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Super Bowl XXXVIII (38) Game Used Football with PSADNA Full Page Letter (Patriots Defeated the Carolina Panthers)

 February 1, 2004 Super Bowl XXXVIII (38) game used football. P.Tagliabue Wilson Official NFL football used during Super Bowl XXXVIII in which the New England Patriots defeated the Carolina Panthers 32-29. "Super Bowl XXXVIII" logo and pertinent game information imprinted on the ball. The football comes with a full page letter from PSADNA with certificate #2A50773. This football is #73 of 120 used. On the nose of the ball is "85" which is the referee's number and his pregame inspestion markings. Put a piece of Super Bowl history and/or Patriots Dynasty history in your personal collection with this highly unique football. 

Authentication

100% Authentic Team, PSA-DNA Certification Label, PSA-DNA Full Letter

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