Known as the Frankford Yellow Jackets in 1931, the franchise went bankrupt halfway thru their first season. They were bought by a syndicate headed by Bert Bell and Lud Wray a year and a half later.
Owner Jeffrey Lurie
NFL Champs 1948, 1949, 1960
NFC Champs 1980, 2004
Playoff Appearances 23
The new owners of the team used the drawing of the Blue Eagle which was the insignia of Franklin D. Roosevelts New Deal, the National Recovery Act. They gave the franchise the name, Philadelphia Eagles. Our sculpture is a symbol of an Eagles size, strength, and powers of flight and vision.
Sculpture Size: 20 x 20 x 9
The Sculptor Company has created a hand sculpted limited edition bronze sculpture for each of the thirty-two teams that make up the National Football League. We currently have eight completed pieces of art. Each solid bronze sits upon a marble base and depicts the mascot or history of the team it represents.
Each sculpture will be approximately 20 x 20 x 9. It weighs 28 32 pounds. Each customer will have the opportunity to create a personalized nameplate to go on the front of their art piece. This will give the owner the ability to leave a lasting legacy for generations to come showing their loyalty and support for their Team and the NFL.