Below is a list of antiques & collectibles that are available at the Antique & Collectible Exchange.


Football Memorabilia / Autographs or the alternate site: Football Memorabilia / Autographs
Joe Montana 49er autographed color photo Super Bowl Plaque ( Item # 19123 )
Joe Montana, 49er autographed color photo mounted on walnut plaque, under plexiglass with stats for Super Bowl XVI, XIX, and XXIV -- MVP in all three.
Nicely done decor around this classic throwing stance by #16. BONUS:
We are throwing in this facsmilie ticket for Super Bowl XXIV, mounted under plexiglas, which matches the Plaque. Plexi has some minor scratches, however, lines across in photo are shadows, not scratches. This ticket mounted on a plaque measures 6" x 8". Please see our many other Joe Montana items.

Joe Theisman Autographed Black & White Photo ( Item # 26305 )
This autograph in the 8" x 10" photo was personally obtained by Robert Towne, along with other autographed photo's we have obtained from his son.
This is a black and white, a little grainy and has a slight crease near the left arm.
Joseph Robert Theismann (born September 9, 1949   in New Brunswick New Brunswick, New Jersey,) is a former American football quarterback and curent television announcer for ESP.    He played football for theUniversity of Notre Dame and was a runner-up for the 1970 Heisman Trophy which went to Jim Plunket of Stanford University. 
Theismann was selected in the fourth round by the Miami Dolphins in the1971 NFL Draft, as well as Major Leaque Baseball's Minnesota Twins in that years's Major Leaque Baseball draft.  However, instead of playing for the Dolphins or the Twins, Theismann elected to sign with the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL. In his rookie year, Theismann led the Argonauts to a 10-4 record and won the league's eastern conference passing title and a berth in the Grey Cup championship game in Vancouver, British Columbia versus the Calgary Stampeders. 
In 1971 he completed 148 of 278 passes for 2440 yards and 17 TDs (with 21 interceptions.) His 1972 season was shortened by injury, but he hit 77 of 127 passes for 1157 yards and 10 TDs. During his last season, 1973, 157 of his 274 passes were complete, for 2496 yards and both 13 TDs and interceptions. He was an all star in both 1971 and 1973.
In 1974, the NFL Washington Redskins obtained his rights, and Theismann, determined to make it to the NFL, left the CFL and joined the Redskins where he volunteered to be the team's punt returner.  In 1978,  Joe Theismann became the Redskins' starting quarterback after Billy Kilmer  proved ineffective.
Theismann led the Redskins to a win in Super Bowl XVII and an appearance in Super Bowl XVIII and would go on to set several Redskins franchise records, including most career passing attempts (3,602), most career passing completions (2,044) and most career passing yards (25,206), while also throwing 160 touchdown passes, with 138 interceptions. On the ground, he rushed for 1,815 yards and 17 touchdowns. He was the NFL's MVP in 1983 and played in two Pro Bowl games, earning the player of the game award in the second game.  Joe's great career ended with a broken leg in a Monday Football game.
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Mike Ditka Autographed Black & White Photograph ( Item # 26306 )
Straight on autographed Mike Ditka Black and white photo obtained by Robert Towne.  It reads "Best Wishes Mike Ditka."
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Michael Keller Ditka, Jr. (born October 18, 1939, in Carnegie, Pennsylvania) also known as Iron Mike Ditka or Da Coach, is a former American NFL player, television commentator, and coach. Ditka coached the Chicago Bears for 11 years. He and Tom Flores are the only persons to have won a Super Bowl as a player, assistant coach, and head coach; and was the only individual to participate in two Chicago Bears� conference championships, as a player in 1963 and as head coach in 1985.

Ditka played for the University of Pittsburgh from 1958-1960. He started all 3 seasons and is widely considered one of the best tight ends in college football history. In addition to playing tight end, he also served as the team�s punter. He led the team in receiving in all 3 of his seasons with them and was a first team selection on the College Football All-America Team in his senior year. Ditka was drafted to play tight end by the Bears. His presence was immediately felt. In his first season, Ditka had 56 receptions, introducing a new dimension to a tight end position that had previously been dedicated to blocking. His success earned him Rookie of the Year honors. He continued to play for the Bears for the next five years, earning a Pro Bowl trip each season. He played on the 1963 NFL championship team. Many of the players from that team, including Ditka, were drafted by assistant coach George Allen, a future Hall of Famer, who was then in charge of the Bears drafts. Ditka was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles in 1967, where he spent two seasons, before being shipped off to the Dallas Cowboys in 1969. He spent four seasons with the Cowboys, highlighted by a touchdown reception in the Cowboys� 24-3 victory over the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl VI.

