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    1960's-90's Highly Significant Green Bay Packers Moments Press Photographs Lot of 7. A splendid collection of highly significant press photographs from the league's most storied franchise are presented in lot of seven beauties. Included are the following, each measuring in the 7x9" to 8x10" range: Ice Bowl sneak (John Biever photo stamp on back - most likely issued in the early 1970's to media outlet), 1968 Lombardi resigns as Packers head coach (Vernon Biever stamp on back - issued in 1968 - originial), 1967 Ice Bowl sneak original wire photo (SPORT magazine stamp on back), 1960 NFL Championship Jim Taylor (stamped 1960 on back), 1966 NFL Championship Game (Vernon Biever stamp on back - most likely issued in the early 1970's), 1st Touchdown in Super Bowl I Max McGee (Sporting News Archives hologram on back - most likely issued in the 1970's), 1993 Reggie White becomes a Packer and turns the franchise's bad luck around (stamped 1993 on back). NM quality exhibited throughout.

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    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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