Beautiful Franco Harris Signed Pittsburgh Steelers 1975 Super Bowl Trophy JSA


The Pittsburgh Steelers ruled the 1970's with four Super Bowl titles. Behind quarterback Terry Bradshaw, running back Franco Harris, and wide receivers Lynn Swann and John Stallworth--all of whom are enshrined in Canton--the Steelers were a well-oiled machine on offense. The "Steel Curtain" front line led by "Mean Joe" Greene and L.C. Greenwood backed by linebackers Jack Ham and Jack Lambert--again, all Hall of Famers--made their defense one of the greatest ever. This lot includes a beautiful full size Lombardi Trophy, named after legendary Green Bay Packers head coach Vince Lombardi, paying tribute to Pittsburgh's first ever Super Bowl victory on January 12, 1975. It stands 17” tall and weighs 11 pounds. The neck of the trophy, upon which rests a silver football, reads: “VINCE LOMBARDI TROPHY SUPER BOWL IX - AFC vs. NFC.” It goes on to spell out the location – "Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, Louisiana" - JANUARY 12, 1975” – and also reflects the final score of the game: "PITTSBURGH STEELERS 16 – MINNESOTA VIKINGS 6.” Franco Harris won game MVP honors, carrying the ball 34 times for 158 yards and a touchdown. Signed by Franco Harris. Comes with COA and holograms from JSA and Sports Memorabilia.