Game-Time Decisions

It’s that time of year again. Hunt Auctions and NFL Auction are teaming up to host their 8th Super Bowl Live Auction event from February 5-6th in San Francisco. As you prepare to watch two teams go head-to-head at Levi’s Stadium, our editors sourced the best rare finds in football memorabilia for collectors and fans of the game.

The Main Players

Among the hundreds of authentic, game-worn jerseys, footballs, pennants for sale are one-of-a-kind items worn by and representative of this year’s star teams.

Lot 141, Denver Broncos first year AFL souvenir pennant, 1960s. Estimate: $150-300

Lot 427, Peyton Manning game-worn Denver Broncos jersey, October 2015. Estimate: $10,000-20,000

Lot 779, Denver Broncos Von Miller autographed full size helmet. Estimate: $200-400

Lot 350, Carolina Panthers Luke Kuechly autographed full size helmet. Estimate: $400-600.

Lot 349, Carolina Panthers Cam Newton autographed jersey, 2014. Estimate: $500-750.

And More…

Other noteworthy featured football paraphernalia include rare pieces from almost every NFL team, as well as pieces from the collections of Tony Dorsett and Gale Sayers, both honored NFL Football Hall of Famers.

Lot 598, Indianapolis Colts signed Johnny Unitas model helmet, 1960s. Estimate: $40,000-60,000.

Lot 523, Chicago Bears Hall of Fame member signed poster. Estimate: $500-750.

Lot 665, Dallas Cowboys Tony Dorsett presentational game ball, Tony Dorsett collection, November 1980. Estimate: $1,000-3,000.

Lot 395, Houston Texas J.J. Watt signed jersey, October 2015. Estimate: $10,000-15,000.

Lot 527, Gale Sayers 75th Anniversary All-Time Team presentational trophy, Gale Sayers collection. Estimate: $10,000-20,000.

Get the full Session One and Session Two preview of treasured football memorabilia up for auction by Hunt Auctions and NFL Auction on February 5-6th, 2016.