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    1962 Topps Jim Brown #28 SGC 92 NM/MT+ 8.5. Acquiring a card from the 1962 Topps football set a ultra-high quality is certainly one of the greatest challenges facing 1960's football collectors. Even the slightest imperfections become highly visible thanks to the deep black borders Topps used here and in the '71 baseball edition. To find any '62 NM/MT+ card is a coup, to find the greatest running back ever to step onto a football field in the likes of Jim Brown is nothing short of a major victory. Two corner tips, and means the very outer tips show any sign of wear, centering is a sliver away from perfect and surfaces are blemish and the front glossy and fresh. And did we mention that card #28 is a scarcer short-print card from that year. Every star came into alignment to grace this fantastic entry.

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    November, 2010
    4th-5th Thursday-Friday
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