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    1969 Nick Buoniconti Game Worn & Signed Miami Dolphins Jersey.
    One of the greatest leaders on the Miami Dolphins historic 1972 undefeated championship squad, Nick Buoniconti was an AFL All Star on both the Boston Patriots and Miami Dolphins, during his Hall of Fame career. One of few players who tallied 20 sacks and 20 interceptions a career, the Notre Dame alum wore this extremely desirable white Durene style jersey during the 1969 season.

    Presenting its correct 3D drop shadow sleeve numbers, and similar style numbers on the front and back, it has the proper Wilson size 52 tag in the tail. A nice array of hit marks and solid wear is exhibited throughout. In addition, the front is signed by the famed linebacker in black sharpie, and his name is sewn on the back nameplate, which completes this intimidating gridiron artifact. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Full LOA from PSA/DNA (autograph). Full LOA from SGC (autograph).


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2018
    24th-25th Saturday-Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 15
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