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    1991 Vince Lombardi "Iconic Super Bowl II Celebration" Original Print by Neil Leifer - Personalized to Dick Schaap. A legendary photographer, who is known for taking great risks, Neil Leifer's shot of the Cleveland Williams vs. Muhammad Ali fight from the rafters of the Houston Astrodome was declared the greatest sports photograph in history by The Observer.

    Presented here is an equally iconic image featuring Vince Lombardi after Super Bowl II, which made a 1968 cover of Sports Illustrated. The original print was presented to famed sports writer, and life long Packers fan, Dick Schaap in 1991. Signed in Mint sharpie "For Dick," by Leifer, it includes the following personalization: "Who's always riding high in my book, From your #1 fan and friend."

    Framed and matted at 12.5x16". Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.


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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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