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UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA 1964 HOMECOMING FOOTBALL PROGRAM AUTOGRAPHED BY COACH BRYANT, JOE NAMATH, GENE STALLINGS AND MORE
This football program is for the Homecoming game in Tuscaloosa between the Crimson Tide of Alabama and the Gators of Florida. Inside the program is the signatures of 8 Alabama coaches and players. The autographs include Paul Bryant, Lee Roy Jordan,
Gene Stallings, Cecil Dowdy, Joe Namath, Ray Perkins, Wayne Trimble and Wimp Sanderson. Also in the program we have a pale blue card signed by Richard Todd. It reads “To Collier. Roll Tide and keep working hard” and is dated 5/27/76. Among the Florida players is future head coach and Heisman Trophy winner Steve Spurrier. The program is in poor condition with loose covers and loose center page. On the front cover it is written in ink “Joe and Steve qb Bear Bryant Coach”. The score is written in pen on the front and back. AL 17-Fla 14. Lots of yellowing and creases. PRICE $499
GIANT DANIEL MOORE PRINT OF “THE WINNING CONNECTION” FEATURING JAY BARKER & SHERMAN WILLIAMS IN THE 1995 CITRUS BOWL
This giant Daniel Moore print measures 48 inches wide and is 60 inches tall. WOW! The title is “THE WINNING CONNECTION” and features University of Alabama quarterback Jay Barker throwing the winning touchdown pass to Sherman Williams in the 1995 Citrus Bowl. Alabama won 24-17 over Ohio State and it was Jay Barker’s last game with the Tide. Print is mounted on foam board with no frame. Great colors with no fading. The print has some light scratches and some slight separation along the bottom left edge. A one of a kind print. Must see to appreciate. PRICE $1100
PAUL “BEAR” BRYANT BOBBLEHEAD DOLL
“The Bear”. What more can I say?
For sale here is a very hard to get Paul “Bear” Bryant bobblehead doll new in its original box. This bobblehead doll was sold through the University of Alabama with net proceeds going to the Crimson Tradition Fund. Orders for the Bear Bryant bobble head doll were accepted between October 6, 2003 and November 17, 2003 with the number produced being limited to the actual number pre-ordered. The issuing price was $39.99 which included shipping and insurance. The dolls were shipped to customers beginning in February 2004. The doll is packaged in its original inner box with no white outer box. The bobble head has been displayed in the box and has no dust or wear and was taken out to do the photos. PRICE $225
AUTOGRAPHED by PAUL “BEAR” BRYANT BOOK: “WINNING ISN’T EVERYTHING* *But it beats anything that comes in second” by Benny Marshall 1965
This book is a 1st edition and is signed by coach Bryant in blue ink on the first page. The book has its original dust cover which has lots of rubs and a few tears as you can see in my photos. The crimson colored hard cover is excellent. The book is complete. The previous owners label is on the inside cover. Along with the book we have a copy of “Crimson TIDE-ings” newsletter dated January 6th 1966. This paper celebrates the Alabama Football teams NCAA Championship season of 1965 summing op the highlights of the season and has a great picture of the team and Coach Bryant along with a roster of players and football record on the back. The newsletter is 2 pages printed front an back.
THE ONLY NICK SABAN BOBBLEHEAD DOLL EVER PRODUCED $150
This bobble head doll was produced while University of Alabama Head Football Coach Nick Saban was coaching at LSU and is copyrighted 2001. The doll is marked BANK ONE along the base and on the box. Check out the expression on Coach Saban’s face. Classic! $150
BRYANT-DENNY STADIUM SEAT ON PLAQUE $150
ATHLON’S 1980 SOUTHEASTERN FOOTBALL ANNUAL-UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA COVER
Here we have the 1980 Athlon’s Southeastern Football Annual magazine featuring the University of Alabama’s run for a 3rd in a row National Football Championship. Magazine has 180 pages of 1979 highlights and predictions for the 1980 season of all the SEC teams as well as the top teams in the nation. Some yellowing on pages. Very good condition and complete. PRICE $15
1996 UNIVERSITY of ALABAMA HOMECOMING GAME OFFICIAL SOUVENIR PROGRAM vs. UNIVERSITY of KENTUCKY
For sale here is the Official Alabama gameday program for the 1996 Homecoming football game against Kentucky played October 5. 1996 was the freshman year for Shaun Alexander and Chris Samuels. It is complete with 160 pages. Program is in excellent condition with a few rubs on cover. PRICE $10
UNIVERSITY of ALABAMA WOOD “A” STAND WITH BEAR BRYANT 315 CAREER WIN COMMEMORATIVE COCA COLA BOTTLE WITH ELEPHANTS TAIL
This hand made wooden “A” is a great piece of folk art. These were made to display the Coke bottle which commemorates the record breaking 315th career win of Alabama football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant. The bottle in the display has the rare rump and tail on the elephant and the tail on the banner below the elephant. Nice display item. PRICE SOLD
