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Relics Cover PageThe History of the Buffalo Bills in Objects and Memorabilia
by Jeffrey J. Miller & Greg D. Tranter

List Price: $42.50
ISBN: 978-1-937943-58-5
Category: Sports History
Pub Date: September 30, 2021
Binding: Hardcover 8 1/2 x 11, 230 pages
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Take a journey through the Buffalo Bills proud and impressive history as told through the objects and memorabilia in this compelling book by Jeffrey Miller and Greg Tranter. RELICS: The History of the Buffalo Bills in Objects and Memorabilia is a new approach to chronicling the history of the team by telling the story through its memorabilia and various collectibles. The authors bring to life the compelling and intriguing stories behind each artifact and its significance in Bills’ history.

From wildly popular collectibles such as the Whammy Weenie or Flutie Flakes, to one-of-a-kind items such as Ralph Wilson’s Hall-of-Fame jacket, O.J. Simpson’s jersey from his historic 1973 season, or seats from the old Rockpile, the artifacts presented within these pages depict the history of the Buffalo Bills in a distinctive and exciting way.

To the average fan, these may seem mere objects, but to a true Bills fan there’s a human-interest personal story behind each of them. It’s a fascinating must read that brings these objects to life as part of Bills history.
—by Ed Rutkowski, former Buffalo Bill and Erie County Executive
Greg Tranter and Jeff Miller have written a book that takes us on an interesting stroll down memory lane. It’s like walking through a museum, seeing memorabilia of the past, and hearing a curator explain the history of each item. Without the artifact, it is harder to understand and appreciate the story.

Game balls, Playbooks, Megaphones and even a box of Cornflakes are a few of the relics they use to boost our imagination and bring these true stories to life. Collectors of memorabilia, and people that like to hear first-hand accounts of what it was like during the early years of the Buffalo Bills, will find this book fascinating.

The old saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” could not be more appropriate for what you are about to see ….. and what you are about to read!
—by Jeff Nixon, Buffalo Bills Safety (1979-84)


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