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    Anson Williams "Potsie Weber" University of Wisconsin Letterman Sweater from Happy Days (Paramount TV, 1974-1984). Vintage original vivid red wool, long sleeve, size "S" high school letterman sweater. With ribbed shoulders and sleeves, 2-hip pouch pockets, collarless v-neck and button front closure. Featuring a large 7" x 8.25" white fleece wool "W" (for Wisconsin) appliqued to the right chest. Worn throughout the college years on the TV series by Anson
    Williams as Potsie Weber during the decade long run of the show and in promotional images. Retaining the
    "Albion Award Sweater" internal maker's bias label. Exhibiting only minor age and production wear. In vintage Fine condition. From the personal collection of Anson Williams and comes with a signed LOA. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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