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    1961-62 Daryle Lamonica Game Worn Notre Dame Fighting Irish Jersey. Nicknamed "The Mad Bomber" due to his affinity for throwing it up for grabs in virtually any situation, Daryle Lamonica led the Notre Dame Fighting Irish as starting quarterback for three seasons in the early 1960's. The Most Valuable Player of the 1962 East-West Shrine Game at Kezar Stadium, Lamonica wore this absolutely spectacular Kelly Green Durene jersey during his college days in South Bend. Accompanied with a letter of provenance from his Notre Dame classmate who received the jersey between 1964 and 1965 from a teammate of Lamonica's, it has the proper "Burean [size] 44" tag in the crotch piece. Exhibiting solid wear, with no flaws of any kind, we are confident when we state that this is one of the nicest Fighting Irish jerseys in the hobby. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Letter of provenance from Notre Dame student and classmate of Lamonica's.

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    May, 2017
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