This website has been very helpful in helping me identify this old gamer, thanks. It looks as though you are correct Dr. Bill Walsh, again. It seems the game was in Arizona on 8-5-94 that he wore this jersey
I found a guy herein giving advise on buying used fakes on Ebay which helped me too called 9erstorm, he said
The NFL's 75th anniversary took place during the 1994 season. If you see a 49ers jersey from this year (like the ones that they wore in Super Bowl XXIX, it MUST have this patch. The patch was sewn in one of two spots. Either the top if the patch should be perfectly aligned with the seam near the collarbone that separates the body of the jersey from the top of the jersey. Or it could be placed about half an inch to an inch higher so that the left and right corners of the diamond shape are aligned with this seam. Also, it is a common misconception to see a jersey in the style of the 80's teams with this patch. This may still be an authentic. The 49ers wore their regular jerseys during the beginning of the 1994 season and did not switch to the "shadow" style until later in the season.
so I looked through my pictures and saw this one
See it? I then I looked through your link at Getty Images and saw the first games had it offset, actually it went beyond that link to clarify it. This took a while to convince myself, but you were all over that call, thanks Dr. Bill Walsh, it was not the one of a kind game 2 but one of a kind preseason game. What a great time it was for me. And if anyone knows anything about this sort of a personal certification document that it has, it says
forgive me for the picture quality, the pictures were taken on an old apple laptop so they are not very good. I am going to Brookings again next week, I will remember to take some nice ones hopefully. So if anyone can throw out a clue on if letterhead from a player's private corporation stating his jersey is his, is this an acceptable form of authentication in today's commercial market place? There may be doubters if I put it out there, so do you know if a 'Letter of Authenticity' is the same as a 'Certificate of Authenticity'?