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Ray Lewis 2012 Super Bowl Original Artwork by Dan Duffy

Lot Number 893

Quantity: Bid Starts: 01/30/2017 12:00:00 
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There has never been—and never will be—another Ray Lewis. Loved by his fans and hated by his detractors, Lewis was a one-man wrecking crew whom ESPN writer John Clayton called the 5th greatest defensive player of all time (behind Taylor, White, Greene and Butkus). Above all, Ray Ray's legacy is tied to his charismatic leadership, perhaps best exemplified at Super Bowl XLVII with his farewell 
intro dance and pre-game speech. That raucous, inspiring pep talk, along with his celebratory postgame interview, are brought to life in this one-of-a-kind original piece by master word artist Dan Duffy. Lewis himself is composed of the complete 2012 Ravens schedule and results, from the opening win over the Bengals to the championship triumph over the 49ers. The striking 16x20 portrait is signed and dated by Duffy, whose rendering of Clayton Kershaw sold in our June 2015 auction for $900.



 
 
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