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Rarely do you encounter a Super Bowl pennant with no specific team affiliations, devices, logos or appliques, by such is the case with this very tough 1968 big game souvenir. Issued in support of SB II held on 1/14/68 at the Orange Bowl in Miami, this tricked out example borders on the psychedelic with its fascinating design.
The applique at left takes the form of running back player outlined in black atop multiple color images of player heads sporting a variety of team logo helmets. The bold block lettering on this full sized pennant is black and white against a vivid gold field with “1968 World Championship Game AFL VS NFL Orange Bowl Miami Florida” followed by AFL and NFL logos.
This super rarity presents handsomely with a dynamic appearance, but can not be rated higher than (EX) due to some threadbare wear near the point and a few unobtrusive holes below the applique. Otherwise this groovy relic shows tremendous display appeal with black accent strip and tassels attached at the wide end.
Couple the rarity of design with the prestige of early Super Bowl history and you’ve got a powerhouse collectible.