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    1972 Miami Dolphins Perfect Season Team Signed Helmet. The perfect season of the 1972 Miami Dolphins is the stuff that legends are made of. It scarcely seems possible that an NFL team could run the table, but they did as they finished 17-0 en route to collecting the Super Bowl Trophy. This full size replica helmet is signed by the only men in football history who finished their season without a loss - playoffs included. The blue felt tip signatures average 9/10 with a few lighter. Included are: Fleming, Yepremian, Jenkins, Warfield, Ginn, Stanfill, Ball, Twilley, Ed Jenkins, Moore, Stowe, Kiick, Anderson, Kindig, Crusan, Morrall, Little, Heinz, Griese, Kuchenberg ("Kooch"), Shula, Dunaway, Morris, Fernandez, Evans, Csonka, Langer, Den Herder, Leigh, Kadish, Powell, Riley, Babb, Mandich, Briscoe, Del Gazio, Buoniconti, Johnson, Dunaway and more. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2018
    18th-19th Saturday-Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 16
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