2019 Winter Auction Closing March 2
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New York Giants running back Herschel Walker wore this white road jersey during the September 10th, 1995 game in Kansas City. Walker, in his lone season with the Giants, played primarily on special teams, returning 41 kickoffs for 881 yards, with a long return of 67 yards. Walker contributed on offense as well, rushing 31 times for 126 yards and catching 31 passes for 234 yards and a touchdown. Walker had three kickoff returns in the September 10th game, combining for 20.7 return yards as the Giants fell to the Chiefs 20-17 in overtime.

The jersey in this lot is a white road jersey with Walker’s number “34” screen printed on the chest in blue and red and sewn on the shoulders and back in blue and red tackle twill. “WALKER” is sewn across the back shoulders in blue tackle twill over a matching white nameplate. Reebok logo patches are sewn on each sleeve and a NFL logo patch is sewn on the collar. A Reebok size “46” tag and a “95” year tag are sewn on the front left tail. A “Long” flag is attached to the Reebok tag. Team repairs are present on the right sleeve of this jersey. This jersey has been photo matched by Resolution Photomatching to the September 10th, 1995 game in Kansas City (425781).

Also included in this lot are Walker’s white Giants pants. A blue-red-blue stripe runs down each leg. A Reebok logo patch is sewn on the right leg and a NFL logo patch is sewn on the left. An Apex tag with attached Washing Instructions and size “34” flags is sewn on the inside of the pants. A “95” year tag is sewn below the Apex tag and Walker’s number “34” is handwritten on the inside waistband in blue marker.  

Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $500.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $4,910.00
Number Bids: 16
Auction closed on Sunday, March 3, 2019.
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