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    1984 Topps USFL Steve Young #52 PSA Mint 9. In one of the greatest performances in Super Bowl history, 49ers quarterback Steve Young threw a staggering six touchdowns en route to winning the Super Bowl XXIX Most Valuable Player award. The outcome was really no surprise, as the heavily favored San Francisco team defeated the San Diego Chargers 49-26. Offered is Steve Young's first card, years before he would take the reigns over from Joe Montana. This high grade example features near perfect centering, beautiful white borders and quality corners. Graded PSA Mint 9.

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