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    Circa 1966 Donny Anderson Game Worn Green Bay Packers Jersey. A first-round selection by the Green Bay Packers in 1965, Donny Anderson was the well-paid successor to legendary Hall of Famer Jim Taylor. A Super Bowl champion during his first two NFL seasons, the Texas Tech alum wore this stunning white Durene Packers in the early part of his storied career.

    Exhibiting extremely excessive wear, which suggests it was also worn during practice, it displays frayed sewn-on numerals on the front, back and sleeves, while built-in hand warmers are in the front. In addition, the proper Sand Knit tag is in the tail, and a size 46 swatch is in the collar. According to our consignor, the father of the jersey's original owner once wore a game-worn blue and gold Packers sideline cape while ice fishing on the frigid Wisconsin waters, so we can only deduce that he had strong ties to the Packers organization, and hence, that is why he was able to obtain this Titletown beauty. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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