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    Circa 1927 Jerry Ransavage Owned & Worn Notre Dame Fighting Irish Sweater.
    Offered here is a gorgeous player's sweater straight from the era of the legendary Knute Rockne. Worn by Fighting Irish star Jerry Ransavage during the the late 1920's at the historic South Bend educational institution, it was obtained from an Indiana estate auction many years ago. An "A&G Spalding Brothers" manufacturer's tag is in the neckline, while an attractive "ND" letterman's style patch is at front and center. The all important chainlinked name embroidered swatch is in the interior, as are period "Spalding" and "size 44" labels. No holes or tears were found on the gem. A perfect tribute to Rockne's powerhouse Notre Dame gridiron teams of the 1920's. Letter of provenance from consignor (copy). LOA from Heritage Auctions.


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    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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