1975-80 Jack "Hacksaw" Reynolds Game Worn Los Angeles Rams...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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Description1975-80 Jack "Hacksaw" Reynolds Game Worn Los Angeles Rams Jersey. A two-time All-Pro and Pro-Bowler during his eleven-year tenure with the Rams, Hacksaw also won two Super Bowl titles with the 49ers during his four seasons in San Francisco.
The blue mesh gamer presented here sparkles with "64" on the front, back, and sleeves, and "Reynolds" on the verso nameplate, all screened-on in yellow and white heat transfers. Outstanding design design features include oversized Rams horns, which are sewn onto the sleeves in a lightweight yellow knit fabric, and customized hand-warmer pockets for cold weather games. The jersey is also custom hemmed above the tagline, which explains the absence of any tagging.
This specimen exhibits evidence of game use in the form of four team stitch repairs, pain transfers, and fabric dings. However, the cracking of the name on the verso is probably not the result of game use. A fine jersey from a talented and beloved player.
Guide Value or Estimate: $2,000 - up.
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