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Football Autographed Artwork, Footballs and Mini-Helmets

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Lot 465.  2002 San Francisco 49ers Autographed Football. Includes approximately 40 names - Jeff Garcia, Ron Stone, Jeremy Newberry, etc. About 30% of the signatures are badly faded, rendering them nearly illegible. The unaffected autographs generally are nm-7. In addition, several players signed only their initials and uniform number.
Minimum Bid $10     


Lot 466.  Tom Fears and (Elroy) Crazylegs Hirsch Autographs on a Numbered Print – 390 of 500. Playing end for the Los Angeles Rams, Fears and Hirsch were one of the NFL’s best receiver duos of the 1950s. Fears was a member of the Rams from 1948-56, and Hirsch, who also played flanker, from 1949-57. In 1951, they helped the Rams to win the NFL championship. Hirsch led the NFL in receiving yards. Both men played well enough to earn a place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Hirsch in 1968, and Fears, the first Mexican-born player to be inducted, in 1970. Both are in the College Hall of Fame. During his career, Hirsch set receiving records that have been exceeded only a few times in the past 60+ years – despite an increased number of games and other changes in the game. Fears died in 2000, and Hirsch, in 2004. Both HoFers signed the bottom border of the 22” x 27.75” ex-m+ print in pencil. Their autographs are mint 9 to gem mint 10. The print has JSA label 138757.
Winning Bid $25     


Lot 467.  New York Giants Autographed “Crunch Bunch” Poster. Subtitled “Board of De-Wreckers,” the 20” x 24” nm poster displays mint 9 and gem mint 10 autographs of Lawrence Taylor, Harry Carson, Brad Van Pelt and Brian Kelley. From 1981-83, they likely were the best team of linebackers in the NFL. Friends off the field, they worked together on Sundays to deliver punishing tackles and many quarterback sacks. Taylor, a weakside linebacker, was selected for the Pro Bowl 10 times. His other honors include NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1981, NFL MVP in 1986 and NFL Defensive Player of the Year three times. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1999. Kelley, the other weakside linebacker, successfully made the transition from NCAA Division III football to the NFL. He played for the Giants from 1973-83 and was inducted into the College Hall of Fame in 2010. Carson, at inside linebacker, was selected for the Pro Bowl nine times. He was elected to the College Hall of Fame in 2002 and joined Taylor in the Pro Hall of Fame in 2006. Van Pelt, the strongside linebacker, was a five-time Pro Bowl choice. A two-time consensus All-American at Michigan State and the 1972 Maxwell Award winner as the nation’s best college player, he was inducted into the College Hall of Fame in 2001. In 2009, Van Pelt died unexpectedly of an apparent heart attack. At his passing, Carson commented, “I am just so glad that I got to know the man more so than the athlete.” The poster has JSA label 177339.
Winning Bid $55     


Lot 468.  Limited Edition Carolina vs. Jacksonville Animation Cel Signed by Kerry Collins and Tony Boselli. In this 1994 hand-painted cel from Warner Bros. and McKimson Productions, the Panthers are represented by Bugs Bunny and Foghorn Leghorn, and the Jaguars, by Wile E. Coyote and the Tasmanian Devil. The artwork apparently is known as “I Say I Say Ouch,” although the title does not appear on the cel, which has a crease in the upper left corner well beyond the artwork. The cel is autographed by Collins and Boselli, the first players ever drafted by their respective NFL expansion teams. Their signatures are gem mint 10. Collins played in the NFL from 1995-2011 and is in the College Hall of Fame. In seven seasons with Jacksonville, Boselli was a five-time Pro Bowl selection and a three-time first-team All-Pro as an offensive tackle. He also is a College Hall of Fame member. Nm-m except for the corner crease, the animation cel, No. 3 from an edition of 250, is 13.5” x 16.5” with an offset-printed football stadium background that is somewhat larger. A great football collectible!
Winning Bid $25     


Lot 469.  O. J. Simpson 20” x 26” Limited Edition Print with A. Douglas Artwork. This print portrays Simpson as a football player for USC, the Buffalo Bills and San Francisco 49ers and as a broadcaster for NBC. Dated 1995, it is nm, signed and numbered #270 of 2,000 by Douglas, and has a Simpson facsimile autograph. Note: This print is signed by the artist, not Simpson.
Minimum Bid $10     


