GREEN BAY PACKERS - FOOTBALL SIGNED 1970 CO-SIGNED BY: RAY NITSCHKE, WILLIE WOOD, BOB JETER, DOUG HART, LIONEL ALDRIDGE, JIM FLANIGAN, KEN BOWMAN, DON HORN, BOB BROWN, DONNIE ANDERSON, CARROLL DALE, TRAVIS WILLIAMS, PERRY WILLIAMS, BART STARR, DICK HIMES, FRANCIS PEAY, FRED CARR, KEN ELLIS, MALCOLM WALKER, BILL HAYHOE, RICH MOORE, AL MATTHEWS, DALE LIVINGSTON, GARY M. CARTER, FRANK PATRICK, RICH MCGEORGE, JACK CLANCY, JOHN SPILIS, BILL LUECK, CLARENCE WILLIAMS, CLEO WALKER, MIKE MCCOY, DAVE BRADLEY, JOEY WARREN, LARRY KRAUSE, MICHAEL N. CARTER, JOHN HILTON, ERVIN HUNT - HFSID 279155
GREEN BAY PACKERS Football signed by 41 members of the 1970 Green Bay Packers, including Hall of Famers, Bart Starr and Ray Nitschke Inscribed football signed: "Malcolm
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GREEN BAY PACKERS Football signed by 41 members of the 1970 Green Bay Packers, including Hall of Famers, Bart Starr and Ray Nitschke Inscribed football signed: "Malcolm Walker", "Bill Hayhoe", "Bart Starr", "Perry Williams", "Rich Moore", "Frank Peay", "Al Matthews", "Dale/Livingston", "Gary M. Carter", "Bob Brown", "Jim Flanigan", "Frank Patrick", "Rich McGeorge", "Jack Clancy", "Ken Bowman", "Bob Jeter", "Ken Ellis", "John Spilis", "Lionel/Aldridge", "Bill Lueck", "Clarence Williams", "Ray Nitschke", "Cleo Walker", "Mike McCoy", "Dave Bradley", "Fred Carr", "Travis Williams", "Joey Warren", "Doug Hart", "Dick Himes", "Larry Krause", "Michael Carter", "Don Horn", "John Hilton", "Don Anderson" and "Ervin Hunt", plus three illegible signatures. Also signed "Carroll Dale" twice. Also signed on opposite panel "Willie Wood" and, in unknown hand, "December, 1970/To Wes,/Our loyal fan/thru/thick & thin". 10¼x6. Spalding Autograph football. This football contains 39 signatures, most of them from the 1970 Green Bay Packers, including Hall of Famers Bart Starr, Willie Wood and Ray Nitschke and Pro Bowlers Carroll Dale, Robert E. Brown, Bob Jeter, Ken Ellis, Don Anderson and Fred Carr. The Green Bay Packers had a 6-8 record in 1970, which placed them third in the NFC. The team also suffered the loss of their most famous coach, Vince Lombardi, who lost a battle with cancer on Sept. 3. Lightly toned, soiled, scratched and scuffed. Some signatures touch and are lightly smeared, but are legible. Otherwise, fine condition. Accompanied by PSA/DNA LOA.
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