While recent history has been less than kind to the Cleveland Browns, the franchise was perhaps the most dominant in professional football history in its early years, winning all four titles in the short-lived All-America Football Conference and immediately making the jump to the NFL, where it played in the Championship game in each of its first six seasons (1950-1955). These (2) displays are autographed by revered Browns legends of yesteryear. Bold signatures show (9) or better quality throughout and include: 1964 Championship Team: framed to 40-5/8 x 30-5/8, the James Fiorentino lithograph is signed by (42) with keys including: J. Brown, Hickerson, L. Kelly and Warfield; Legends of the Cleveland Browns: framed to 32-3/4 x 26-1/8 and signed (in graphite pencil) by Graham, Groza and Lavelli. More on our website.
1964 Championship Team: the complete list of blue marker autographs reads as follows: Beach, Benz, Bettridge, Brewer, Ji. Brown, Jo. Brown (inscribed #70), Bundra (inscribed #72), Caylor, Clark (inscribed 73), Collins (inscribed M.V.P.), Costello, Fichtner (inscribed #20), Fiss, Franklin, Gain, Glass, Green, Hickerson (inscribed #66), J. Houston, Hutchinson (inscribed 87), Kanicki, L. Kelly (inscribed #44 H.O.F. 94), Lucci (inscribed #52), McNeil (inscribed 85), Memmelaar (inscribed #62), Modzelewski, Morrow, Ninowski, Parker (inscribed #78), Parrish, Raimey (inscribed #26), Roberts, Ryan, Scales, Schafrath, Sczurek, Shoals (inscribed #75), Warfield, Wiggin, Williams (inscribed #67), Wooten (inscribed #60) and (1) unidentified. Full photo LOA from PSA/DNA.
The Legends of the Cleveland Browns print has a limited edition identifier of 185/500 and comes with a PSA/DNA sticker.
Frames included with lots: while we make every effort to protect the frames included in these lots during pre-auction storage and post-auction shipping, we are not responsible for any damage to the frames themselves, and no refunds will be given due to frame damage.