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    1959 Topps Sam Huff #51 PSA Gem MT 10 - Pop Three. Huff was regarded as one of the most influential defensive players of the 1950-1960s era whose presence on the Redskins team was felt almost immediately upon his trade from the NY Giants. From his first appearance in 1956 Huff was a force to be reckoned with as he helped the Giants win five consecutive games finishing with an 8-3-1 record and the Eastern Conference title and '56 NFL Championship. Huff would be the first rookie middle linebacker to start a championship game. Tom Landry's 4-3 defense which changed the way football was played was a system built around him. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1982. From the height of his years with the Giants we offer this pristine 1959 Topps card #51 that is graded PSA Gem MT 10. It is one of three cards rated Gem MT by PSA and of course there is no chance for another grading any higher.

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    August, 2016
    27th-28th Saturday-Sunday
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