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Old 01-27-2011, 07:03 PM   #1
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What's your most prized Steelers item in your collection? It would be great to see some treasured pieces and the stories that go with it.
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Old 01-27-2011, 07:05 PM   #2
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Wow, good question. I have decades worth of stuff passed down, all kept safely in my Steelers locker-box. I add to it every day and expect to add the new James Harrison Sports Illustrated to it by tomorrow.

I have newspapers from the 70's passed down from my dad, as well as EVERY TICKET STUB I've ever attended with Steelers games. Last season, my brother bought me a Santonio Holmes autographed, MVP Super Bowl XLIII jersey, but I'd have to say the prize would be my dad's Immaculate Reception ticket stub. Amazing.
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Old 01-27-2011, 07:08 PM   #3
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Wow, good question. I have decades worth of stuff passed down, all kept safely in my Steelers locker-box. I add to it every day and expect to add the new James Harrison Sports Illustrated to it by tomorrow.

I have newspapers from the 70's passed down from my dad, as well as EVERY TICKET STUB I've ever attended with Steelers games. Last season, my brother bought me a Santonio Holmes autographed, MVP Super Bowl XLIII jersey, but I'd have to say the prize would be my dad's Immaculate Reception ticket stub. Amazing.
awesome collection Stainless, great memories! do you think you can take a photo of this? thanks!
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Old 01-27-2011, 07:15 PM   #4
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Franco Harris autograph and tix stub from super bowl XL
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I actually have my Grandfather's Terrible Towel sealed in plastic, on display in my living room. He had that towel by his side for every Steelers game, waving it around, screaming his head off, living and dying on each play. He always use to make me when I was a young kid, watch Steeler games with him, trying to get me too remember some of the players names, what penalties were called for etc. My father is a Cowboys fan and tried to convert me as a Cowboy fan, but it never worked. I finally came around and revived the tradition of my Grandfather and became a Steelers fan.
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awesome collection Stainless, great memories! do you think you can take a photo of this? thanks!
Taken from my camera phone. I'll try to get a good pic. It's actually ripped in a few spots, but it's in pretty good condition considering it was 1972. My dad and his three brothers went, he was 15 years old. I think he said they were in section 632, peanut heaven but ended up on the field after the game. Face price is $10.15. The stories are incredible.

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My Myron Cope autographed Terrible Towel. I was able to get it Ben's rookie year and Myron's last.
It's framed on the wall with pride.
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rod woodson score 89 rookie card, autographed by him
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Right now it's my Super Bowl tickets for next Sunday's game. I have a punch of framed pictures in the basement. I'd have to say Bettis trucking Urlacher in the snow in 2005 is my favorite.
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The field pass for the 2nd to last game at Three Rivers to take this shot....
2 or my most prized, but I also took the sign from the press room door too
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