Shea Stadium Seat Cufflinks

$200.00 USD
  • Shea Stadium Seat Cufflinks
  • Shea Stadium Seat Cufflinks
  • Shea Stadium Seat Cufflinks
  • Shea Stadium Seat Cufflinks

Shea Stadium Seat Cufflinks

$200.00 USD
  • These cuff links are crafted from authentic Shea Stadium seating.
  • Set in sterling silver with swivel findings, these cuff links feature the scuffed plastic surface of seats from which fans cheered for decades. Measures 3/4" in diameter in shape of Stadium. Back hallmarked "Shea Stadium."
  • Officially licensed by the National Football League, each pair of cuff links comes gift-boxed with a Certificate of Authenticity.

ADDITIONAL PRODUCT INFORMATION

Shea Stadium opened in 1964 as home to both the New York Jets and New York Mets. The Jets played there for twenty seasons. During that time, the stadium hosted the 1968 AFL Championship in which the Jets defeated the Oakland Raiders, 27-23, and went on to their Super Bowl III win. Shea also hosted the AFL Divisional Playoffs in 1969 and the AFC Wild Card Playoff game in 1981. The Jets' last game at Shea in 1983 was also the last NFL game for Terry Bradshaw, the Pittsburgh Steelers' quaterback. In 1984, the Jets moved to Giants Stadium in New Jersey and, Shea Stadium continued to be the Mets' home until it was closed in 2008.

Exchange Policy

If you aren't happy with your item you can exchange it within 14 days. Please note we do NOT do refunds. You can exchange by mail or in-store.

Shipping

As long as your item is in-stock it will ship expedited within 48 hours. If your item is on backorder or a special order item we'll notify you upon order receipt. If you need it sooner just let us know and we'll work to get it to you faster! Please note all prints are made to order and may take up to 6 weeks to produce depending on the finish, please let us know if you need it within a certain date and we will do our best to accommodate.

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