Lot 470.  Troy Aikman Autographed Paul Tagliabue NFL Wilson Football. The Hall of Fame Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback placed a gem mint 10 signature in silver on a blank panel of the nm-m football. Below his name, he printed “#1 Draft Pick 1999.” Another panel has an unidentified signature. Aikman led the Oklahoma Sooners to a National Championship in 1985 and the Cowboys to victories in Super Bowls XXVII, XXVIII and XXX. He was the MVP of Super Bowl XXVII. In 2006, Aikman was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and in 2008, the College Football Hall of Fame.
Winning Bid $61     


Lot 471.  Harry Carson - N.Y. Giants HoF Linebacker - Autographed Wilson Football. Carson’s signature is huge and mint 9 to gem mint 10 on a white panel of the brown and white full-sized Wilson Signature football that is nm-m. He added “HOF ‘06” below. Carson starred at South Carolina State before being drafted by the New York Giants in the fourth round of the 1976 draft. The selection was one of the team’s best. In 13 seasons at linebacker, Carson was chosen for the Pro Bowl nine times. He was inducted into the College Hall of Fame in 2002 and the Pro HoF in 2006.
Minimum Bid $60     


Lot 472.  Joe Gibbs JSA-Authenticated Autograph on an Official NFL Football. The signature of the Pro Hall of Fame coach and successful NASCAR racing team owner is mint 9. So is the football. The autograph is accompanied by JSA Basic Cert P36427; a JSA label with this number is on the football. Gibbs was inducted into the HoF in 1996, and below his name, he added “HoF ‘96’.” As head coach of the Washington Redskins from 1981-92 and 2004-07, Gibbs led his players to triumphs in Super Bowls XVII, XXII and XXVI. He was the NFL Coach of the Year in 1982 and 1983. On the racing circuit, Gibbs was enshrined in the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2020. His teams have earned five NASCAR Cup Series championships, two NASCAR Xfinity Series championships and four NASCAR Daytona 500 titles.
Winning Bid $97     


Lot 473.  Buffalo Bills Riddell Mini Helmet Autographed by Marv Levy, Pro Hall of Fame Coach. From 1990-93, Levy coached the Bills to four consecutive American Football Conference Championships. In 11 full seasons as the Bills’ head coach, his team captured the AFC title six times and finished second twice. He also coached in the Canadian Football League, with his Montreal teams winning league championships in 1974 and 1977. He is one of only 15 NFL coaches to win 100 games or more with the same team. He was inducted into the Pro Hall of Fame in 2001. Levy’s autograph is mint 9 to gem mint 10; he added “HOF ‘01” below. The signature is accompanied by Certificate No. W103317 from the JSA “Witnessed Protection Program.”
Winning Bid $25     


Lot 474.  Autographs of Bob Lilly and Mel Renfro, Each on a Dallas Cowboys Mini Helmet by Riddell. Each decorated a separate mini helmet with a gem mint 10 signature and added the year he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Known as “Mr. Cowboy,” Lilly was chosen for the Pro Bowl 11 times in 14 seasons as a defensive lineman for Dallas. He was also a seven-time first-team All-Pro, played on the Cowboys’ Super Bowl VI Championship team and was selected for the NFL’s 75th and 100th Anniversary Teams. In 1999, “The Sporting News” ranked him 10th best on its list of Football’s 100 Greatest Players. Lilly was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1980. Renfro was part of the HoF Class of 1996. Like Lilly, he played his entire NFL career – 14 seasons – with Dallas. His achievements at cornerback include 10 Pro Bowls, seven seasons as an All-Pro, and Championships in Super Bowls VI and XII. He was the NFL’s interception leader in 1969. Forty-four years after his retirement, he remains the Cowboys’ all-time interception leader with 52. A star at the University of Oregon, he is also a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.
Winning Bid $40     


