A sculpture of extraordinary realism...meticulously detailed and skillfully hand painted.
- Alltel Stadium's current incarnation as the home of the Jacksonville Jaguars dates to 1989, when the city of Jacksonville announced it would seek an NFL franchise. Granted in 1993, the new franchise began play in 1995. By then, the Gator Bowl had been transformed, paid for by over $130 million in municipal bonds into a sweeping modern stadium with 10,000 club seats, 85 luxury suites and two 60 feet high by 156 feet wide scoreboards. Situated on 10 acres in the heart of downtown Jacksonville, the stadium features a unique, multi-layered artificial turf system.
- Superbly crafted and carefully hand painted by skilled artisans, the sculpture comes mounted on a handsome display base. Also, comes with the original COA from Danbury Mint.
- Actual size approximately 7 1/2" long x 7" wide, including base.