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    The number one "Stubs Basic Set" in the PSA Registry!

    1967-2008 Super Bowl Ticket Stubs Basic Set of 42.
    It was December 5, 1856 that The New York Mercury coined the term, "the national pastime" to characterize the game of baseball. And clearly, for a dozen decades to follow, the sport was the alpha dog of the pack by every metric that mattered--fan base, marketing dollars, the relative fame of its leading practitioners. There simply was no contemporary football equivalent to Babe Ruth, to Ted Williams, to Mickey Mantle.

    But the tide of American culture in the post-war era has trended toward speed, toward action, making our "national pastime" feel more and more like a throwback. That's part of its charm--a large part--and this hobby is, to a significant degree, an affectionate homage to that gentler pace of a day at the ballpark. It's clear that today the sport of football, with its thunder and flash, is the truest athletic expression of an America raised on the pumping strobe of MTV videos and blockbuster action films.

    And, arguably, there is no date on the calendar as thoroughly American as Super Bowl Sunday, an event that serves as a liturgy to all that has come to define our nation, both good and bad, from elite competition to crass commercialism. No single event captures the attention of more American citizens, with television viewership outpacing even the balloting of Presidential elections.

    It hasn't always been this way, of course, and this collection serves as the most effective tangible documentation of the contest's rise to prominence. Presented is the number one "Basic" set of stubs on the PSA set registry:

    1967 Super Bowl I (White), Green Bay 35 - Kansas City 10, MVP Bart Starr - PSA NM 7 (1/1, none higher), 1968 Super Bowl II (Yellow), Green Bay 35 - Oakland 14, MVP Bart Starr - PSA EX-MT 6 (1/4, one higher), 1969 Super Bowl III (Yellow), N.Y. Jets 16 - Baltimore 7, MVP Joe Namath - PSA NM 7 (1/1, one higher), 1970 Super Bowl IV (White), Kansas City 23 - Minnesota 17, MVP Len Dawson - PSA EX 5 (1/2, one higher), 1971 Super Bowl V (Blue), Baltimore 16 - Dallas 13, MVP Chuck Howley - PSA EX-MT 6 (1/3, none higher), 1972 Super Bowl VI (Blue), Dallas 24 - Miami 3, MVP Roger Staubach - PSA EX-MT 6 (1/2, one higher), 1973 Super Bowl VII, Miami 14 - Washington 7, MVP Jake Scott - PSA NM-MT 8 (1/1, none higher), 1974 Super Bowl VIII, Miami 24 - Minnesota 7, MVP Larry Czonka - PSA MT 9 (1/5, none higher), 1975 Super Bowl IX (Red), Pittsburgh 16 - Minnesota 6, MVP Franco Harris - PSA NM 7 (1/1, none higher), 1976 Super Bowl X, Pittsburgh 21 - Dallas 17, MVP Lynn Swann - PSA MT 9 (1/1, none higher), 1977 Super Bowl XI, Oakland 32 - Minnesota 14, MVP Fred Biletnikoff - PSA MT 9 (1/1, none higher), 1978 Super Bowl XI (White), Dallas 27 - Denver 10, MVP White/Martin - PSA NM-MT 8 (1/10, none higher), 1979 Super Bowl XIII, Pittsburgh 35 - Dallas 31, MVP Terry Bradshaw - PSA NM-MT 8 (1/6, none higher), 1980 Super Bowl XIV, Pittsburgh 31 - L.A. Rams 19, MVP Terry Bradshaw - PSA MT 9 (1/1, none higher), 1981 Super Bowl XV (Gold), Oakland 27 - Philadelphia 10, MVP Jim Plunkett - PSA NM-MT 8, 1982 Super Bowl XVI, San Francisco 26 - Cincinnati 21, MVP Joe Montana - PSA NM 7, 1983 Super Bowl XVII, Washington 27 - Miami 17, MVP John Riggins - PSA NM-MT 8, 1984 Super Bowl XVIII, L.A. Raiders 38 - Washington 9, MVP Marcus Allen - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/1), 1985 Super Bowl XIX, San Francisco 38 - Miami 16, MVP Joe Montana - PSA NM-MT 8, 1986 Super Bowl XX (Silver), Chicago 46 - New England 10, MVP Richard Dent - PSA NM-MT 8, 1987 Super Bowl XXI, N.Y. Giants 39 - Denver 20, MVP Phil Simms - PSA NM-MT 8, 1988 Super Bowl XXII, Washington 42 - Denver 10, MVP Doug Williams - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/1), 1989 Super Bowl XXIII, San Francisco 20 - Cincinnati 16, MVP Jerry Rice - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/2), 1990 Super Bowl XXIV (Purple), San Francisco 55 - Denver 10, MVP Joe Montana - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/2), 1991 Super Bowl XXV, Giants 20 Buffalo 19 MVP Ottis Anderson - PSA MT 9 (1/1, none higher), 1992 Super Bowl XXVI, Washington 37 - Buffalo 24, MVP Mark Rypien - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/2), 1993 Super Bowl XXVII (Blue), Dallas 52 - Buffalo 17, MVP Troy Aikman - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/2), 1994 Super Bowl XXVIII (Orange), Dallas 30 - Buffalo 13, MVP Emmitt Smith - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/3), 1995 Super Bowl XXIX (Tan), San Francisco 49 - San Diego 26, MVP Steve Young - PSA MT 9 (1/2), 1996 Super Bowl XXX (Purple), Dallas 27 - Pittsburgh 17, MVP Larry Brown - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/1), 1997 Super Bowl XXXI (Green), Green Bay 35 - Patriots 21, MVP Desmond Howard - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/1), 1998 Super Bowl XXXII (Gold), Denver 31 - Green Bay 24, MVP Terrell Davis - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/2), 1999 Super Bowl XXXIII (Green), Denver 34 - Atlanta 19, MVP John Elway - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/2), 2000 Super Bowl XXXIV (Purple), St. Louis 23 - Tennessee 16, MVP Kurt Warner - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/2), 2001 Super Bowl XXXV (Yellow), Baltimore 34 - Giants 7, MVP Ray Lewis - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/1), 2002 Super Bowl XXXVI (Khaki), Patriots 20 - St. Louis 17, MVP Tom Brady - PSA GEM MT 10, 2003 Super Bowl XXXVII (Yellow), Tampa Bay 48 - Oakland 21, MVP Dexter Jackson - PSA GEM MT 10, 2004 Super Bowl XXXVIII (Gold), Patriots 32 - Carolina 29, MVP Tom Brady - PSA NM-MT 8, 2005 Super Bowl XXXIX (Yellow), Patriots 24 - Eagles 21, MVP Deion Branch - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/3), 2006 Super Bowl XL (Orange), Pittsburgh 21 - Seattle 10, MVP Hines Ward - PSA GEM MT 10, 2007 Super Bowl XLI (Silver), Indianapolis 29 - Chicago 17, MVP Peyton Manning - PSA GEM MT 10 (1/1), 2008 Super Bowl XLII (Blue), N.Y. Giants 17 - New England 14, MVP Eli Manning - PSA GEM MT 10.

    All tickets from 2009 forward are barcode-scanned, thus the end of the stub vs. full ticket dichotomy. It should be a rather simple matter to complete the run with these scanned tickets however, should the winning bidder decide to proceed in that manner.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2018
    24th-25th Saturday-Sunday
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