1967 Jerry Kramer Super Bowl I Original Color Photograph.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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Description1967 Jerry Kramer Super Bowl I Original Color Photograph. At long last Jerry Kramer became a Pro Football Hall of Famer in 2018 after ten times being a finalist. Kramer, along with Jim Taylor and Ray Nitschke, all hailed from the historic Green Bay Packers' draft of 1958 - which would lead to the hiring of Vince Lombardi a year later.
A five time NFL champion, Kramer is imaged here pulling to block for running back Elijah Pitts against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl I. Of particular interest - this exact image was used to photo match Kramer's jersey from SBI, which was sold for over $45,000 in 1016 (Lot #7155-80059).
Quarterback Bart Starr can be seen after the handoff in the background and Fuzzy Thurston along the right edge of the 3.25x4.25 color photograph. "64 - Jerry Kramer" and "18" penned in black ink upon the top and bottom borders, respectively. Reverse is blank aside from printed "POLACOLOR C012771E." Light-to-mild wear exhibited throughout.
Guide Value or Estimate: $150 - up.
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