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    2006 Marion Barber Game Worn Throwback Uniform. A lucky uniform for the young running back out of Minnesota, who found the end zone twice the first time he wore this classic retro style in a late November meeting with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Fine wear is apparent here from the uniform's second appearance on the gridiron in 2006, a Christmas day loss to Philly. Heavy contact marks on front numerals of the jersey, and a sizable tear to the right sleeve are the most apparent signs of the struggle. Barber's number "24" and surname are applied in bold tackle twill to the mesh and dazzle cloth jersey, which sports "06-48" label inside collar. Custom elasticized waistband. Matching pants have number "24" in marker on interior waistband, and "Reebok" label with "36" and "S.I." flap tags affixed. Again we find the "06" year label sewn in waistband. A great gamer from one of the League's top young ball carriers.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2007
    5th Saturday
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