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1966 NFL Game-Used Duke Football ONFL (Rozelle) Baltimore Colts vs. Detroit Lions – COA 100% Authentic TeamGo Back
Pete Rozelle is the patriarch of the NFL. No other figure had an impact on the league like that of the Hall of Fame commissioner. This “The Duke” football is the same one which was used in the 1960s. Distributed by Thorp Sporting Goods, this Wilson-made pigskin exhibits moderate wear, and it doesn’t hold air. Per their stampings, these particular footballs were never available commercially; they were, instead, the exclusive domain of the NFL. All of the stampings are still distinct.
This football was game-used, and the provenance indicates that it was used in a 1965-66 Detroit Lions vs. Baltimore Colts matchup. The football was retrieved after the game after a field goal was kicked. Overall, shows solid game wear and cracking from age.
Authentication: 100% Authentic Team
1966 NFL Game-Used Duke Football