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Jerry Rice Hands Sculpture Mold Display w/ Signed Football 49ersGo Back
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Jerry Rice spent 20 seasons in the NFL. He won three championships with the San Francisco 49ers, along with playing for the Oakland Raiders, Seattle Seahawks, and Denver Broncos. Nicknamed “World” because of his superb catching ability, his accomplishments and numerous records, led him to be widely regarded as the greatest wide receiver in NFL history, and one of the greatest players of all time.
Jerry Rice was responsible for dozens of one-handed catches while setting new standards for highlight-reel plays (among the many must-sees: the tip and grab from Super Bowl XXIII and his over-the-head snatch on Monday Night Football in 1994, which broke Jim Brown’s touchdown record). Uncalloused (he often wore gloves) and unmatched, Rice’s hands are well-accessorized in retirement with three Super Bowl rings. A mold of Rice’s hands is on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
Presented is a rare sculpture mold of Jerry Rice’s hands and the ball that he caught when he tied the NFL record for most career receptions in 1992. The fine art piece was made by artist Steve Haskins. It is numbered 102/949 in the regular series. The highlight is the photo style football that is placed in between the hand display as it as autographed by Rice in black felt tip pen (“8-9″). The base is 11″ across and the hands are approximately 17” high on the base. The art itself shows some display/handling wear.
Due to the size and weight, this item will incur a shipping surcharge.
Jerry Rice Hands Sculpture Mold Display
Edited by Kieta New