3 UNIVERSITY of ALABAMA vs AUBURN UNIVERSITY IRON BOWL FOOTBALL TICKET STUBS. LEGION FIELD.
Here we have 3 ticket stubs, 2 from 1990 and 1 from 1988, for the Iron Bowl game between Alabama and Auburn at Legion Field in Birmingham. The stubs are for gate 5, section 8, row 47 and seats 13 and 14 for the 1990 game and gate 6, section 8, row 47 and seat 13 for the 1988 game. Very good condition. Both tickets have the bottom removed. The 1988 stub has a little loss on the lower right corner. PRICE $15
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE ISSUE 1992 UNIVERSITY of ALABAMA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON
Running back Derrick Lassic is on the cover of this copy of Sports Illustrated’s Special Commemorative Issue celebrating the University of Alabama’s undefeated regular season and beat down of favorite Miami in the Sugar Bowl. Many photos including those of George Teague’s unbelievable takeaway from Miami receiver Lamar Thomas. Very good condition. PRICE $5
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SPECIAL EDITION MAGAZINE “THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON” UNIVERSITY of ALABAMA 1992
Here we have the Sports Illustrated special commemorative magazine celebrating the University of Alabama’s 1992 undefeated, national championship football season and defeat of Miami in the Sugar Bowl. Great photo of head foodball coach Gene Stallings on the cover. Excelent condition. PRICE $5
“THE ROAD TO No. 1” by BEN COOK 1978 COMMEMORATIVE MAGAZINE
Here we have the commemorative magazine published after Alabama’s 1978 National Championship football season. This very hard to find magazine was written by Ben Cook with super photos by Bill Killian and R.D. Moore of all of Bama’s games for the year. Most of these photos are seldom seen because of very limited publication. Great goal line stand photo vs. Penn State as well as the photo of Bear Bryant on the rear cover. Team photo inside rear cover. Complete with 140 pages and in very good condition. PRICE $30
“THE BEAR AMERICA’S ALL-TIME WINNINGEST COACH” MAGAZINE 1981
This magazine was published in 1981 by Athlon Publishing as a tribute to legendary University of Alabama head football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant upon his retirement. This magazine was published before his death. Cover states “From the publisher of Southeastern Football” and “America’s All Time Winningest Coach COLLECTORS’ EDITION”. 64 pages of Bryant history, records and football milestones. PRICE $15
“BRYANT No. 1” COMMEMORATIVE MAGAZINE by SEC SPORTS JOURNAL 1981
Complete title of this magazine is “Highlights of college football’s winningest coach. BRYANT, No. 1”. Published by SEC Sports Journal, this 66 page magazine honors the life and achievements of legendary Alabama Crimson Tide head football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant after his 314th win that tied Amos Alonzo Stagg’s record and his 315th which made him the winningest football coach in division 1A history.
PRICE $15 SOLD
1992 IRON BOWL FOOTBALL PROGRAM ALABAMA vs. AUBURN
The 1992 Iron Bowl was played at Legion Field in Birmingham on Thanksgiving Day, November 26. Alabama was undefeated and had already wrapped up the Western Division Championship of the Southeastern Conference’s first 2 division alignment. Alabama would whip Auburn and go on to beat the SEC Eastern Division champ University of Florida in the 1st ever SEC Championship Game also held at Legion Field. Then the mighty Tide would meet, and beat favored Miami in the New Orleans Sugar Bowl for the NCAA National Championship! WOW! Sorry, back to the program. Good used condition. Complete with 132 pages. Rubs overall and a crease on front cover. PRICE $15
JOE NAMATH COVER TIME MAGAZINE OCTOBER 16, 1972
Wonderful characature of Joe Willie on the cover of this Time Magazine published the week of October 16, 1972 with a feature article on the New York Jets star quarterback . The future of Namath’s professional football career was in question because of nagging knee injuries and the writers at Time wrote of the former Super Bowl MVP’s ails both on and off the field. Could Broadway Joe come back strong in ’72 and take his Jets to the playoffs? Or has he forever lost that confident swagger he had when he predicted a Jets win over highly favored Baltimore in Super Bowl III. Article also discusses Namath’s off the field activities and hints of the playboy settling down. Neat period ads and articles. Complete and in very good condition. PRICE $20