Autographed Jerseys

Collectibles of the Game has a nice collection of authentic, autographed sports jerseys. We were browsing the hockey jerseys today, and saw examples such as:

– Alex Tanguay Signed Authentic Avalanche Jersey
– Bobby Orr Signed Boston Bruins Authentic Jersey
– Guy LaFleur Signed HOF Goal M&N Canadiens Jersey
– Mario Lemieux Signed CCM Semi-Pro White Jersey
– Sidney Crosby Signed Penguins Pro White Jersey
– Wayne Gretzky Signed Edmonton Oilers Jersey Blue

Of course, with items such as these the selection and quantities available will vary according as to when you view the following link.

Collectibles of the Game also carries memorabilia from all sports such as baseball, basketball, boxing, football, golf, hockey, Olympic, racing, soccer, and tennis.

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