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    1994 Super Bowl XXVIII Lombardi Trophy Presented to Dallas Cowboys Assistant Coach Robert Ford. It was the first time that the same two teams met in consecutive Super Bowls, and while the contest was a bit less one-sided than the demolition at the Rose Bowl, the Cowboys scored twenty-four unanswered second half points at the Georgia Dome to coast to a comfortable thirty to thirteen victory.

    Here is the hardware earned by the team's tight end coach Robert Ford, crafted to sixteen inches in height with a curved triangular base supporting a miniature football at the top. The logo of the NFL stands in a raised seal on the face amidst the engraved words "Vince Lombardi Trophy, Super Bowl XXVIII Champions, The Dallas Cowboys." One turn counter-clockwise reveals an engraved "Robert Ford, Coach" at bottom corner that we interpret to be some sort of serial number. Minimal loss of silvering, typical of these player models, is apparent, but our catalog imagery should convey that the aesthetics remain quite strong.

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    October, 2019
    17th-25th Thursday-Friday
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