Larry Cole Autograph

Larry Rudolph Cole (born November 15, 1946) is a former American football defensive lineman in the National Football League (NFL) for the Dallas Cowboys. He played in five Super Bowls, winning Super Bowl VI and XII. He played college football at the University of Hawaii and the Air Force Academy. More about Larry Cole

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Current items with a signature of Larry Cole

These are the most current items with a signature of Larry Cole that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailLarry Cole 1975 Topps #229 AUTOGRAPHED Card - Dallas Cowboys$10.00logo
thumbnailLarry Cole Signed DALLAS COWBOYS Card 1974 Topps$6.95logo
thumbnailLarry Cole Signed DALLAS COWBOYS Card 1975 Topps$6.95logo
thumbnailLarry Cole Signed DALLAS COWBOYS Card SUPER BOWL VI$5.95logo
thumbnailLarry Cole Signed DALLAS COWBOYS Card SUPER BOWL VI$5.95logo
thumbnailLarry Cole Signed DALLAS COWBOYS Card SUPER BOWL VI$5.95logo
thumbnailSIGNED LARRY COLE 2009 UPPER DECK AMERICA'S TEAM FOOTBAL AUTOGRAPH - COWBOYS$19.99logo
Cole attended Granite Falls High School in Minnesota, where he was a starter at defensive tackle. Granite Falls eventually merged with other schools, creating a new one called Yellow Medicine East High School.

He accepted a football scholarship from the United States Air Force Academy. He was named a starter at defensive end as a sophomore. In 1965, the Air Force Academy was rocked by a cheating scandal in which over 100 cadets resigned or were expelled, including many of its top athletes. Though not personally implicated himself, Cole decided to resign from the school as well. Read even more about Larry Cole at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Larry Cole

In total, we tracked 194 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Larry Cole (LARRY COLE SIGNED & FRAMED DALLAS COWBOYS JERSEY) was sold in May 2011 for $500.00 while the cheapest item (Larry Cole Signed 4x6 Photo Dallas Cowboys SB VI XII Hawaii Rainbows Autograph) found a new owner for $0.49 in May 2023. The month with the most items sold (5) was May 2021 with an average selling price of $7.95 for an autographed item of Larry Cole. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in May 2011 with $500.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was January 2012. In average, an autographed item from Larry Cole is worth $9.99.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Larry Cole were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailBob Lilly Larry Cole Dual Signed 1972 Topps Champ. PSA/DNA Signed Auto Autograph$45.00logo
thumbnailLarry Cole -Hawaii- Dallas Cowboys Autographed Police Card$25.00logo
thumbnailLarry Cole Autographed/Signed Jersey JSA COA Dallas Cowboys$25.00logo
thumbnailLarry Cole Signed 1975 Topps Card #229 Dallas Cowboys$9.99logo
thumbnailLarry Cole Signed 4x6 Photo Dallas Cowboys SB VI XII Hawaii Rainbows Autograph$0.99logo
thumbnailLarry Cole Signed 4x6 Photo Dallas Cowboys SB VI XII Hawaii Rainbows Autograph$0.99logo
thumbnailLarry Cole Signed Autograph 4x6 Photo Dallas Cowboys SB VI XII Hawaii Rainbows $2.27logo
thumbnailLarry Cole Signed Autograph 4x6 Photo Dallas Cowboys SB VI XII Hawaii Rainbows $1.25logo
thumbnailLarry Cole Signed DALLAS COWBOYS Card 1975 Topps$6.95logo
thumbnailLARRY COLE Signed ROOKIE 1974 Topps #478 Dallas Cowboys Hawaii Autograph RC Auto$25.00logo

Latest News about Larry Cole

Cole Beasley defends himself after 'liking' Instagram rant against Jerry Jones (01/16/19): Dallas Cowboys fans have once again been left disappointed after their team came up short in the postseason, and many of them are blaming the team's shortcomings in recent years on Jerry Jones. Despite what his social media activity may have indicated, Cole Beasley insists he is not one of them. Go to news article