Werblin. Long recognized to have painted and sketched during his football career (even to the point of being fined for doing so during games) Werblin viewed Barnes work and remarked, -You have more value to the country as an artist than a football player.+ Barnes began to accumulate an impressive body of works to include Olympic artwork, notable record album cover art, Official NFL and NBA original artwork pieces, and numerous single artist exhibitions which were featured in the nation+s most prominent galleries over the last (30) years. His unique use of elongation and movement is instantly recognizable and has led to Barnes becoming one of the more revered artists of his era. Offered is an original oil on canvas painting by Ernie Barnes as commissioned by Randall Cunningham depicting the quarterback in the center of a group of imposing defenders fighting to tackle him before he releases the football. As customary with Barnes+ works the subjects eyes are closed illustrating his point that in his words, -+how blind we are to people+s humanity.+ The painting measures a substantial 36+x47+ framed in handsome molded edge gilt frame and has been signed at lower right by Barnes. Original Barnes painting works are among the most desired of all 20th century African American artists with this particular example serving as one of the more substantive sports related specimens to be offered within the collecting marketplace in recent years: EX-MT $10,000.00 ($40,000-$60,000) Closed to online bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 129 Scarce 1991 Randall Cunningham Action Packed 18 Karat Gold football card by Tiffany & Co. One of an extremely limited production run of gold football cards (Only Cunningham and Barry Sanders were produced) as commissioned by Action Packed Trading Cards through Tiffany & Co. depicting Randall Cunningham's football card in full relief. Marked 23/26 on verso with Action Packed and NFL logos as well as Tiffany & Co. hallmarks. Overall weight is two Troy ounces. The offered example is one of two that originate from the personal collection of Randall Cunningham himself and rank as one of the most highly sought after cards of their type for the era. Includes its original Tiffany & Co. leather case, felt puch, lidded box, and COA: NM $3,750.00 ($4,000-$6,000) Closed to online bidding $3,750.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 130 Scarce 1991 Randall Cunningham Action Packed 18 Karat Gold football card by Tiffany & Co. One of an extremely limited production run football cards (Only Cunningham and Barry Sanders were produced) as commissioned by Action Packed Trading Cards through Tiffany & Co. depicting Randall Cunningham's football card in full relief. Marked 21/26 on verso with Action Packed and NFL logos as well as Tiffany & Co. hallmarks. Overall weight is two Troy ounces. The offered example is one of two that originate from the personal collection of Randall Cunningham himself and rank as one of the most highly sought after cards of their type for the era. Includes its original Tiffany & Co. leather case, lidded box, and COA: NM $3,750.00 ($4,000-$6,000) Closed to online bidding $3,750.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 131 1990 Randall Cunningham Pro Football Sportswriters Most Valuable Player Award (the Schick Trophy). Prestigious award piece as bestowed annually by the Professional Football Writers of America and titiled, the "Schick Trophy." Metal plate applied at base front has been incised with the name "Randall Cunningham - 1990." Base measures 8.5"x14.5x3" with a cast bronze game action scene set atop bringing height to around 12" in total. One of the more visual pieces of it's type with fine art qualities and the first example we are aware of having been offered: NM $4,500.00 ($5,000-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $4,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 132 Significant Randall Cunningham 1998 Player of The Year trophy. The 1998 season marked the pinnacle of Randall Cunningham's uniquely brilliant career as an NFL quarterback. After his return to football in 1997 following an injury Cunningham was poised to direct the Vikings to a season for the ages guiding them to a 15-1 record during the regular season. He enjoyed a league leading QB rating of 106 with 34 touchdown passes against only 10 interceptions and a total of 3,407 yards. As deserved, Randall Cunningham captured numerous awards for his spectacular 1998 season inclusive of the offered NFL Player of the Year Award. Substantive bronze figural trophy depicting a football game scene with one player singled out in a gold dore wash. The trophy weighs in impressively at ??? lbs. measuring 