For those interested in Super Bowl memorabilia this post is for you.
This auction, Super Bowl 50 Live, starts at 5 PM PST on February 5th and at 12 PM PST the following day and will feature 965 exceptional lots. This two day auction has a range of items from model jerseys from the 1950’s, jerseys worn by Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, and many other items.
These are just a few of the notable NFL items in the two day auction by Hunt Auctions. There are collectible pieces from numerous NFL teams in the auctions, but here are some of our most anticipated items:
Lot 272: Exceptional Lenny Moore early 1960s Baltimore Colts jersey – with handwritten letter from Moore
Estimated price: $15,000 – $20,000
White dureen jersey with blue and white shoulder stripe accents has number “24″ on front, back, and sleeves. Strong usage and wash wear evident throughout with the jersey remaining in an fine overall state of preservation. Signed on the front in marker, “Lenny Moore #24″ rating 7/8 out of 10. Includes a handwritten letter on Colts stationary which reads, “I hope you enjoy my Baltimore colts white game jersey worn during the early 1960s…Best Wishes, Lenny Moore.”
Lot 598: Fine Johnny Unitas autographed 1960s game worn helmet
Estimated price: $40,000 – $60,000
Riddell Kra-Lite helmet with “bubbled” ear hole openings has the Colts horseshoe logo decal applied at either side and blue center stripe accent. Unitas famed number “19” is painted on the back which was frequently done by Colts equipment manager Fred Schubach rather than replacing heavily scratched and scarred decals. Exceptional usage wear can be found throughout with chipping and scuffs to both the shell and appliques. Signed and inscribed in faded black marker, “Best Wishes Dave Pinkham, Johnny Unitas.”
Lot 229: Exceptional Johnny Unitas professional model football cleats
Estimated price: $10,000 – $20,000
Desirable pair of Unitas’ trademark high-top leather cleats each have the number “19″ written inside in vintage black marker. Strong usage wear throughout with appropriate scratches/scrapes to lightly soiled leather and dried grass and dirt clumped on undersides. The cleats were given to Duke Hott during a visit with Unitas along with an additional piece of cursory athletic equipment and a handwritten note addressed “To Duke” and signed “Johnny Unitas.”