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Lot 444.  Pittsburgh Steelers-Cleveland Browns Program for a 1960 Pre-Season Fundraiser Game. The teams met on Aug. 18 at Forbes Field in the Fifth Annual Shrine Game. Proceeds benefited Shriner’s Hospital for Crippled Children. The vg+ to ex program contains 30 pages of photos and information. Jim Brown and Lou Groza are among the Browns pictured, and the program has small photos of Jimmy Orr, Tom Tracy and several other Steelers.
Winning Bid $10     


Lot 447.  12 Pittsburgh Steelers Media Guides, 1974-2002. The six earlier guides are in a 4” x 9” format, and the five more recent editions are 5.5” x 8.5”. Among the 1974 Steelers, Super Bowl VIII champions, were rookies Jack Lambert, John Stallworth, Lynn Swann and Mike Webster, all future Hall of Fame members. The guide contains a write-up on each player without a photo. The 1982 guide marks the Steelers’ 50th anniversary, and the 2002 edition, the team’s 70th. These publications range from 100 pages in 1974 to 396 in 2002. Chuck Noll is on the 1988 cover. The 2000 guide commemorates the closing of Three Rivers Stadium, and the 2001 issue, the opening of Heinz Field. Other guides are from 1977, 1986, 1987 with a discussion of rookie Rod Woodson, 1991, 1998 with photos of rookies Alan Faneca and Heinz Ward, and 1999. The 1974 guide is vg+ to ex, and the others average ex to ex-m.
Winning Bid $30     




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