1964 Green and Gold Drinking Glass with the Facsimile Autographs of the 1964 Green Bay Packers Players and Coaches. Glass measures 5 1/2″ tall. Mint Condition.
A Very Nice Affordable 15″ by 12″ Pressed Wood Wall Plaque Featuring Green Bay Packers Running Back Eddie Lacy. Includes an 8″ by 10″ Color Photo, Etched Metal Name Plate and Two Football Trading Cards. Cards and Photo are protected in Protective Plastic Sleeves. This is a Brand New Item made at Packer City Antiques. Football cards used on the plaques may vary.
1962 NFL Football Players Contract between Green Bay Packers and Herb Adderley. Upon signing, Herb received a copy and the Packers received a copy-this is the copy held by the Packers. All hand written and typed words are from the carbon but the signatures of Thomas Miller, Patricia Wloszczynski, Richard J. Voris and Herb Adderley are in blue ball point ink and dated 5-17-62.
1966 NFL Football Players Contract between Green Bay Packers and Willie Wood. Upon signing, Willie received a copy and the Packers received a copy-this is the copy held by the Packers. All hand written and typed words are from the carbon but the signatures of Albert “Pat” Peppler and Willie Wood are in blue ball point ink and dated 8-16-66. Standard player contract is enhanced by items 18 through 20 which are incentives and extra salary for Willie performing Scout duty in the off season.
1965 State Of Wisconsin Department of Public Welfare Letter addressed to Coach Vince Lombardi in gratitude for Equipment Manager Bob Noel’s Presentation of Packer Equipment for “Hands On” inspection by blind persons at a meeting in West Depere. Also referenced is a Green Bay Press Gazette Article with Photo about the presentation. Vince has written-“Thank You, Bob-Vince L.” in blue ink at bottom left.
Scarce Media Guide or Press Box Pamphlet for the 1966 NFL Championship Game between the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys. Booklet measures 7 1/2″ by 5″ and has 36 pages of Team and League Facts. Near Mint Condition-nothing loose or missing-no writing. A Great Example.
1955 Green Bay Packers Football Pocket Schedule from Stieffel’s Men’s Wear in Green Bay. Heavy Green Paper “Wallet Type” schedule measures 7″ by 4″ and has an inside compartment. Reverse has 1955 Complete NFL Schedule. Very Good Condition-short paper tear right center margin. Light Wear.
Rarely Seen Super Bowl 1 AFL-NFL Championship Game Ticket Stub. Perforation tear is nice and clean. There is a small paper scrape near top left and a bruise or dent at lower right border. Never Folded.
Vintage Green Bay Packers Fred Kail 9 1/2″ Pottery Coin Bank. It advertises Brown County Building & Loan Association. Neck and Shoulders area has been broken and glued. There is no missing pottery but the repair is very obvious.
Original Nice Example of the First Football World Championship Game NFL vs. AFL or Super Bowl. 144 pages. Historic Game was played between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs on January 15, 1967 at the Los Angeles Coliseum. Program in Excellent Condition-nothing loose or missing-no writing. Cover has light wear with Excellent Gloss. Bottom right corner has light diagonal creases on the last 30 pages.
Excellent Condition Example of the 1964 Third Edition of the “Salute To The Packers” Yearbook Type Soft Cover Book. It measures 11 by 8 1/2 inches and has 160 pages of photos, team and player info and local advertising. Nothing loose or missing-no writing. A few pages have some corner creases.
Excellent to Near Mint Condition Example of the 1966 Fifth Edition of the “Salute To The Packers” Yearbook Type Soft Cover Book. It measures 11 by 8 1/2 inches and has 136 pages of photos, team and player info and local advertising. Nothing loose or missing-no writing.