Spring Premier Auction 2013
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Addendum: This is a 1963 jersey not a 1967 jersey as originally listed in the Title. Behold an absolutely stunning 1967 Cowboys game-worn road jersey in breathtaking condition, worn by one of the most beloved figures in the storied history of the franchise. "Dandy Don" Meredith, perhaps even more well known by later generations for his work in the television broadcast booth on Monday Night Football with Frank Gifford and the bombastic Howard Cosell. Still, for all that fame from the booth, he was also a three-time Pro Bowler with the Cowboys, tossing 135 TD's good for 17, 199 yards in a nine-year career that earned him a spot in the franchise's fabled Ring of Honor. The jersey displays the appropriate Southland Manufacturing tag on the collar in the same sparkling condition as the rest of the shirt. The color clarity is superb in the Cowboy blue, with blazing white numerals front and back and on the shoulders; only the barest hints of any fraying of the stitching around any of the numbers or the stars on the shoulder. In short, a wonderful example of a shirt from a key figure in the club's half-century in the National Football League.