Significant jersey. Steelers great Jack Ham 1977 playoff game worn Pittsburgh Steelers jersey from the Steelers' December 24, 1977 game against the Denver Broncos, at Denver (won by the Broncos 34-21). Ham was one of the greatest outside linebackers in NFL history. A Hall of Famer, he was selected for eight Pro Bowls. He was a part of four Steelers winning Super Bowl teams (IX, X, XIII, and XIV). White jersey, with black numbering and gold name. Back reads, "Ham (on sewn-on nameplate) 59". Front and sleeves also show "59". Heavy use, especially on numbers. Nine team repairs. Paint transfers, abrasions, loose threads and more. Large green paint transfer on left shoulder. Comes directly from the Steelers. Year "77" tag on tail. Sand-Knit size 50 tag on front tail. Photo-matched to Getty Image #84092744. Steelers COA.
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