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Mark Van Eeghan 1974-81 Raiders Game-Worn White Mesh Oaland Raiders Medalist Sand-Knit Jersey

Playing for Oakland in Super Bowl XV, Mark van Eeghen was the game's leading rusher with 75 yards on 18 carries. He also won a championship ring with the Raiders in Super Bowl XI, and was the team's second leading rusher with 73 yards. He played with the Raiders 1974-81. In tandem style, the tags are sewn into collar "Designed and Taileored Exlusively for the Oakland Raiders Medalist Sand-Knit tag" and Madalist Sand-Knit "46" tag. All numbers and NOB are sewn on. Numbers on front, back and sleeves. Nameplate is whiter than the rest of the jersey which is just do the natural aging of different materials. Jersey shows yellowing from age. Has dirt marks, puckering on the letters and shows consistent use. All numbers are sewn on front, back and sleeves in dual black on silver. Good use.


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