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Football-Autographed - Ottis "O.J." Anderson Signed NFL Wilson Composite Football, Proof Photo

Ottis "O.J." Anderson Autographed NFL Wilson Composite Football, Proof Photo

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Ottis "OJ" Anderson Signed NFL Football, New York Giants, St Louis Cardinals, Miami Hurricanes, Proof

This is a brand-new Ottis Anderson autographed NFL Wilson composite football.  OJ signed the football in silver paint pen. Check out the photo of O.J. signing for us. ** Proof photo is included for free with purchase. Please click on images to enlarge. Please browse our website for additional NFL & NCAA football autographed collectibles. 1

Notable Career Accomplishments: 

  • Super Bowl XXV Most Valuable Player (MVP)

  • 2-Time Super Bowl Champions New York Giants (XXI & XXV)

  • 2-Time NFC Pro Bowl Selection (1979 & 1980)





Certificate of Authenticity (of our own design) will be issued directly from Southwestconnection-Memorabilia, the parent company of: www.AutographedwithProof.com If this item is found "Likely Not Authentic" by any of the Pre-Approved Authentication Companies including PSA/DNA and JSA, then we will issue a full refund for the purchase price of your item plus the reimbursement of authentication fees.  Authentication Rejection letter and receipt for authentication services must be included with request for full refund. Free USPS Priority mail shipping on all orders, Priority mail express and international shipping rates apply. Southwestconnection-Memorabilia personally obtains all autographed items from our direct contact with the athletes & celebrities. We travel the country to obtain signatures from the top names in sports and Hollywood.  We include with your purchase, a 4x6 proof photograph of the athlete/celebrity signing for us, in most cases, signing the EXACT item for sale. We take great pride in our photographic proof, as we have some of the best access in the autographed memorabilia business.


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