In 1988[1], his fearsome blocking and 427 career receptions for 5,812 yards and 43 touchdowns earned him the honor of being the first tight-end ever inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Ditka also scored 2 touchdowns on offensive fumble recoveries, tying 7 other players for the most in NFL history. In 1999, he was ranked number 90 on The Sporting News� list of the 100 Greatest Football Players.

Retiring after the 1972 season, Ditka was immediately hired as an assistant coach by Cowboys� head coach Tom Landry. Ditka spent nine seasons as an assistant coach with the Cowboys. During his tenure, the Cowboys made the playoffs eight times, won six division titles and three NFC Championships, including the one preceding their Super Bowl victory in 1977.

In 1982, Chicago Bears founder George Halas personally sought out Ditka to take over the head coaching reins, and reverse what had been a mostly dreary performance by the team in the years since Halas retired as head coach. Reversing the Bears� pitiful record of only two winning seasons in the previous nineteen, Ditka led the Bears to six NFC Central titles and three trips to the NFC Championship. Ditka�s coaching career hit its pinnacle in January 1986 with a 46-10 trouncing of the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XX. Football commentators widely regard the 1985 Bears defense as one of the best ever, which was masterminded by defensive coordinator, Buddy Ryan, with little oversight from Ditka. In an unusual gesture, following the Bears Super Bowl victory, Ryan was carried off the field by team members as well as Ditka.


Roger Craig 49er's Autographed Photo with card ( Item # 19207 )
Roger Craig, San Francisco 49er's autographed color photo with Los Angeles Raiders Pinnacle card. Framed and matted with COA from Old Pro Sports

Steve Young Autographed Shadow Box ( Item # 16719 )
This beautifully designed shadow box is a perfect item for that hard to shop for sports fan. Each Shadow Box includes: hand signed 8 x 10 photo, Riddell football mini helmet, and a oversized engraved plate. 1992 & 1994 NFL Playere of the Year. Each engraved plate has the players name, number, team, and career highlights. This is number 108 of 1000. QuaterbackHeight: 6-2Weight: 200Born: 10/11/61College: Brigham YoungSeasons: 12Drafted: Never Drafted in NFL Steve had to fill big shoes once Montana left. But Young met and exceeded all expectations and is now in the Hall of Fame. Young could hurt a team many ways. With his pin-point accuracy or by taking it himself on the ground. With Young out on the field, you never knew what's going to happen. We have purchase receipt from the source & certificate of authenticity.
Hall of Fame Career:  3 Super Bowl Rings, 10th Overall selection in the 1984 USFL draft, 43 Career Touchdown runs. 49 Yards he ran for a touchdown in a memorable play against the Vikings in 1988 and 64.3 career pass completion percentage.  Had a 1994 quarterback rating of 112.8, which set an NFL record.  Regular-season games started - 143.  Had 183 consecutive passes in 1993 without an interception -- a team recored.  Career touchdowns -- 232 and a total of 2,667 career completions. Threw for 3,000 yards or more in four consecutive seasons.  Career rushing yards -- 4,239 and careet passing 33,124 yards.  


Football Memorabilia / Collectors Plate or the alternate site: Football Memorabilia / Collectors Plate
Steve Young Collectors Plate by Ron DeFelice ( Item # 19192 )
San Francisco's Steve Young collectors plate by Ron DeFelice, second issue in the "The Game's Greatest". This is plate # 2280A in this limited edition.
Hall of Fame Career:  3 Super Bowl Rings, 10th Overall selection in the 1984 USFL draft, 43 Career Touchdown runs. 49 Yards he ran for a touchdown in a memorable play against the Vikings in 1988 and 64.3 career pass completion percentage.  Had a 1994 quarterback rating of 112.8, which set an NFL record.  Regular-season games started - 143.  Had 183 consecutive passes in 1993 without an interception -- a team recored.  Career touchdowns -- 232 and a total of 2,667 career completions. Threw for 3,000 yards or more in four consecutive seasons.  Career rushing yards -- 4,239 and careet passing 33,124 yards.


Football Memorabilia / Football Cards or the alternate site: Football Memorabilia / Football Cards
Joe Montana MVP Football Card & Pin ( Item # 20202 )
Still in the blister pack is the Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers MVP football card and pin.


