Brett Favre played 16 seasons as a member of the Green Bay Packers. Favre was inducted into the prestigious Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016. He led the Packers to a Super Bowl championship, and the Green Bay Packers have honored him by retiring his jersey number, #4. Favre was the passing touchdown leader four times throughout his career and was a two-time NFL passing yards leader. In conjunction with Upper Deck Authenticated, Brett Favre is the latest in a short line of great athletes to be honored with a unique “Tegata” memorabilia piece. A “Tegata” is a traditional form of Japanese memorabilia that is reserved only for the most superior athletes. Utilizing handmade Japanese Hamada paper, Favre has inked his right hand in black and included an authentic Inkan stamp which aligns with the traditional craft. The overall keepsake, which measure 36" wide by 36" high, includes a 9.5" by 10.5" inset center upon which Favre’s hand has been inked and is surrounded by a double-matted collage style background of Green Bay Packers images. Favre performed the “Tegata” process under supervision of UDA officials and helped in the hand-crafting of 44 uniquely authentic stamps for the debut release. The limited-edition silver autographed hand print is guaranteed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five-Step Authentication Process.