Joe Montana led the 49ers to four Super Bowl victories and was awarded Super Bowl MVP honors three times. One of the greatest quarterbacks in history, Montana was a master of come-from-behind victories. He led the league in passing five times, and 39 times he passed for more than 300 yards in a game, including seven times in which he surpassed 400 yards. Montana’s six 300-yard passing performances in the post-season are an NFL record, and he owns the career playoff records for attempts, completions, touchdowns and yards gained passing. Montana was enshrined in the Hall of Fame in 2000.
Dwight Clark was a star wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers. The 2-time Super Bowl Champion was a 2-time Pro Bowl selection and had his jersey number 87 retired by the 49ers. Clark is best remembered for his touchdown catch in 1982 that led the 49ers to the Super Bowl that has come to be known as “The Catch.” With under a minute left in the game against the Dallas Cowboys, Clark caught the touchdown pass over Everson Walls from Joe Montana to give the 49ers a 28–27 lead and the NFC championship. Dwight Clark passed away in 2018 after being diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease in 2017.
This San Francisco 49ers 16x20 photo depicting "The Catch" has been hand signed by both Joe Montana and Dwight Clark. Each autographed photo includes an individually numbered, tamper-evident TRISTAR Authentic hologram.