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    1992 Brett Favre First Start Packers vs. Steelers Full Ticket, PSA Mint 9. Who would have imagined that the Packers quarterback who started in the game versus the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 27, 1992, would still be playing in 2010, and would have never missed a game since? Amazing really, but Brett Favre has proved time after time not to bet against him. The "Old Gunslinger," or should we say "Young Gunslinger," defeated the Steelers, 17-3, in front of the Lambeau Field crowd during that historic game. Offered here is a PSA Mint 9 exemplar from that significant game, which presents brilliant pink and white color, and four razor sharp corners. We have never offered or seen another example similar to this offering, and this piece is as pristine as it gets.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2010
    22nd-23rd Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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