Hail! The Washington Redskins are indeed on the warpath in this comprehensive collection of (304) individually signed index cards. Bold pennings (mostly ballpoint) average (“9”) potency with highlights including (76) deceased players. These include: Nick Adduci, Dick Alban, John Allen, Mack Alston, Dale Atkeson, John Badaczewski, Jim Barber, Ed Barker, Steve Barnett, Don Boll, George Buksar, Preston Carpenter, John Carson, Rick Casares, Jack Cloud, Angelo Coia, Jack Kent Cooke (owner), Bill Cox, Walt Cudzik, Doug Cunningham, Roland Dale, Ben Davidson, Andy Davis, Rufus Deal, Art DeCarlo, Al DeMao, Fred Dugan, Doug Elmore, Ralph Felton, Harry Gilmer, Gary Glick, Bob Goode, Dan Grimm, Fred Hageman, Howard Hartley, Bill Hartman, Bob Hoffman, Charlie Justice, Jim Kincaid, John Koniszewski, John Kovatch, Ted Lapka, Eddie LeBaron, Dan Lewis, Karl Lorch, Tommy Mason, Paul McKee, Steve Mellinger, Dick Modzelewski, Ray Monaco, Tom Mont, Fran O’Brien, Chet Ostrowski, Jack Pardee, Bob Pellegrini, Gene Pepper, Volney Peters, Jim Podoley, Knox Ramsey, John Reger, Jim Ricca, Tom Runnels, Herb Siegert, Ed Stacco, Jim Steffen, Bill Stits, Ed Sutton, Walt Sweeney, Mike Taylor, Joe Tereshinski, Dick Todd, Bob Toneff, Torgy Torgeson, Dan Turk, Harry Ulinski and Slug Witucki.
Highlights among the (228) autographs of living players include: Bobby Beathard (General Manager), Ernest Byner, Mike Curtis, Fred Dean, Boyd Dowler, Pat Fischer, Rich Gannon, Joe Jacoby, Roy Jefferson, Billy “White Shoes” Johnson, Billy Kilmer, Dexter Manley, Charles Mann, Wilber Marshall, Mark Moseley, Rodney Peete, Jay Schroeder, Diron Talbert, Joe Theismann, Mike Tice, Doug Williams and Sam Wyche.
Note: due to time constraints, these autographs did not get third-party authentication, though are presumed legitimate.