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This Joe Montana autographed SF 49ers Full Size Authentic Style Helmet is boldly signed in black Sharpie paint pen and has been authenticated with the tamper proof Joe Montana Hologram. 

This also has 15 inscriptions:

HOF 2000
4x SB Champ
89 NFL Player of the Year
89/90 AP Athlete of the Year
5391 Pass Attempts
3409 completions
40551 yds
273 TD's
1672 Rushing yds
21 TD's
92.3 QB Rating
8x Pro Bowl
34 come from behind wins


Joe Montana, nicknamed "Joe Cool" and "The Comeback Kid", is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 16 seasons, primarily with the San Francisco 49ers. He also briefly played for the Kansas City Chiefs.

After winning a college national championship at Notre Dame, Montana started his NFL career in 1979 with San Francisco, where he played for the next 14 seasons. Traded before the 1993 season, he spent his final two years in the league with the Kansas City Chiefs. While a member of the 49ers, Montana started and won four Super Bowls and was the first player ever to have been named Super Bowl Most Valuable Player three times. He also holds Super Bowl career records for most passes without an interception (122 in 4 games) and the all-time highest quarterback rating of 127.8. Montana was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000, his first year of eligibility.

Career highlights and awards

4× Super Bowl champion (XVI, XIX, XXIII, XXIV)
3× Super Bowl MVP (XVI, XIX, XXIV)
8× Pro Bowl (1981, 1983–1985, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1993)
3× First-team All-Pro (1987, 1989, 1990)
2× Second-team All-Pro (1981, 1984)
2× NFL Most Valuable Player (1989, 1990)
NFL Offensive Player of the Year (1989)
Bert Bell Award (1989)
Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year (1990)
2× AP Athlete of the Year (1989, 1990)
NFL Comeback Player of the Year (1986)
2× NFL passer rating leader (1987, 1989)
2× NFL passing touchdowns leader (1982, 1987)
NFL 1980s All-Decade Team
NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team
San Francisco 49ers No. 16 retired
National champion (1977)

Pro Football Hall of Fame 2000