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    Favorite Piece of Memorabilia that you own?...

    I'm just curious as to what everyone else has actually,lol....these are mine:

    Tim Couch autographed mini Kentucky Wildcats helmet
    Tim Couch autographed mini Cleveland Browns chrome helmet
    Tim Couch autographed 99 Leaf Rookies and Stars "Ticket Masters" (KJ on other side,sweet looking card if i ever saw one)
    Browns poster (painted,179/1999) with Tim Couch and Paul Warfield in front of Cleveland Browns Stadium
    (my dads) Jim Brown autographed book

    Mark Prior autographed Baseball from the College World Series

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    I have two:

    Ted Williams auto I got personally in 1986 and My Volume 1 #1 issue of the Sporting News

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    Legends of Hockey book signed by 15 players including Bobby Hull and Bobby Orr

    My 4 Eric Lindros cards I just got.

    Bobby Hull signed Whalers puck

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    My Jerry Hairston Jr. game used hat ( real hat he gave me), my Jerry pants ( gave them to me) and my Jerry bat and pictures.

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    tough choice

    Thats a hard questions i like my patrick roy 8x10,peter forsberg 8x10 both I got signed in-person and being a avs fan it was terrific! I also have a avs jersey signed by like 10 guys..

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    tmac authentic autographed jersey


    Griffey junior game issued authentic jersey autographed

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    Mine's a basketball signed by Hakeem Olajuwon, Clyde Drexler, Sam Cassell, Robert Horry, RudyT, and a few others.

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