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    Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Legends Autographed Print The Dallas Cowboys entered the NFL in 1960 under the leadership and direction of coach Tom Landry. After struggling through the first few seasons the team galvanized, creating a winning legacy that continues until this day. The quarterback position of the Dallas Cowboys is one of the highest profile positions in the NFL. This lithograph represents six of the Dallas quarterbacks whose legacy of excellence has been passed down through years: Eddie Lebaron, Don Meredith, Craig Morton, Roger Staubach, Danny White, and Troy Aikman. Each has boldly signed below their respected image at the bottom. This beautiful limited edition litho is number 217/500 and measures 19.5" x 25.5". LOAs from James Spence & Steve Grad/PSA DNA and Mike Gutierrez/MGA.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2004
    10th-11th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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