25" long, 11" deep, and 10" tall retaining its original patination. Affixed placard in relief on front panel with titling as being presented to Cunningham for NFL Player of the Year by title sponsor Miller Lite. Very substantive figural award piece of the highest quality is the first such example that we believe to have entered the public marketplace: NM $15,000.00 ($20,000-$40,000) Closed to online bidding $15,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 133 Significant 1988 Randall Cunningham NFL Player of The Year Bert Bell MVP Award. Prestigious honor as bestowed each season to the Most Valuable Player as voted by team Owners, League personelle, Coaches, and the media. Past recipients have included Johnny Unitas, Jim Brown, Terry Bradshaw, Dan Marino, Jerry Rice, Joe Montana, and a host of others whom rank among the greatest to have played. Engraved metal placard at base front reads in full, "The Bert Bell Memorial Award presented by The Maxwell Football Club to Randall Cunningham Philadelphia Ealges, 1988 NFL Player of The Year." A bronze figural of Bell stands atop the square wooden base to full height of 16" with no mentionable wear. An exceedingly rare offering of one of the most important award pieces given across the entire spectrum of sports: NM $13,000.00 ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $13,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 134 Significant 1990 Randall Cunningham NFL Player of The Year Bert Bell MVP Award. Prestigious honor as bestowed each season to the Most Valuable Player as voted by team Owners, League personelle, Coaches, and the media. Past recipients have included Johnny Unitas, Jim Brown, Terry Bradshaw, Dan Marino, Jerry Rice, Joe Montana, and a host of others whom rank among the greatest to have played. Engraved metal placard at base front reads in full, "The Bert Bell Memorial Award presented by The Maxwell Football Club to Randall Cunningham Philadelphia Eagles, 1990 NFL Player of The Year." A bronze figural of Bell stands atop the square wooden base to full height of 15.5" with hint of mentionable wear. An exceedingly rare offering of one of the most important award pieces given across the entire spectrum of sports: NM $16,000.00 ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $16,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 135 Significant 1998 Randall Cunningham NFL Player of The Year Bert Bell MVP Award. Prestigious honor as bestowed each season to the Most Valuable Player as voted by team Owners, League personelle, Coaches, and the media. Past recipients have included Johnny Unitas, Jim Brown, Terry Bradshaw, Dan Marino, Jerry Rice, Joe Montana, and a host of others whom rank among the greatest to have played. Engraved metal placard at base front reads in full, "The Bert Bell Memorial Award presented by The Maxwell Football Club to Randall Cunningham Minnesota Vikings, 1998 Professional Player of The Year." A bronze figural of Bell stands atop the square wooden base to full height of 15.5" with no mentionable wear. An exceedingly rare offering of one of the most important award pieces given across the entire spectrum of sports: NM $17,000.00 ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $17,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 136 Fine Rolex Presidential 18K gold and diamond wristwatch from the Randall Cunningham Collection. Iconic timepiece by Rolex as custom ordered by Randall with both the body and band executed in 18K gold (marked as such in two places) and the face accented in approx. on carat weight of diamonds. The bezel is an aftermarket addition (adding to the overall carat weight) and not typical found on this style of watch. Remains in working order with minimal use and loss of enamel with "L" letter on lower bezel (easily replaced by an experienced jeweler). "Randall Cunningham" name has been engraved on back of the body. Highly desirable in it's own right as one of the elite lines in the high end maker's portfolio further enhanced by a notable chain of ownership: EX/MT-NM $32,000.00 ($40,000-$60,000) Closed to online bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 137 Fine Ebel Series 1911 18K gold and diamond wristwatch from the Randall Cunningham Collection. High end time piece by Ebel as part of their 1911 Series has both the body and band done in 18K gold (marked as such in two places). The face is Mother of Pearl accented by approx. 