Montana & Clark 1982 "The Catch" 49ers Helmet
Considered one of the most famous plays in NFL history. 49ers Proline Helmet hand signed by Joe Montana & Dwight Clark with added football drawing by Dwight.
The Catch was the winning touchdown reception in the 1981 NFC Championship Game played between the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park on January 10, 1982, as part of the 1981–82 NFL playoffs following the 1981 NFL season.
With 58 seconds left in the game and the 49ers facing 3rd-and-3, San Francisco wide receiver Dwight Clark made a leaping grab in the back of the end zone to complete a 6-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Joe Montana, enabling the 49ers to defeat the Cowboys, 28–27.
The Catch is widely regarded as one of the most memorable events in National Football League history.
Comes with an tamper-evident hologram and certificate.
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