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Super Bowl IX Full PSA Ticket Rare Mint vintage on site Pennant & Water Color Litho From Gary Thomas Dated 1975

Super Bowl IX (1975) in which Pittsburgh's Steel Curtain faced off against Minnesota's Purple People Eaters. The Steelers behind quarterback Terry Bradshaw and running back Franco Harris won 16-6 over Fran Tarkenton's Vikings. Offered is a three component display celebrating the Steeler's victory. Included is a PSA/DNA encapsulated (as authentic) full ticket, a full size on-site commemorative pennant (EX - creasing) and a 20" x 24" lithograph (EX+) by Gary Thomas. To note, the ticket is difficult to find in any condition because of the inclement weather that day. The overall display  measures 35" x 42-1/2".

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frames are sold in "as is" condition.  We do not sell the item for the frame but rather for the memorabilia. 

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