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    1926 Alabama Crimson Tide "The Will to Win" Rose Bowl Championship Pictorial Booklet. In the contest that is commonly referred to as "the game that changed the south," Alabama only needed the third quarter, which consisted of all 20 of the Crimson Tide's points, to defeat the Washington Huskies in the 1926 Rose Bowl. Unquestionably, one of the most significant games in Alabama history, 55,000 fans packed Pasadena's Rose Bowl to watch the two undefeated teams square off, and this EX memento represents that special game in complete flare. No rips, tears or excess writing can be seen in this Hall of Fame-caliber treasure. Even rarer than the 1926 Rose Bowl program that we sold in November 2010 for more than $11,000, this 9.5x12" pictorial is bound by its original red thread and includes the all-important 9x34" panoramic view of the Rose Bowl playing field. Alabama collectors are some of the most savvy in the hobby, and this piece will be sure to turn the heads of even the most discerning Crimson Tide gurus.

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    May, 2012
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
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