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    1967 NFL Championship Game Full Ticket, PSA EX-MT 6 - The "Ice Bowl"! One sane football fan stepped outside his door in Green Bay, Wisconsin, felt a blast of winter air against his skin that dropped the mercury to thirteen degrees below zero, and went right back inside. As such, he was not one of the 50,000 parka-clad fans on hand to witness the Green Bay Packers claim their third consecutive NFL title with a twenty-one to seventeen victory over the Dallas Cowboys in a New Year's Eve meeting known forever afterwards as "The Ice Bowl." That fan's entirely reasonable decision to avoid the frigid Lambeau Field will now allow one collector to bring a marvelously rare piece into his collection. It will be a warm New Year's Eve in Green Bay before you see another. Encapsulated by PSA, EX-MT 6.

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    May, 2021
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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