CLEVELAND BROWNS - PRINTED ART SIGNED 1964 CO-SIGNED BY: JIM BROWN, LEROY KELLY, FRANK RYAN, GALEN FISS, JIM HOUSTON, JIM KANICKI, MONTE CLARK, DICK SCHAFRATH, GARY COLLINS, WALTER BEACH, LARRY BENZ, JOHN BREWER, VINCE COSTELLO, ROSS FICHTNER, BOB GAIN, BILL GLASS, ERNIE GREEN, GENE HICKERSON, DICK MODZELEWSKI, JOHN MORROW, BERNIE PARRISH, PAUL WIGGIN, JOHN WOOTEN, BOBBY FRANKLIN, JAMES FIORENTINO - HFSID 287193
Sale Price $1,020.00
CLEVELAND BROWNS: CO SIGNED: JIM BROWN, LEROY KELLY, FRANK RYAN, GALEN FISS,
JIM HOUSTON, JIM KANICKI, MONTE CLARK, DICK SCHAFRATH, GARY COLLINS, WALTER
BEACH, LARRY BENZ, JOHN BREWER, VINCE COSTELLO, ROSS FICHTNER, BOB GAIN, BILL
GLASS, ERNIE GREEN, GENE HICKERSON, DICK MODZELEWSKI, JOHN MORROW, BERNIE
PARRISH, PAUL WIGGIN, JOHN WOOTEN, BOBBY FRANKLIN, JAMES FIORENTINO
33¾x23½ 1964 Cleveland Browns Lithograph with images of 24 players, all players signed below his image
Printed Art signed: "Jim Brown", "Leroy Kelly", "Frank Ryan", "Galen Fiss", "Jim Houston", "Jim Kanicki", "Monte Clark", "Dick Schafrath", "Gary Collins", "Walter Beach", "Larry Benz", "John Brewer", "Vince Costello", "Ross Fichtner","Bob Gain", "Bill Glass", "Ernie Green", "Gene Hickerson","Dick Modzelewski","John Morrow", "Bernie Parrish", "Paul Wiggin", "John Wooten", "Bobby Franklin" and "James Fiorentino" in blue felt tip, 33¾x23½. Signed at the Cleveland National 2004 and 64 Browns reunion 2005 November 16. Each image depicts a player in a different stance, all in their uniforms. The 1964 Browns upset the heavily favored Johnny Unitas and Baltimore Colts star studded lineup. With home field advantage the browns held the Unitas's offense to a 0-0 score at halftime. In the second half Cleveland scored 27 unanswered points to a 27-0 victory for the Browns. This was their fourth and most recent NFL championship. Included here are four members of football's Hall of Fame: JIM BROWN, generally considered the greatest running back of all time and kick return man LEROY KELLY. FRANK RYAN was the quarterback. GARY COLLINS was MVP of the NFL championship game, scoring three touchdowns in the Browns' rout of the Colts. The Cleveland Browns formed in 1946 and won all four championships of the All-America Football Conference (1946-1950). They also won four championships in the successor National Football League. The original Browns franchise moved to Baltimore in 1996, becoming the Ravens, but a new Browns team took the field for Cleveland, beginning in 1999. Lightly creased. Fine condition.
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