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    1969-70 Pat Richter Game Worn Washington Redskins Jersey. A nine-time letterman and two-time football All-American while at the University of Wisconsin, Pat Richter was a first round draft pick who played eight seasons with the Washington Redskins as a receiver, punter, and special teams player. Later, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a player.

    Stunning nylon durene gamer sports "88" on the front, back, and sleeves, all sewn-on in white tackle twill. Gold/maroon/white stripes adorn the sleeves with a singular "Sand-Knit 48" tag present in the tail. There are remnants on the left shoulder from where the NFL 50th anniversary patch once resided. After Richter wore this jersey in 1969, the patch was removed and the uniform was carried over for the 1970 season, his last in the NFL. This exemplar shows fine game wear from two seasons, including blood stains on the front identifiers. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2019
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