RAYMOND BERRY - INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED TWICE 2000 - HFSID 290425
Sale Price $126.00
5½x3½ photograph with two images of Barry, one making a diving catch in his Colts uniform and the other as head coach of the New England Patriots being hoisted onto the shoulders of his players. With an autograph note signed next to his biography on verso.
Inscribed Photograph signed twice: "To David/Raymond Berry/2000" and on verso "David-I enclosed some info about how I got straightened out-RB Jeremiah 9:23-24", B/w, 5½x3½. With Berry's printed biography on verso. Raymond Berry was born on February 27, 1933. Not playing much in his high school or college career berry was drafted in the 20th round of the 1954 NFL draft by the Baltimore Colts. By his second season in the NFL he was a permanent starter for the Colts. In his career he led the league in receptions three times. He was selected for the Pro Bowl six times. In his thirteen year career Berry recorded only one fumble and only two dropped passes. Part of the back to back Championship winning 1958-59 Colts, Berry played a key role in "The Greatest Game Ever Played" with one touchdown and caught twelve passes for 178 yards. In 1973 he was he was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He became the head coach of the New England Patriots in 1984 and stayed there until 1989. He took the team to Super Bowl XX which resulted in a disappointing 46-10 loss to the Chicago bears. Ink on verso lightly smeared (legible). Otherwise, fine condition.
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