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    1970 Bob Jeter Game Worn Green Bay Packers Jersey. One of the key members of Lombardi's stellar defense during the team's three-in-a-row NFL championship run from 1965-67, Bob Jeter tallied an impressive 26 interceptions during his notable pro career at cornerback. An esteemed member of the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame, Jeter wore this heavily used white Durene Packers road jersey during his last year in Titletown.

    Most likely also used during game play in addition to practice, as evident from its numerals, which are beginning to separate from the white fabric, it has the proper Packers exclusivity and Sand Knit size 44 tagging in the tail. The nameplate is no longer affixed to the back, but the stitching outline remains. One of the most beautiful style shirts in all of football, this is one of few original Packer white Durenes to hit the block in recent memory. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    August, 2019
    17th-18th Saturday-Sunday
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