The key component in the Dallas Cowboys’ 1990s resurgence, UCLA product Troy Aikman went from an anemic 52% completion percentage to 65% in just two seasons. His team followed suit, going from a 1-15 1989 mark to 7-9 in ’90, 11-5 in '91 and proceeded with two straight Super Bowl titles. This Cowboys helmet was worn and signed by the Hall of Fame signal caller during the 1990 and 1991 seasons. The “Riddell” accessory has proper decals and is signed on the shell in blue marker (“6-7” strength). Tremendous game use is evident with scuff marks and paint transfers about the outer shell. Comes with an LOA from the Dallas Cowboys (for helmet authenticity) and a cert/sticker from PSA/DNA (for autograph). More on our website.
This Lone Star relic features a silver-colored plastic shell on which five-point star team logo decals are adhered to the sides, while a white stripe runs down the center and is flanked by blue stripes. On the back, an NFL badge logo decal is accompanied by a “WARNING” sticker, a size “L 7-1/4 – 7-3/4” sticker and an “NOC-SAE” stamping. A three-bar face mask is secured by a “Riddell” snubber and the original chin strap accompanies. The jaw pads remain intact, as do the padded cells lining the crown’s interior. Inspection and warning stickers are adhered within the right ear flap.