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    Circa 1945-72 Alabama Crimson Tide Football Pennants Lot of 22 - With One Signed by Namath. Serious vintage pennant collectors tend to flock toward examples that are dated and those that represent significant games. This lot of 22 original pieces, features the famed University of Alabama football program, and it includes dated pennants that range from 1945-72. Included are the following: 1945 Sugar Bowl; 1962 Sugar Bowl (medium staining); 1963 Orange Bowl; 1964 Sugar Bowl (medium staining, signed by Joe Namath); 1965 Orange Bowl; 1972 Orange Bowl. The remaining pennants in the lot are undated, but include some of the rarest Tide examples ever offered. The majority of measure at the standard 29", exhibit typical wear, with tack holes at the corners and light staining (some better). Superb lot for any high-end collegiate pennant or Alabama collector.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2012
    25th-27th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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