New Orleans Saints 2010 Limited Edition Super Bowl XLIV Game Used Football Watch

 

    • This watch is crafted from an authentic game used football from Super Bowl 40 in which the Saints were the 2010 Champions!
    • Total production run for this item is less than 5 units.
    • 40mm stainless steel bezel, this watch features the iconic pebbled texture and some of the ball's markings. Brushed stainless caseback hallmarked "Saints Super Bowl XLIV". Mineral crystal.
    • A tamper evident hologram is affixed to the face. Search this number to learn more about the ball's game history.
    • Battery operated Swiss movement.
    • Italian leather black strap with contrast stitching.
    • Each watch comes gift-boxed with an authentication instruction card.
    • One year warranty from date of purchase.
    • Officially licensed by National Football League.

Celebrate the Saints with a piece from the game!


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New England Patriots defeated the Carolina Panthers, 32-29, in Super Bowl XXXVIII which was their second Big Game in three years. This game was played on February 1, 2004 at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas.

The following year, on February 6, 2005 at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida, the New England Patriots defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21 in Super Bowl XXXIX for their second consecutive win. The footballs used to make these products were one of 120 used during each game and secured from the NFL.

The Super Bowl, whose original name was the AFL-NFL Championship Game, was the result of the 1966 NFL and AFL merger. In fact, the "Super Bowl" did not become the official title until its third year in 1970 even though the name had persisted since the merger agreement in which Lamar Hunt, the Chief's owner, accidentally coined the term. Hunt also initiated the use of Roman Numerals to number each game and this tradition started with Super Bowl V, the same game in which the Vince Lombardi Trophy was first awarded. For more artifact information, please visit Authentication.