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KEN "SNAKE" STABLER - PRINTED ART SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: ALAN F. ZUNIGA - HFSID 250532

Large 27¾x22 signed and numbered color illustration by Alan F. Zuniga of Pro Bowler and 1974 AP NFL MVP Ken Stabler from his days on Alabama's Crimson Tide. Stabler led the Tide to wins in the 1966 Orange Bowl and 1967 Sugar Bowl. Also signed by Zuniga in pencil.

Sale Price $432.00

Reg. $480.00

Condition: fine condition
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KEN "THE SNAKE" STABLER, CO-SIGNED BY: ALAN F. ZUNIGALarge 27¾x22 signed and numbered color illustration by Alan F. Zuniga of Pro Bowler and 1974 AP NFL MVP Ken Stabler from his days on Alabama's Crimson Tide. Stabler led the Tide to wins in the 1966 Orange Bowl and 1967 Sugar Bowl. Also signed by Zuniga in pencil. Printed art signed "Ken Stabler" in black ink and "Alan F. Zuniga" in lead pencil. B/w, 27¾x22 overall, 24¾x18¼ image, one surface. Captioned: "Legends in Crimson". Numbered in pencil: "921 / 1988". Facsimile signature in bottom right corner: "Alan F. Zuniga". ©1988 Zuniga Productions. American quarterback KennethStabler (1945-2015), had plenty of plaudits to his name by the time the Oakland Raiders picked him up in 1970. He had a record of 29-1 at Foley High School in Foley, Alabama and was an All-American at the University of Alabama (1967), where he helped lead the Crimson Tide to wins in the Orange Bowl (1966) and Sugar Bowl (1967). Stabler was a pro from 1970 to 1984, mostly with the Raiders; he led the Raiders to their first Super Bowl win in 1977. He was a four-time Pro Bowler (1973, 1974, 1976 and 1977), making the first team in 1974 and the Associated Press' 1974 NFL MVP. Stabler was a scrambling quarterback in high school and college but had to change his style to passing after a knee injury. He adapted so well that he was the NFL's passing champion in 1976. After retiring from play, he was a color commentator for CBS's NFL broadcasts and on the radio for Alabama. Lightly toned, creased and bowed. Adhesive residue along left edge. Otherwise, fine condition.


 

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