Walter Payton Autographed Bears Mini Helmet With COA

I have decided to sell my Autographed NFL Mini Helmet Collection that I started back in the 1990's

Up for bid is a Walter Payton autographed Bears mini helmet with a Certificate Of Authenticity that I bought back

in the mid 1990's from "Sport Card Heaven, Inc." in Orange, Connecticut.

This mini helmet was beautifully signed in silver sharpie by Walter Payton with his jersey number 34 also added.

Both Helmet and Autograph are in mint condition and comes in a clear acrylic plastic case for a safe displaying place.

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Walter Payton, Bears RB, 1975-1987

Walter Payton Biography

The name Walter Payton is one that needs no introduction. Walter's Chicago Bear records from 1975 through 1987 are long and impressive. While primarily a running

He was the NFL Player of the year and Most Valuable Player in both 1977 and 1985. His list of accomplishments includes catching 492 pass receptions for 4,538 yards and 15 touchdowns, and passing 34 times for 331 yards and 8 touchdowns.

Walter's historical career as a running back helped to establish him as the All-Time leader in running and combined net yards. Walter contributed 16,726 rushing yards with 100 touchdowns during his tenure with the bears. He was a first round draft choice from Jackson State, played in nine Pro Bowls, held the single game rushing record of 275 yards against central division rival -- the Minnesota Vikings, and ran for over 100 yards in 77 games.

While always being the number one target of defensive opponents, Walter missed only one game in his career -- a game in his rookie season due to a bruised thigh, and he went on to play 186 consecutive games.

Born July 25, 1954 in Columbia, Mississippi, Walter continued to play on new fields after football.

In 1998 Walter continued his many philanthropic works through his Walter Payton Foundation. Through his personal involvement and devotion to children's causes he eased the suffering of many of our nation's neediest children.

The drive and determination Walter exhibited in his on-field performances with the Chicago Bears continued to serve him well in his business career, including his Payton Power Equipment Company, the premier provider of heavy equipment to industrial and construction businesses in the Chicago land area and nationally.

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