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Frenchy Fuqua Signed Action Photograph vs Vikings

Frenchy Fuqua Signed Action Photograph vs Vikings - Pittsburgh Steelers

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Steiner Sports Frenchy Fuqua Autographed Action Photograph vs Vikings
Commemorate the moment of Franco Harris making his "Immaculate Reception." which took the Pittsburgh Steelers to their first Super Bowl in 1972. It's the moment that Franco Harris made the impossible possible. With 22 seconds left on the clock during the 1972 AFC Divisional Playoff Game, Franco Harris rescued the football that had ricocheted off of the collision between teammate John Fuqua and Oakland Raiders safety Jack Tatum. Harris then bolted 60 yards for the touchdown and the win. What a memorable gift for an adoring fan!

What You Get

  • Frenchy Fuqua handsigned black-and-white action photograph
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Letter of Authenticity: Yes
Measurements: 8"W x 10"L
Country of Origin: USA


  • 8" x 10" photograph of Pittsburgh Steelers legend John "Frenchy" Fuqua
  • Elegant presentation
  • Makes a unique gift or conversation piece


Frenchy Fuqua Signed Action Photograph vs Vikings - Pittsburgh Steelers

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