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Autographed Biography of Brady Keys, Jr., Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Back.

Lot 440. Autographed Biography of Brady Keys, Jr., Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Back. Published in 1999, “The Brady Keys, Jr. Story” is subtitled “Overcoming Adversity by Staying Within the Blessing.” Latrina M. Patrick wrote this inspirational book. Keys’ autograph, personalized to “Fred,” is mint 9 to gem mint 10 on the title page. The softcover book, a fourth printing, is vg+ to ex with 190 extensively illustrated ex-m pages. Keys played for the Steelers from 1961 -67 and had one Pro Bowl appearance. With support from Steelers’ owner Dan Rooney, he became the first black American to own a national fast food franchise, All Pro Fried Chicken, which was eventually bought out by Kentucky Fried Chicken. When he retired from the business in 2002, he owned 11 KFC franchises. Keys died in 2017. Winning Bid $10.    

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