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    Early 1990's Reggie White Game Worn Philadelphia Eagles Helmet. The offered "Riddell" made helmet shell is green impregnated and sports the Eagles' green color hue on its exterior. The wing logos are silver with white trim and exhibit the correct color hues, surface texture, mill depth and placement. The lower back shell correctly sports the NFL shield logo, size "L" stamp, the white on clear warning sticker and a vertically placed ridge. The customized front bumper "EAGLES" is present. White's full cage mask, one of many styles he wore, is original with clear but discolored clips. The original leather chinstrap is present with tape augmenters on the low hookup portion. The interior padding is AF2, a style used for large and odd shaped head crowns. White qualified for this style. The helmet is completely intact and has consistency of wear on the exterior, interior mask and chinstrap. Overall, a quality mid-career headgear representation of the late, great, Reggie White. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2010
    4th-5th Thursday-Friday
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