DALLAS COWBOYS - AUTOGRAPH CIRCA 1972 CO-SIGNED BY: MIKE DITKA, WALT GARRISON, HERB ADDERLEY, BOB LILLY, CRAIG MORTON, ROGER STAUBACH, DAN REEVES, MEL RENFRO, LEE ROY JORDAN, JETHRO PUGH, LARRY COLE, BILLY TRUAX, TOM STINCIC, RODNEY WALLACE, CHARLIE WATERS, D.D. LEWIS, CHUCK HOWLEY, CLIFF HARRIS, TODY SMITH, JOHN NILAND, BOB HAYES, RAYFIELD WRIGHT, CLAXTON WELCH, DON TALBERT, JOHN FITZGERALD, GEORGE ANDRIE, MIKE CLARK, BLAINE NYE, CALVIN HILL, MARK WASHINGTON, DAVE MANDERS, JOE WILLIAMS - HFSID 290232
1972 DALLAS COWBOYS 14½x10 page with the signatures of the 1972 Dallas Cowboys, framed with a 10½x8½ color photograph of the team to 18½x24 overall Signatures:
Sale Price $1,870.00
1972 DALLAS COWBOYS 14½x10 page with the signatures of the 1972 Dallas Cowboys, framed with a 10½x8½ color photograph of the team to 18½x24 overall Signatures: "Mike/Ditka/#89", "Best of Luck/#74/Bob Lilly", "Billy Truax/#87", "#12/Roger Staubach", "Rod Wallace/#71", "Charlie Waters/#41", "Craig Morton/#14", "Tom Stincic/56", "Lee Roy Jordan/#55", "Larry Cole/#63", "Chuck Howley/#54", "Cliff Harris/#43", "John Niland/#76", "D.D. Lewis/#50", "Tody Smith/85", "Bob Hayes/#22", "Rodney Wallace/#70", "Mike Clark (83 written above the r in Clark)", "Claxton Welch/#42", "Don Talbert/#72", "John Fitzgerald/62", "George Andrie/#66", "Blaine Nye/#61", "Mark Washington/#46", "Dan/Reeves/#30", "Calvin Hill/#35", "Dave/Manders/51", "Mel/Renfro/#20", "Joe Williams/#36", "Walt Garrison/#32", "Jethro Pugh/#75" and one unidentified signature signed with the number 64. Accompanied by a color 10½x8½ of the team and framed to 18½x24 overall. The Dallas Cowboys as a franchise was created in 1960, since that year the team has won five Super Bowls. Coming off of a 24-3 Super Bowl victory over the Miami Dolphins in 1971, the 1972 Cowboys were geared up for another strong season. It was Tom Landry's thirteenth season as head coach and he had a group of future Hall of Famers on his team including Herb Adderley, Mel Renfro, Mike Ditka, Bob Lilly and quarterback Roger Staubach. The team finished 10-4, second in the NFC east, and moved on to the playoffs as the wild card team. In their division playoff game against the San Francisco 49ers, Roger Staubach orchestrated a comeback 30-28 win in the final two minutes; the game is still considered one of the Dallas Cowboys greatest wins. However the momentum from the win did not carry over into the NFC championship game, and the team lost 26-3 to the Washington Redskins. The defense of this generation and a number of the signers are part of the Cowboys original "Doomsday Defense". America's Team still entertains and dazzles television viewers and spectators at Cowboys Stadium during every football season. Frame lightly worn. Otherwise, fine condition. Not framed in Gallery of History style.
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