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    1967 Bobby Layne Pro Football Hall of Fame Salesman's Sample Ring. Impressive relic is identical in design to the one presented to Texas' favorite gridiron son, a star at Highland Park (Dallas) High School and the University of Texas before entering the NFL as the third overall pick in the 1948 draft. His number "22" jersey is now retired by both the Longhorns and the Detroit Lions, a team he led to three NFL Championships.

    The logo of the Hall of Fame is embossed in gold onto a blue stone on the ring's face, which is encircled by raised text reporting, "Pro Football's Hall of Fame." Left shank is engraved "Quarterback" above imagery of the museum's facade, while right shank features imagery of game action framed between engraved text reading, "Bobby Layne" and "Elected 1967." Interior band is stamped "Balfour 10K" and measures to a size twelve (12). Mint in Balfour ring box.

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    May, 2016
    12th-14th Thursday-Saturday
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