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    1960 Bart Starr Green Bay Packers Check Signed by Starr & Lombardi.
    The Hall of Fame quarterback who would come to define this fabled franchise was in just the fifth season of his career when he cashed this check for fifty dollars made payable to him from the business account of the "Green Bay Packers, Inc." Signing off on the funds at bottom right are team president Dominic Olejniczak and General Manager Vincent Lombardi. This was also to be Lombardi's second season as the club's head coach, and the year he helped the Packers reach the NFL championship game. Lombardi's signature is a bold 10/10 while Starr's endorsement is a notch below. The bank stamp holes do touch Starr's blue ballpoint signature. Three fold marks appear, one which goes through Lombardi's signature. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    August, 2018
    18th-19th Saturday-Sunday
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