Well, the season’s over and we are sad. When the present is unpleasant, we look to the past. Last week, it was announced that former Packers G Jerry Kramer is auctioning off his Super Bowl I ring. Not only that, he is also parting with many artifacts from the 1960’s Packers. Take some to time to visit the auction site and watch the video below. Some highlights:
1960’s Packers game-worn ski mask.
Kramer’s 1961 player contract.
1962 NFL Championship game ball.
Jersey worn in the 1962 NFL Championship game.
1962 NFL Championship kicking shoe.
1962 NFL Championship commemorative watch.
Above and below, 1965 NFL Championship ring.
Letter from Vince Lombardi on awesome stationery.
1968 sideline sweater (back shown).
Kramer’s Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame plaque.
Super Bowl I game jersey.
Above and below, the Super Bowl I championship ring.
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