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October 10, 1977 Los Angeles Rams – Joe Namath Game-Worn, Signed Jersey vs. Chicago Bears (His Last Game Ever Played) (JSA)Go Back
Winning Bid: $4,000.00
Winning Bid: $4,000.00
Auction ends: September 17, 2016 11:05 PM
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October 10, 1977 Los Angeles Rams – Joe Namath Game-Worn, Signed Jersey vs. Chicago Bears (His Last Game Ever Played) (JSA)
This item is from the collection of one of the foremost Joe Namath collectors in the world. His friendship with Joe since the beginning of his Jets career has led him to receive some amazing one-of-a-kind relics. Each piece hearkens back to an important NFL era and time capsules an unforgettable character with a Hall of Fame career.
Broadway Joe moved his swagger, llama coats, and rifle arm to Tinseltown to finish his career. The move proved to be short-lived as Namath’s gimpy knees forced him to retire after a single season (1977) with the Rams. His last game hurrah was on Monday Night Football against the Chicago Bears on October 10, 1977. It was a cold and rainy game as the Rams suffered a one-point loss. Namath never took the field again.
Presented is Joe’s actual game-worn jersey from that game against the Bears. Made by Sand-Knit, this Namath jersey sports double tagging on the crotch piece. One of the tags is the Exclusivity tag for the Rams and the other is the [size] 46 wash instructions tag. There is an additional Wm Fredricks Company tag near the side seam. The numerals are screened-on with heavy rubberized applique. The front numerals at 10″, are the shorter of two styles used by the Rams in this period. The NOB was screened onto the plate in one of the font styles used for Rams gamers. Of importance is the sleeve customization at the base of the Ram horns logos, a styling which was used exclusively by Namath during his season there. Namath signed the front boldly in blue felt tip (“9”).
Authentication: JSA Auction Letter for autograph.
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