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    1925 Knute Rockne Signed "The Four Winners Hardcover" Book. It was a good year for the legendary coach of the Fighting Irish, as Rockne led Notre Dame to a National Championship with a New Year's Day Rose Bowl victory, and later saw the book he authored, "The Four Winners," roll off the printing press to popular and critical acclaim. Presented here is a first edition of that publication, packed with more than 250 pages of collegiate gridiron wisdom. Our favorite page, however, is the very first one, offering an near perfect black ink inscription, "Sincerely Knute K. Rockne." The book itself shows expected but acceptable wear, with missing dustjacket, light rubbing at the edges and a tight binding, and remains entirely presentable and complete. A fine piece from one of the great names of Golden Age athletics. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC.

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