Very Good in Poor jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. "The words are from SUPER! and they tell the story of one of the most incredible seasons and one of the most incredible teams in modern sports. And when they had won Super Bowl XV, Al Davis, their owner, properly called it 'our finest hour. ' This is a step-by-step account of that achievement, with vignettes of the personalities who brought it about and an historical perspective of the organization that has been the most succeessful in professional football for the last two decades." This book has 158 pages and is profusely illustrated.
Fine unmarked, in Near Fine unclipped jacket. Step bu step illustrated account of the Raiders 1980 season culminating in Super Bowl victory. Nice bright clean crisp 1st edition collectibled. Inscription on half-title page reads: "To Jay, a super fan. Best, Murray Olderman." 8-1/2 x 11, 158 pp, b/w & color photos, black endpapers.
very good, fair to good. Quarto, 158, profusely illus. (some in color), appendix, chronology, small tears and creases to DJ, piece missing in rear DJ. History of the Oakland Raiders, ending with their victory in Super Bowl XV. Includes a letter to Senator Harrison A. Williams, transmitting a copy of this book.
Good in good dust jacket. vii, 158 p. : ill. (some col. ); 27 cm. Includes Illustrations. G+ hardcover in Good only jacket. First Edition. SIGNED by RAY CHESTER, former tight End for the Oakland Raiders. ALSO SIGNED by two "Raiderettes", "Jill" and "lisa" with '97' after their signature. No inscriptions. Mild to moderate edge/cornerwear to book. Jacket w/moderate water damage (hardly noticeable from outside). Edgewear and rubbing to front title. Solid. 158 pp.
The Oakland Raiders and Murray Olderman, Oakland, CA
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