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    Circa 1956 Joe Perry Game Worn San Francisco 49ers Jersey. The star fullback on San Francisco's famed "Million Dollar Backfield", Joe Perry joined legends Y.A. Tittle, Hugh McElhenny and John Henry Johnson in what is regarded as one of the best offensive quartet's in NFL history. An esteemed member of Canton's Pro Football Hall of Fame, and the league's 1950's All Decade Team, Perry wore this red cotton jersey during the mid 1950's.

    Displaying an amazing array of team repairs, blood stains and numeral puckering throughout, it features white tackle twill numbers on the front and back. In addition, the proper Wilson size 48 tag is in the tail. According to a quick search online, this may be the only red Joe Perry offered at auction, and will surely be one of the nicest of any style from the Compton Junior College alum. LOA from Heritage Auctions.


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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 15
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