1K of diamonds. Properly marked casing has the name, "Randall Cunningham" engraved. Light wear. Exceptional luxury timepiece of teh finest craftsmanship with desirable provenance as linked to former league MVP Randall Cunningham: EX/MT-NM $20,000.00 ($40,000-$60,000) Closed to online bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 250c Exceptional Johnny Unitas Baltimore Colts professional model jersey c.1967. Classic blue jersey with white shoulders has the number “19” on front, back, and sleeves. “MacGregor” manufacturers tag on the front of the proper dating period affixed to tail front noting size (46) and adjacent is a wash tag. Additional flag tag with an “L” is also present. Incredible usage wear evident throughout with discoloration and dirt staining to the white numbers and scattered pulls in the fabric. There is a team repair on front chest above the number “9” and stitching is visible on inside shoulders where added by the team to fix or reinforce the shoulder pad area. Obtained in 1968 inside the Baltimore Colts locker room at Memorial Stadium by our consignor and his father whom was handed the jersey by Equipment Manager Fred Schubach. For many years it served as the focal point in the family home and it can be seen in a 1978 dated issue of the Baltimore Sun Magazine (included) on display in that very home. By all accounts, Johnny Unitas ranks as one of the greatest players in NFL history. His on field accomplishments quite literally seem as fictional: (10) time Pro Bowl selections, (5) Time AP All-Pro selections, (4) Time NFL MVP award winner, (3) Time Pro Bowl MVP award winner, NFL 50th and 75th Anniversary team member, and Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductee in 1979. As impressive as Unitas’ on field accomplishments may be he truly was one of the seminal figures in the popularization of the National Football League in the this country. His significance to the game was evident through numerous mediums none less important than the 1958 NFL Championship game. Deemed as “The Greatest Game Ever Played” it was Unitas’ leadership which sent the Colts to victory in the first sudden death overtime victory in NFL history. That specific game is largely credited with the rise of the popularity of the NFL in the 1960s due to its national television audience. The offered specimen rates as one of $90,000.00 ($50,000-$100,000) Closed to online bidding $90,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 329 Superb Jim Brown Cleveland Browns professional model jersey c.1961-63. Jim Brown's relatively brief career of nine years as a running back with the Cleveland Browns concluded abruptly at the age of 30 when he walked away from the game at the pinnacle of his abilities. The records he amassed during that period are staggering: 12,312 rushing yards; 15,459 combined yards; four-time MVP award winner; and Pro Bowl team member for each of his nine seasons. While Brown's statistical accomplishments are notable, his style of play is arguably his most storied attribute. Jim Brown delivered a flat out punishment to opposing teams, brutalizing their defenses. Opposing players and coaching staff alike would plan to key in on Brown, but to no avail. He seemingly welcomed the challenge and excelled in every aspect of the game. Widely regarded as the finest player in NFL history, newly discovered offerings of Brown's game worn materials rarely occur and are highly significant. The shirt retains its original "32" on front, back and both shoulders as shoulder numerals were mandated by the league once television coverage came into prominence. The jersey displays classic Browns striping on each sleeve fashioned in a brown/orange/brown/orange/brown pattern retaining rich original color. The jersey itself remains in outstanding original condition exhibiting appropriate patination to the material while retaining vibrant original color to the numerals and striping. Light to moderate wear is evident including some staining on front by numerals as well as the shoulder area. Original crotch flap remains intact with King O'Shea labeling (indentical to other 1959-63 Browns jerseys) along with "46" size tag as well as "Blepp-Coombs Sporting Goods" Cleveland labeling (also identical to similar dated Browns jerseys of that era). General overall eye appeal is outstandng remaining in desirable unrestored condition. The offered example, along with teh other grouping of vintage NFL game jersey $50,000.00 ($50,000-$75,000) Closed to online bidding $50,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 332 Early 1960s Sonny Jurgensen Philadelphia Eagles professional model jersey. White dureene jersey with kelly green sleeve stripes and number "9" sewn on front, back, and sleeves. Crotch strap retains a "MacGregor" manufacturers tag noting the size "44" and wash tag. Strong usage and wash wear with some fraying and a small hole on front. Drafted by the Eagles and making his debut with the club in 1957, Jurgensen was a member of their 1960 Championship team. Athough a backup during his first few seasons he took over full time duties in 1961 posting very strong numbers passing for an NFL record 3,723 yards and notching (32) touchdown passes. Through a career which eventually lead to a stint with the Washington Redskins Jurgensen established a fine record with many notable accomplishments and is considered one of the games' all-time great pure passers. Outstanding all original Hall of Famer jersey with impeccable first hand provenance. