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The Omaha Knights, a minor league hockey team in Nebraska, first popped up at the tail end of the 1950s and lasted until 1975 in a few different iterations. This red jersey has the Knights crest on the front and shows very nice use with six team repairs, paint transfers, stick marks and some light board burns. The jersey is evidently a hand-me-down from the Knights' parent club, the Atlanta Flames, as it's clear the Flames logo was at one time on the front before being replaced when it was sent down. There is an original "3" on the sleeves and back, which means the jersey was likely worn by Pat Quinn of the Flames, who sported the number "3" during the early 1970s. The jersey has a metal-clip style fight strap inside, with a Rawlings size 52 tag inside the tail along with washing instructions. It comes with a Letter of Authenticity.
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