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    Early 1960's Dallas Texans Game Worn Sidelines Jacket. Highly desirable AFL representation predates the club's move and transformation into the Kansas City Chiefs in 1963. The importance of the Dallas Texans franchise, though only three years old at the time of the move, cannot be overstated. It was Lamar Hunt's own team, headquartered in his Dallas hometown, and therefore arguably the most significant of the American Football League that Hunt founded. This lightweight nylon parka features the red and yellow theme utilized by the Chiefs to this day, with "Dallas Texans" spelled across verso in bold tackle twill lettering. The interior lining is a "goldish" yellow hue, and the upper collar sports a 1960's "Southland" label (partially disengaged) along with a "CB Co." (Cullom & Borne distributor) label with an "M" sizing flap tag. Front and collar snaps are present and functional. Wear is light. LOA from Lou Lampson.
    Guide Value or Estimate: $800 - $1,200.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2008
    17th-18th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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