Rare Autographs For Sale

Rare Autographs For Sale

Chuck Taylor - Stanford University

Signed index card of Chuck Taylor (d. 1994), an All America Guard at Stanford in 1942. He later served as the team's Head Coach, from 1951-1957 and Athletic Director from 1963-1971. He was inducted into the College Hall of Fame in 1984. 

$12.00 - For more information on, or to purchase this item, contact Bart at bdbop@aol.com

Lionel Taylor - Denver Broncos

Signed index card of former Denver Broncos

Wide Receiver Lionel Taylor. Taylor led the American Football League in receptions in each of the league's first six seasons. He played for the Chicago Bears (1959), Denver Broncos (1960-1966) and Houston Oilers (1967-1968) during his pro career.

$12.00 - For more information on, or to purchase this item, contact Bart at bdbop@aol.com

Joe Theisman - Washington Redskins

Signed business card.

$5.00 - For more information on, or to purchase item, contact KC Fuhrmeister at kc_fuhrmeister@yahoo.com

Steve Tensi - Denver Broncos & San Diego Chargers

Signed index card of Steve Tensi, a Quarterback for the San Diego Chargers (1965-1966) and Denver Broncos 1967-1969). 

$8.00 - For more information on, or to purchase this item, contact Bart at bdbop@aol.com

Emlen Tunnell - New York Giants & Green Bay Packers

Signed photo of Emlen Tunnell (d. 1975). Tunnell was a former American football player. He was the first African American to play for the New York Giants, and was inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame in 1967. He played in the National Football League for the Giants and Green Bay Packers. Tunnell played college football at the University of Iowa.

$325.00 - For more information on, or to purchase this item, contact Bart at bdbop@aol.com. Item can also be found in the Web Store.

Jim Tyrer - Kansas City Chiefs

Signed index card of 8X AFL All Star Jim Tyrer, an offensive tackle for the Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs from 1961-1973 and the Washington Redskins (1974). He played his collegiate ball at Ohio State, where he also earned All America honors. His post football career consisted of a serious of business misfortunes and he eventually killed both his wife and himself in 1980. He was 41.

$60.00 - For more information on, or to purchase this item, contact Bart at bdbop@aol.com