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    1942 Curly Lambeau Signed Player's Contract (John Stonebraker) and Letter. It may seem far fetched, but in 1942 end John Stonebraker was paid a whopping $225 for each game played for the Green Bay Packers. Presented here is proof of that interesting salary tidbit, and it comes in the form of the USC alum's '42 Packers contract signed by legendary head coach and team co-founder Curly Lambeau. Signed in 7/10 fountain pen ink, the EX 8.5x11" document is accompanied with a piece of team letterhead that features a secretarial Lambeau signature. An amazing and exceedingly scarce set from one of the most sought after Hall of Famers in gridiron history. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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