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1990 seattle seahawks football jersey flower vase 12th man fans season tickets

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Football-NFL

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Condition:

Used

Sport:

Football-NFL

Pre & Post Season:

Super Bowl

Team:

Seattle Seahawks

Player:

steve largent

Product:

Mugs

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Item description

this is a very rare vase of the seattle seahawks jersey. this was given out to season ticket holders who have had their season ticket for 20 years straight. it was sent by mail by the seahawks front office.it has the old seahawks logo. this is a hand painted vase ,not stickers. some scratches on the front on the numbers 12. can be fixed easy with touch up paint. it was in storage in a box for many years. it measures 7x6 inch. here is some history The term has been used by various American football teams including the NFL's Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bills, Denver Broncos, Washington Redskins, Indianapolis Colts, and Chicago Bears in marketing practices in reference to their supporters, though many stopped using the term "12th man" at the request of Texas A M (the Bears currently use the phrase "4th Phase".The Seattle Seahawks continue to use the phrase, having settled with Texas A M out of court after a trademark lawsuit filed by Texas A M. The Seattle Seahawks retired the number 12 jersey on December 15, 1984 in honor of their fans. In 2003, the Seahawks installed a giant flagpole in the south end zone of what is now CenturyLink Field, and began a tradition of raising a giant flag with the number 12 on it in honor of the fans. Usually, a local celebrity or a season ticket holder raises the flag during pregame ceremonies. In recent years, 12th man flags have been seen all over Seattle whenever the Seahawks make the playoffs, including atop the Space Needle. In 1992, the Buffalo Bills honored their 12th man by inducting them into the Buffalo Bills Wall of Fame inside Ralph Wilson Stadium. They were inducted because of their loyal support during the team's early '90s Super Bowl runs. The Indianapolis Colts honored their 12th man by inducting them into the Indianapolis Colts Ring of Honor in 2007. Texas A M trademark issues and Seattle Seahawks lawsuit The United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued trademark registrations to Texas A M for "12th Man" and "Home of the 12th Man" (See U.S. Reg. Nos. 1948306, 4301538, 3354769 and 1612053), one or more of which has achieved incontestable status with the Patent and Trademark Office. According to statements made by Texas A M officials, they sent requests to stop using the phrase to the Seattle Seahawks (2004, 2005), Buffalo Bills (undated), and the Chicago Bears (undated). Both the Bills and the Bears responded to the requests stating they would no longer use the phrase, however the Seahawks did not respond to the request. In January 2006, Texas A M filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against the Seattle Seahawks to protect the trademark and in May 2006, the dispute was settled out of court. As part of the agreement, the Seahawks acknowledge Texas A M's ownership rights of the trademarked phrase. However, the NFL team may continue using it under license. Neither side admitted any fault or liability. In the agreement, Texas A M licensed the Seahawks to continue using the phrase "12th Man" in exchange for 100,000, along with public acknowledgement by the NFL franchise as to Texas A M's ownership of the phrase, and an additional annual fee. The compensation amounted to 5000 per year on the 12 man.