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    2011 Super Bowl XLV Game Used Football - Packers vs. Steelers (PSA/DNA Certification). Few realized it at the time, but when the Green Bay Packers entered the 2010 postseason, the Mike McCarthy-led squad was by far the most talented team in the entire National Football League. A combination of veteran leaders such as Charles Woodson, Aaron Rodgers and Donald Driver, and young stars like Clay Matthews, Jordy Nelson and B.J. Raji, the 2010 Packers dominated the NFC playoffs and shocked the world when they defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV.

    The offered ball is accompanied by an all-important PSA/DNA COA, and is one of 54 Steelers-branded "Wilson (Goodell)" pigskins that was used on February 6, 2011, and this gridiron artifact shows solid game use and the proper referee marking (WV) above the small "Wilson" trademark stamp.

    Great piece from one of the most beloved professional sports franchises and from one of the most significant games in sports history. COA from PSA/DNA #N96967.

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    August, 2019
    17th-18th Saturday-Sunday
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