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    1968 New York Jets Team Reunion Signed Helmet. The team that shocked the football world (and certainly the highly-favored Baltimore Colts) with a Super Bowl III victory reunite upon this ProLine helmet to celebrate their historic upset. Twenty-seven Champs are here in total, signing in NM-MT black sharpie. Chief among them are Namath, Snell, Boozer, Maynard, Philbin, Elliot, Mathis, Sauer, Rochester, Herman and Baker. COA from Steiner Sports. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.


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    May, 2020
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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