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    1987 Mark Clayton Game Worn & Signed Miami Dolphins Jersey. The better half of the Dolphins' wide receiving tandem that formed the popular "Marks Brothers," Mark Clayton was named to five Pro Bowls during his storied professional career, while tallying nearly 9,000 receiving yards and a staggering 84 touchdowns. A possible consideration for Canton's Pro Football Hall of Fame, Clayton is an esteemed member of the Dolphins' "Honor Roll".

    Here we present an extremely rare white mesh road jersey that he wore during the peak of his tenure in South Beach. Exhibiting light wear with some dirt marks throughout, it has the proper screened-on identifiers on the front, back and sleeves, while a Champion size M tag is in the tail. Signed on the back in black ink, it is one of only few Clayton gamers to hit the auction block. LOA from Heritage Auctions. LOA from Pat Catello (Dolphins assistant equipment manager). Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic.


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2018
    18th-19th Thursday-Friday
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