Y. A. TITTLE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED - HFSID 323190
Y.A. TITTLE Short letter from the Hall of Fame football player, noting that his uncle was a soldier during WWII, fighting against Nazi Germany Autograph letter signed: "Y.A. Tittle", in blue felt tip, 5x3.
Sale Price $198.00
Short letter from the Hall of Fame football player, noting that his uncle was a soldier during WWII, fighting against Nazi Germany
Autograph letter signed: "Y.A. Tittle", in blue felt tip, 5x3. From a collection of autographs to a soldiers, stating in full: "You should be very proud of your self - My uncle was a cornel and led the 101st Airborn Division invading Nazi Germany in 1941". Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Yelberton Abraham "Y. A." Tittle (b. 1926) played his college ball at Louisiana State, where he was MVP of the 1947 Cotton Bowl. He spent his pro career as quarterback for the AAFC/NFL Baltimore Colts (1947-1950), San Francisco 49ers (1951-1960) and New York Giants (1961-1964), leading the Giants to divisional titles in 1961, 1962 and 1963. (An NFL championship eluded him, however.) A 7-time Pro Bowl selection, Tittle set a record with 36 touchdown passes in 1963, a mark which stood for over two decades until Dan Marino broke it in 1984. Tittle's 1962 mark of 7 touchdowns in one game has been tied by 7 other players, but never broken. Tittle, who now runs his own insurance company, played a head coach in the movie Any Given Sunday (1999). Pencil notes (unknown hand) on verso. Corners slightly worn. Fine condition.
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