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1971 Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl VI Champions Framed Display with (51) Autographs

Lot Number 1131

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A 1960 expansion team, the Dallas Cowboys finished as also rans in their first six seasons of NFL play. The next six seasons all ended with first place finishes. In 1966 and 1967, the 'Boys made it to the NFL Championship Game, but lost both times to the Green Bay Packers. The 1968 and 1969 campaigns ended in Playoff losses against the Cleveland Browns. In 1970, Dallas made it all the way to the Super Bowl for the first time, but came up three points short versus the Baltimore Colts. All of these successive "close, but no cigar" seasons earned them a reputation of not being able to win big games, however redemption came in the 1971 season, which culminated with a glorious triumph over the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl VI. As a point of context regarding what a big win this was, these were the Dolphins who went on to record the NFL's only perfect season in 1972, and earn back-to-back wins in Super Bowls VII and VIII. 


Commemorate the 1971 Dallas Cowboys great success, with this team autograph framed display. This massive piece is professionally mounted to overall dimensions of 34x42, and contains a whopping total of (51) autographs, that average ("9-10") potency. These prized signatures appear on a variety of cuts, index cards, art cards and photos, which are each located in an individual matted window, along with an unsigned 1971 Super Bowl VI World Champions team photograph. Auction LOA from JSA, unless noted. 


Key signers are Hall of Famers: Roger Staubach personalized, with JSA basic cert; and Tom Landry (head coach), Tex Schramm (general manager), Bob Lilly, Bob Hayes, Lance Alworth, Mike Ditka, Herb Adderly, Forrest Gregg, Mel Renfro, Rayfield Wright, Ernie Stautner (coach), and Cliff Harris.


Additional notables are; Dan Reeves, Calvin Hill, Chuck Howley, Lee Roy Jordan, Craig Morton, Walt Garrison, Jethro Pugh, Charlie Waters, and Cornell Green. 

 



 
 
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