Football Memorabilia / Photographs or the alternate site: Football Memorabilia / Photographs
Bob Lilly Autographed Photo ( Item # 18068 )
Bob Lilly, Defenseive Tackle in autographed photo putting pressure on Dan Marino. "Lilly will show Marino what the 'Doomsday Defense' was all about. Dick Butkus. COA from Collector's Edge. Also included is a card of Rashan Salaam. Bob Lilly was a consensus All-America at Texas Christian … Cowboys' first-ever draft choice (1961), first Hall of Famer (1980) … Foundation of great Dallas defensive units … Had unusual speed, strength, intelligence, recovery ability … All-NFL/NFC eight years … Named to 11 Pro Bowls … Played in five NFL/NFC title games, two Super Bowls … Missed just one game in 14 years.DOB: 07/26/1939 … Birthplace: Olney, TX … High School: Throckmorton (TX), Pendelton (OR) … Drafted: 1st round (13th overall) by Dallas Cowboys in 1961. Also drafted in 2nd round of 1961 AFL draft by the Dallas Texans.
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Bob Lilly Autographed Photo II ( Item # 18069 )
Bob Lilly pressuring Heath Shuler. "Heath would really have to show his ability to throw while running out of the pocket vs. Lilly." - Dick Butkus. This photo also includes a card of Junior Seay and COA. Consensus All-America at Texas Christian … Cowboys' first-ever draft choice (1961), first Hall of Famer (1980) … Foundation of great Dallas defensive units … Had unusual speed, strength, intelligence, recovery ability … All-NFL/NFC eight years … Named to 11 Pro Bowls … Played in five NFL/NFC title games, two Super Bowls … Missed just one game in 14 years. DOB: 07/26/1939 … Birthplace: Olney, TX … High School: Throckmorton (TX), Pendelton (OR) … Drafted: 1st round (13th overall) by Dallas Cowboys in 1961. Also drafted in 2nd round of 1961 AFL draft by the Dallas Texans … Uniform Number: #74.
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Earl Morrall Autographed Color Photo ( Item # 18073 )
Miami Dolphins 8x10 Color photo autographed by Earl Morrall from Mounted Memories. COA.
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Emmitt Smith Dallas Cowboys Autographed Photo Plaque ( Item # 19115 )
Hard to find Emmitt Smith Dallas Cowboys running back autographed color photo on walnut plaque with four cards: 1982 Rookie card, 1982 NFL card, Pro Set Platinum and Sky Box card.  Certificate of Authenticity from Stack of Placques.  
All under plexiglass Gold plate with records thru 1995.
Born: May 15, 1969. RB consensus All-America (1989) at Florida; 4-time NFL rushing leader (1991-93,95); regular season and Super Bowl MVP in 1993; played on three Super Bowl champions (1993,94,96); entered the 2002 season with a record 148 rushing TDs and eclipsed Walter Payton as NFL all-time leading rusher with over 17,000 yards.
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Jerry Rice 49ers Autographed Photo Large Framed ( Item # 27104 )
Crystal clear Autographed photo of San Francisco 49er Jerry Rice # 80  just as he is making one of his record setting catches.
Jerry Rice, NFL and Stack of Placques authenicated holograms.   Framed, matted and under plexiglas.
This originally cost $500 according to the individual who brought it into our shop. 
One of the very best Jerry Rice autographed photo's I have had the privilege to carry.
Shadows are from lighting and cameraman -- photo is perfect.  
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Joe Montana Photograph Plaque ( Item # 20195 )
Inexpensive nice photo of Joe Montana mounted on an 10" x 8" walnut plaque with black name plate. Name plate has a slight scratch on it.
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Neil O'Donnell Steelers Autographed Photo 1996 Super Bowl ( Item # 16737 )
Wide mounted Neil O'Donnel autographed and mounted photo from 1996 Super Bowl in Tempe, Arizona. This photo is mounted on walnut plaque and covered with plexiglas. Mint condition and Limited Edition 425 of 996. We have purchase receipt from the source & certificate of authenticity.
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Raymond Berry Autographed Photo I ( Item # 18066 )
Excellent laminated and autographed photo with Raymond Berry going against DB #21 Deion Sanders.
"It is said that Raymond Berry had 88 moves as a receiver, some of which Deion could use for his next rap session."  Limited Edition Series 0677 of 5000. This time warp card is part of a limited edition authentic signature series.
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Raymond Berry Autographed Photo II ( Item # 18067 )
Again, Raymond Berry, great wide receiver making a catch against Deion Sanders. This time warp photo also includes a card of Eddie George RB. The giant time warp football card was signed by Raymond Berry. COA.

Thurman Thomas Autographed Photo ( Item # 18070 )
Great photo of Thurman Thomas about ready to romp. We have COA. Thurman Thomas - Born: May 16, 1966 Football RB3-time AFC rushing leader (1990-91,93); 2-time All-Pro (1990-91); NFL Player of Year (1991); led Buffalo to 4 straight Super Bowls (1991-94).
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Tony Hill Autographed Photo ( Item # 18072 )
Color photo of consistant running back for the Dallas Cowboys.  Cetificate included.
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