Lot 475.  Lenny Moore and John Mackey Autographed Baltimore Colts Mini Helmets by Riddell. Each autograph is gem mint 10 on a separate mint helmet. Each star added the year of his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction, “HOF 75” for Moore and “HOF 92” for Mackey, who also included “88,” his uniform number. Both players were honored with a place among “Football’s 100 Greatest Players” selected in 1999 by “The Sporting News.” Moore, a running back, ranked 71st, and Mackey, a tight end, 48th. Herb Adderley listed Moore among the best four players he had ever seen – with Jim Brown, Paul Hornung and Johnny Unitas. Mike Ditka cited Mackey as the tight end he most admired. The NFL 1956 Rookie of the Year, Moore was a seven-time Pro Bowler and five-time first-team All-Pro in 12 seasons with the Colts. He contributed to two NFL Championships. Mackey played for the Colts for nine seasons and then finished his career with San Diego. He was a five-time Pro Bowl selection, a three-time first-team All-Pro and a winner in Super Bowl V. Both players were named to the NFL’s 100th Anniversary All-Time Team.
Winning Bid $35     


Lot 476.  Gale Sayers Silver Sharpie Autograph on an Official NFL Rozelle Football. In large letters, Sayers added “HOF-77” to his signature, which presents “Gale” less boldly than “Sayers.” The autograph is strong, nm-m 8 to mint 9, on a mint football. Veteran NFL quarterback George Blanda cited Sayers as the best player he had ever seen. On its list of Football’s 100 Greatest Players, “The Sporting News” ranked him 21st, with three running backs rated higher - Jim Brown, Walter Payton and Barry Sanders. Sayers was a two-time consensus All-American at Kansas before he joined the Chicago Bears in 1965. He was the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and was selected as the top player in three of the four Pro Bowls he appeared in. Sayers was friends with teammate Brian Piccolo, who died of cancer in 1970. In the aftermath of Piccolo’s passing, Sayers wrote his biography, “I Am Third,” which became the basis of the TV movie “Brian’s Song.” Injuries cut Sayers’ NFL career short. In 1977, at age 34, he became the youngest person inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In 2019, he became a member of the College HoF. Sayers died in 2020.
Winning Bid $75     


Lot 477.  Bart Starr Large, Bold Gem Mint 10 Autograph on an Official Tagliabue NFL Football. Starr added his uniform number, “15,” below his signature, which stretches more than seven inches across the blank panel. The University of Alabama quarterback spent a remarkable 16 seasons with the Green Bay Packers. In a nine-season stretch as Vince Lombardi’s field general, from 1959-67, he and his teammates posted an 82-29-4 record, played in six championship games, and won five, including the first two Super Bowls. He was the MVP of Super Bowls I and II, the 1966 NFL MVP, the NFL passing rating leader five times and a Pro Bowl selection four times. Starr was inducted into the Pro Hall of Fame in 1977. He died in 2019.
Winning Bid $321     


Lot 478.  Jan Stenerud Autographed Riddell Mini Helmet and 1991 Goal Line Art Card. Stenerud’s autograph is gem mint 10 with “HoF ‘91” added on a mint Kansas City Chiefs mini helmet and mint 9 with the same addition on the mint Goal Line Art card. In 1991, Stenerud became the first player who performed strictly as a placekicker inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In 19 seasons with the Chiefs, Packers or Vikings, he was a first-team All-Pro four times, a second-team All-Pro twice and a four-time Pro Bowl selection. He was chosen for the NFL’s 75th and 100th Anniversary Teams.
Winning Bid $25     


Lot 479.  Darryl Talley “Spiderman” Autographed Buffalo Bills Mini Helmet by Riddell. After a College Hall of Fame career at linebacker for West Virginia University, Talley played in four Super Bowls in 12 seasons with Buffalo. He was a Pro Bowl selection in 1990 and 1991 and an All-Pro in 1990 and 1993. He finished his career with a year in Atlanta and a year in Minnesota. Talley was a fan favorite in Buffalo. In 2009, fans named him to the Bills’ 50th Anniversary All-Time Team. His autograph is mint 9 to gem mint 10 on the mint helmet. Beside his signature he added “#56,” his uniform number, and below, “Spiderman,” one of his nicknames with the Bills.
Winning Bid $25     




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