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions and letter of provenance from the Cupon family: EX $9,000.00 ($5,000-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $9,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 338 Fine Ernie Stautner Pittsburgh Steelers professional model jersey c.1950s. Black dureen jersey with yellow stripe accents has number "70" sewn on front and back. A portion of the crotch strap has been removed (team alteration which was hemmed in the period) and another was folded over and sewn with a resulting lack of manufacturer tagging. Exceptional usage wear evident throughout with numerous areas of extensive team repair. Stautner spent his entire (14) year career with the Steelers and ranks as one of the premier defensive linemen in NFL history. His numerous career accomplishments include (9) Pro-Bowl and (10) All-Pro selections and he was named to the 1950s All-Decade Team and the NFL 50th Anniversary All-Time Team. In 1964 his became the first number retired by the Pittsburgh Steelers and it would be (50) years before the Franchise retired another (his remains one of only 2 to date). An outstanding piece as relates to a noted Hall of Fame career and storied organization. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions and letter of provenance from the Cupon family: EX $14,000.00 ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $14,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 375b Rare Jim Langer Football Hall of Fame Induction ring. Regarded by many football historians as the greatest center in the history of the game the offered ring was presented to Langer in honor of his enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Desirable original ring as presented to Jim Langer displaying a blue faux stone top face with inset player head in helmet decoration. “Pro Football’s Hall Of Fame” has been lettered around the edge. “Jim Langer” name is listed at top of one shank with a game action scene below. “Elected 1987” is noted at bottom. Other has a rendering of the Hall of Fame building and has his “Center” position at top. Marked “Balfour 10K” on interior band. Size 14 ¼ with light wear. Exceedingly rare offering is one of only a scant few Hall of Fame induction rings to have been made avaialable to the collecting public: EX/MT $10,000.00 ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $10,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 375c Significant Jim Langer 1972 Miami Dolphins Super Bowl Championship ring. Exceptional offering represents one of the most important Super Bowl Championship rings which has ever reached the market. A select few of the original presentational rings awarded to players and team personnel have ever found their way into public hands. It is not a stretch to place this example, as relates to a key team member and Hall of Fame inductee, among the elite pieces of Championship jewelry in private hands. Top face features a large solitaire diamond at center of a clear color open field with (16) smaller diamonds accenting the interior beveled edge. The outside reads, “1972 Miami Dolphins World Champions.” Left shank has the name “Langer” at top with a relief of the team logo below which is captioned “Winning Edge.” Right has “Super Bowl VII” atop of the trophy and game scores with the Dolphins “17 0” record flanking either side. “Perfect Season” is block lettered at bottom. Engraved “Jim Langer” on the interior band which is stamped “Jostens 14K.” Size (13) with a touch of light wear. Weighs (45) grams. Incredible championship award piece with relation to one of the more storied teams in NFL history being offered for the first time publicly : EX/MT-NM $32,500.00 ($25,000-$50,000) Closed to online bidding $32,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 421a January 18, 2015 NFC Championship game used football. Official Roger Goodell NFL football as used in the historic 2015 NFC Championship game in which the Seattle Seahawks defeated the Green Bay Packers with a feverish fourth quarter comeback. Ball exhibits proper stampings including "Seahawks" on side panel indicating ball supplied by the team. Expected moderate surface wear. Includes COA from PSA/DNA with corresponding numbered sticker affixed: EX $1,800.00 ($500-$1,000) Closed to online bidding $1,800.