Relive four of the greatest vintage moments in 49ers football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1989 Super Bowl XXIII vs Cincinnati - The Drive
1988 Regular Season vs Minnesota - The Scramble
1982 NFC Championship vs Dallas - The Catch
1994 Regular Season, Week 1 vs Los Angeles - Rice breaks TD record
These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself. - Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster - Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz) - Natural edge
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1989 Super Bowl XXIII
49ers vs Cincinnati
20 - 16
22 January, 1989
Time was ticking down in Super Bowl XXIII and the Niners were down by 3. Fortunately, Joe Montana, displaying his usual calm demeanor, was able to drive the 49ers 92 yards in 3:10. Heavily utilizing Jerry Rice, Montana capped off the drive by hitting John Taylor for the game-winning touchdown pass.
1988 Regular Season
49ers vs Minnesota
24 - 21
30 October, 1988
Trailing late in the fourth quarter, Steve Young pulled off a miraculous 49 yard touchdown run, breaking five tackles and stumbling his way into the end zone to give the 49ers the lead and the eventual victory.
1982 NFC Championship
49ers vs Dallas
28 - 27
10 January, 1982
"The Catch" was more than just a game winning touchdown, it was the signal of changing of the guard. With the 49ers down by 6 points, Joe Montana led the Niners down the field and hit Dwight Clark from 6 yards out for "The Catch" and the win. The 49ers went on to win Super Bowl XVI.
1994 Regular Season, Week 1
Rice breaks TD record
49ers vs Los Angeles
44 - 14
5 September, 1994
Arguably the best player to ever grace a football field, Jerry Rice. In a 1994 Week 1 MNF matchup, Jerry scored his 3rd TD of the night to get career number 127, breaking Jim Brown's record. Rice finished his career with 208 total touchdowns, 33 more than eventual 2nd place Emmitt Smith.