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    1970 Jim Grabowski Game Worn Green Bay Packers Jersey. After finishing third in the Heisman Trophy voting after his senior season at Illinois, Jim Grabowski joined fellow Packers 1966 first round draft pick Donny Anderson to make up the famed "Gold Dust Twins" backfield. An NFL champion under coach Lombardi in 1966 and 1967, Grabowski wore this white Durene beauty during his 1970 season in Titletown.

    Exhibiting heavy wear with multiple team repairs, it displays sewn-on green twill numbers, and evidence of stitching from a missing back nameplate can be easily detected. The proper Sand Knit size 46 tag is in the tail, while another size 46 tag is in the collar. Consigned by a man who received it from a Packers assistant coach while in attendance at a football camp in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in the early 1970's, it is one of few vintage Durene Packers road jerseys that we've handled. LOA from Heritage Auctions.


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    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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