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 421b January 18, 2015 NFC Championship game used football. Official Roger Goodell NFL football as used in the historic 2015 NFC Championship game in which the Seattle Seahawks defeated the Green Bay Packers with a feverish fourth quarter comeback. Ball exhibits proper stampings including "Seahawks" on side panel indicating ball supplied by the team. Expected moderate surface wear. Includes COA from PSA/DNA with corresponding numbered sticker affixed: EX $1,500.00 ($500-$1,000) Closed to online bidding $1,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 421c January 18, 2015 NFC Championship Opening Kickoff flip coin. Highly desirable original flip coin as used to determine the opening kickoff for the 2015 NFC Championship between the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers. Very desirable championship related piece from one of the more memorable playoff games in recent NFL history. Coin retains its original case and includes COA with hologram from the Highland Mint: NM-MT $3,000.00 ($1,000-$2,000) Closed to online bidding $3,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 432 Drew Brees game worn New Orleans Saints jersey (11/9/2014). Nike size 44 Saints #9 Drew Brees jersey worn by Brees during game against the 49ers in which he threw for 292-yards and 3-TDs. Proper 2014 On Field "Skill" tagging is inside the collar, along with his "Salute To Service" captain's patch sewn on the front. Includes NFL Auction COA from PSA/DNA with matching serial number sticker affixed. Displays visible use with stains and impact marks: EX $8,000.00 ($4,000-$8,000) Closed to online bidding $8,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 444 Clay Matthews game worn Green Bay Packers jersey (11/9/2014, Salute to Service game). Nike size 42 Packers #52 Clay Matthews jersey worn by Matthews during game against the Bears in which he recorded a sack and 11 total tackles. Proper 2014 On Field "Line" tagging is inside the collar. Includes NFL Auction COA from PSA/DNA with matching serial number sticker affixed. Displays remarkable use with heavy grass stains: EX $8,552.00 ($4,000-$6,000) Closed to online bidding $8,552.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 451 Peyton Manning pre-game worn Denver Broncos jersey (11/23/2014). Nike size 46 Broncos #18 Peyton Manning jersey worn by Manning prior to "Salute to Service" game against the Dolphins. Proper On Field "Q-BK" position tagging is inside the collar, along with Manning's "Salute To Service" captain patch sewn on the front. Includes NFL Auction COA from PSA/DNA with matching serial number sticker affixed: EX/MT $2,200.00 ($4,000-$6,000) Closed to online bidding $2,200.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 456 J.J. Watt autographed Houston Texans game worn jersey (11/23/2014). Nike size 44 Texans #99 J.J. Watt jersey worn by Watt during game against the Bengals in which he recorded 7 total tackles. Proper 2014 On Field "Line" tagging is inside the collar. Watt signed the back in black marker. Includes NFL Auction COA from PSA/DNA with matching serial number sticker affixed. Displays excellent use with heavy staining on both sides. Very fine game worn jersey from the most dominant defensive player in the game today: EX $13,000.00 ($7,500-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $13,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 457 Superb Aaron Rodgers game worn Green Bay Packers jersey (12/8/2014, Salute to Service Game). Nike size 48 Packers #12 Aaron Rodgers jersey worn during game against the Falcons in which Rodgers threw for 327-yards and 3-TDs. Proper On Field "Q-BK" position tagging is inside the collar. Includes NFL Auction COA from PSA/DNA with matching serial number sticker affixed. Displays incredible use, with impact markings and numerous grass/soil stains visible. Highly desirable game worn jersey from 2014 season in which Rodgers likely will capture the title of Most Valuable Player of the NFL (not announced as of catalogue print date): EX $17,500.