With no games or practise or draft and free agency not quite there yet ok I am in the doldrums and with no breaking news just yet ( apart from players getting arrested )
Ever wandered what that photo, jersey, players equipment etc is worth. That gameday program/magazineyou treasure from your first game maybe?or newspaper article was worth.
Who do you go to for an appraisal.
I have some gameday programs from Bear games (3) and 1 a Tampa Bay home game against the pack (I was on holiday at the time and had never been to a game before). It was Tony Dungy,s first game as Head Coach.It was against the pack and at the old stadium. This was the opening game of the season and the buc,s were so bad, It was easy to get a ticket. The Green Bay team went on to win superbowl that year.
My treasured possesion is The bears superbowl program against The Patriots, I know!!!, I bought it from a secondhand shop In Illinois, it cost more than I payed for it, to ship it to me??? and looks brand new.
I have two player signed and authenticated pictures. 1 Gayle Sayers ( The Kansas Comet) and 1 William ( The Fridge ) Perry.
I would love to get me a Ditka signed,not as coach but player. I really admire THE MAN, His playing style was unique in my eyes.
Just wandering if there was any Halas signed?
Wouldn't mind a galloping ghost picture of good quality to frame. This guy, along with Halas helped build the professional game.
I have Richard Dent signed jersey, from the Wembly game . Just payed to have it framed, looks great.
I also have The Chicago Tribune , Walter Payton tribute pages framed and hung on my wall, everyone here in England asks where I acquired these. I was in Chicago a month after his demise, and purchased the paper in Tribune shop.
I cannot put a price to any of my small collection, as they are not for sale.I would like to think my two grandsons would become BEAR fans and treasure them like me.
Anything you guy,s want to add to your collection/memorabilia. Share the passion?
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