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    1950s Cleveland Browns Signed Contracts Lot of 35. Excellent collection of signed contracts from early in the history of the Cleveland Browns organization. Many have been signed by original Browns head coach Paul Brown as well as commissioner Bert Bell. Some of the contracts have had names clipped from them to make cut signatures, but a bevy of vintage Browns signatures is still the prize of this lot. The players included in the 35 contracts are Vince Costello, Don Steinbrunner, John Macerelli, Donald Colo, Don Paul, Fred Morrison, Darrell Brewster, Warren Lahr, Richard Kreitling, Sanford Sacks, Charles Fisher, Sherman Howard, Edward Magdziak, Don Steinbrunner, Ray Renfro, Kenneth Konz, Darrell Brewster, Gordon Krtley, Jr, Ed Prelock, Kenneth Carpenter,John Sandusky, Thomas Thompson, Abe Gibron, Robert Vaskuhl, Kenneth Gorgal, Ray Verkirk, Donald Paul, John Petitbon, Thomas Jones, Fred Morrison, Don Colo, Paul Anders, Sherman Howard, Derrell Palmer, Peter Perini LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2007
    23rd Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 11
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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