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to online bidding $17,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 473 December 12, 2013 Peyton Manning Denver Broncos game used jersey (team letter). Orange jersey with player number "18" sewn on front, back, and shoulders has "Manning" nameplate on back. Proper Nike On Field Q-BK tag noting size "46" in collar with adjacent year "2013" tag. The Captain's "C" patch is on front chest. Usage wear evident throughout. Team issued documentation from the Denver Broncos states that the jersey was worn on 12/12/2013 in a game vs. the San Diego Chargers. Desirable and fully documented game jersey as relates to one of the premier players in the game today: EX $9,500.00 ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $9,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 481 Superb October 17, 2010 Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers game used jersey (Super Bowl Championship season, Packers team letter). Green mesh jersey with player number "12" sewn on front, back, and sleeves has "Rodgers" nameplate on back. Printed strip tag in the collar denotes size "48" with year portion covered by the Packers authentication hologram. Custom hemmed with additional tagging no longer present. Displays strong usage wear with soiling and scattered discoloration and contact marks. Includes a team issued Green Bay Packers Certificate of Authenticity with hologram number matching that found in the collar of the jersey. Fine modern-era rarity with exceptional provenance: EX $18,000.00 ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to online bidding $18,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 484 2007 Brian Urlacher game-used and autographed Chicago Bears home jersey (Urlacher hologram). Blue mesh jersey with player number "54" on front, back, and sleeves, has "Urlacher" nameplate on back. On the front chest is a Captain's "C" patch as first applied by the team during the 2007 season. Printed strip tag in collar reading "07-50" denotes year and size and the wash tag can be found inside. Waistband has custom elastic insert. The back umber "4" has been signed in black marker and inscribed, "game-used 2007" rating 8 out of 10. Usage and wash wear is evident throughout inclusive of soiling. Exceptional game jersey from a future Hall of Fame member and legendary Bears player. Mounted Memories and Urlacher authentication holograms affixed: EX $5,500.00 ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding $5,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 501 Rob Gronkowski autographed Arizona Wildcats collegiate model jersey. Blue spandex and mesh jersey with player number "48" on front, back, and sleeves has "R.Gronkowski" nameplate on back. Nike logo is embroidered at base of v-neck an manufacturers tag on front tail (folded over prior to placement) noting the size, "48." Adjacent "L" flag tag likely notes a player specific length. "Arizona" is embroidered along a red accent stripe on lower back. Outstanding usage wear evident throughout with soiling and color transfer marks along with a pair of team repairs. Signed on both the front and back with a desirable early style "R.Gronkowski #48" rating 8 out of 10. Choice early jersey from one of the premier players in the game todays and one of the most notable to come out of the Wildcats football program. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions and auction LOA from JSA: EX $4,500.00 ($4,000-$6,000) Closed to online bidding $4,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 505 Ken Stabler presentational replica Super Bowl XI figural trophy. Strking silverplated figural trophy as presented to Oakland Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler by the team for his participation in the 1976 Super Bowl XI Championship. Replica of the Lombardi trophy stands 18" tall with embossed NFL shield on front and affixed inscribed metal placard on black base. Very clean overall with a few areas of minor surface wear to the plating: EX-EX/MT $7,500.00 ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to online bidding $7,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 507 Rare 1972 Garo Yepremian Miami Dolphins professional model jersey. White mesh jersey with orange and blue striping on sleeves having turquoise/orange number "1" on front, back, and both shoulders. Original nameplate with "Yepremian" lettering affixed to the reverse retaining its original Sand Knit "Exclusive for Miami Dolphins..." tagging on tail front. Jersey exhibits very fine use and wash wear with appropriate puckering to numerals and lettering. Yepremian was one of the finest kickers of the period and was noted for a double overtime game winning field goal in the AFC Championship game against the Chiefs. He is also well remembered for an infamous missed field goal and "flubbed" pass during Super Bowl VII that was returned for a touchdown but the Dolphins went on to win and comlete their undefeated perfect season. Rare and desirable game jersey from a key member of the classic 1972 Dolphins undefeated team. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $4,000.00 ($4,000-$6,000) Closed to online bidding $4,000.00

 
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