Joe Montana & Bill Walsh "Joe Cool & The Genius" 12x18 Photo Display (SG Signature Series)
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ABOUT THIS COLLECTIBLE
***FREE SF 49ERS MYSTERY PHOTOGRAPH WITH PURCHASE (SIZE OF PHOTO VARIES WITH PURCHASE).*** Quarterbacks may come and go, but none will ever be as brilliant, nor as exciting, as Joe Montana. And the combination of Joe & Coach Walsh was downright lethal. Montana was Joe Cool, the quarterback who never quit…the quarterback who could overcome any deficit, any pressure, any injury. Montana won more than 70% of the games he started during an illustrious 16-year career in the NFL. Most important to Niners fans, he captured nine divisional championships and victories in Super Bowls XVI, XIX, XXIII, and XXIV. Elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000, many argue that Joe was one of the greatest NFL players ever. Also in the Hall of Fame is Coach Bill Walsh, called "The Genius" as the creator of the West Coast Offense, and a 3x Super Bowl Winner while coaching Joe & the Niners. This mosaic (image is composed of small squares for a cool effect!) 12x18 photo of the two strategizing near the sideline is an instant classic. Quality Framed with wood moulding, glass and classic matting with white v-groove, the display is part of our UNSIGNED SG Signature Series that includes Sports Gallery Exclusive laser-engraved facsimile signatures. This plate on this beauty features BOTH Montana and Walsh's autographs, along with "JOE COOL & THE GENUIS" and the details of this Candlestick playoff game. Measuring approximately 23 1/2"w x 17 1/2"h (framed), this display is a unique piece of Sports Art celebrating not only two iconic sports figures but the 49ers glorious "Team of the Decade" era.