- Made in: China for Hallmark (Retired)
- Not Vintage: 1997
- Details: This is a very popular collection started by Hallmark in 1995 and still running today. Joe Namath is the 3rd player in the series and features Joe wearing the Number #12 Jets jersey. The likeness of Joe Namath was sculpted by Dill Rhodus. This ornament includes a collector's trading card which are no longer included with the newer ornaments. The ornament is in its original box, the box is in very good USED condition. The ornament is dated and numbered (#3), however, the importance is more in completing the collection rather than the date. This will make a great addition to your own collection, a great gift for a Joe Namath fan, a Jets fan or any football fan.
- Material: Plastic
- Dimensions: The ornament is: Approx 2.25 inches Wide and 4.75 inches Tall. The box is: 3 inches Long, 2 inches Wide and 5.5 inches High.
- Condition: Used. Excellent Condition. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new. Every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. Refunds will not be given unless there’s gross misrepresentation of condition.
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Joe Namath was born on May 31, 1943. He is an American football player, quarterback. He played for the New York Jets for most of his career. Joe played and won in Super Bowl III in 1969 and became the first player to throw more than 4,000 yards. He had a great football career and was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1985. But he is also known for his behavior both on and off the field, his fashion sense, lighthearted personality, and stature as a sex symbol. He even became an actor and had his own show "The Joe Namath Show" in 1969 and appeared in several movies and as a guest star in several tv shows. He was also a sports broadcaster. He earned the nickname "Broadway Joe" in 1965 after his appearance on the cover of the July Sports Illustrated magazine. He was also called "Joe Willie Namath" primarily by sportscaster Howard Cosell. Today Joe Namath is still serving as an unofficial spokesman and goodwill ambassador for the Jets.