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    UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA ENAMEL LETTER HOLDER HONORING THE 1934 AND 1935 FOOTBALL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS.. This is rare, far more difficult than the companion piece, the 1934 Notre Dame letter holder. Minnesota enamel adorns large football; in the center is an American shield in red, white and blue. There are over 40 names of players and coaches 238 engraved on the ball, including Coach Bierman; All-American Ed Widseth; future Hall of Fame Coach, Bud Wilkinson and the great Ed Rafka to name a few. Overall condition is Excellent with clean undamaged colored enameling, but metal stand has many years of use and has the scars to prove it. Never cleaned and has a nice old patina. A rarity from the absolute "Hayday" of Gopher football! (# This item may require additional shipping charges).

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    December, 2003
    9th Tuesday
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