An impressive collection of Green Bay Packers programs and memorabilia is on the auction block.
Massart Auctions in Green Bay is selling the personal Packer collection of John Holzer, a sideline scoreboard keeper and owner of a downtown drug store frequented by players and coaches years ago.
Holzer attended hundreds of games, keeping the program from each one and acquiring others that date as far back as the 1920s, when the NFL was in its infancy. Programs from playoff and championship seasons are included in the auction.
There are dozens of autographed photos from deceased Packers Hall of Famers and other team members, vintage media guides and even an exceedingly rare 1931 Walker Cleaners Green Bay Packers photographs partial set.
Bidding is underway online and continues with a live element on January 29.
WFRV-TV got a tour of what’s up for grabs and a little of the history behind the items.