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    1972-74 Jack Snow Game Worn Jersey. An All-American receiver out of Notre Dame, Snow went on to a solid eleven-year professional career with the Los Angeles Rams. Like Lynn Swann, Troy Brown and other great receivers with relatively modest stats, his value and contribution is more remembered for his clutch catch, important block, yardage after the catch and overall productivity. This blue mesh gamer was a favorite target for Hall of Fame quarterback Roman Gabriel, and shows moderate wear from the era of that memorable partnership. Number "84" is screened to chest, back and sleeves, with plate housing the name on back removed, presumably for a second life as a practice jersey. Dual "Sand-Knit" tagging in tail expresses "Rams Exclusivity" and "Size 46." While the missing name on back makes for a somewhat imperfect representation, Snow jerseys are particularly tough and this rates as a very strong example in every other regard. An appealing jersey in a scarce style. LOA from Lou Lampson.

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    October, 2007
    27th Saturday
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