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Marcus Allen Mint 9 Autograph on an 8” x 10” Color Action Photo.

Lot 434. Marcus Allen Mint 9 Autograph on an 8” x 10” Color Action Photo. “The Sporting News” rated him 72nd on its 20th century “Football’s Greatest Players” list. After starring at USC, Allen was a six-time Pro Bowler for the Los Angeles Raiders or Kansas City Chiefs. Among his many awards are the Heisman Trophy and Maxwell Award at USC in 1981; he was the NFL MVP and Offensive Player of the Year in 1986 and the Super Bowl XVII MVP in 1983. Regarded as one of the best short-yardage and goal line runners in NFL history, he is also the NFL’s first 10,000/5,000 man – 12,243 yards rushing and 5,411 receiving. And he scored 145 touchdowns, second only to Jerry Rice. Of course, he is a member of both the College and Pro Football Halls of Fame. Winning Bid $30.    

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