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    Circa 1985 Mike Singletary Game Worn Jersey. One glance at this "Super Bowl Shuffle" era gamer will immediately transport the viewer back to those glory days in the Windy City when Sweetness, the Fridge and that crazy quarterback Jim McMahon were dominating the National Football League. The presented jersey was worn in combat by the ten-time Pro Bowl linebacker and 1998 Hall of Fame inductee Singletary during that unforgettable era, and exhibits marvelous wear with several sizeable team repairs bearing witness to the brutality. Number "50" is screened in white and orange to chest, back and sleeves, with "Singletary" screened in block across rear nameplate. The Halas memorial "GSH" is incorporated into the screened left sleeve striping. Proper "Wilson [size] 48" label remains affixed in lower left tail. Completing the package is a 10/10 blue sharpie signature on the rear numerals tagged "HOF 98" and "My Game Worn Jersey." LOA from Lou Lampson. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication (autograph).

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    April, 2009
    23rd-24th Thursday-Friday
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