Mark Howe Autographed Philadelphia Inquirer Sports Section - February 21, 1990
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You are bidding on a piece of memorabilia that was once part of Hockey Fall of Fame member Mark Howe's own personal collection. This Philadelphia Inquirer sports section from February 21, 1990 features a front page article and photo of Howe himself. An incredible piece of sports history that has been signed in blue by Howe.
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