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    1965 Charley Taylor Game Worn Washington Redskins Jersey. A career-long member of the Washington Redskins, Charley Taylor was named to eight Pro Bowls during his Hall of Fame career, and won the league's Rookie of the Year in 1964 after he became the first rookie in 20 years to finish in the NFL's top 10 in both rushing and receiving.

    Originating from the family of Redskins assistant trainer/equipment manager Fred Baxter, the white Durene stunner is decked out with beautiful maroon tackle twill numerals. Displaying four team repairs, specks of blood and solid wear throughout, it has the proper "Sand Knit size 44" tag in the tail, and a 1965 year swatch is in the interior tail. One of the most popular style of all NFL gamers, this will surely turn the heads of the most advanced Skins collectors. Letter of provenance from the family of Washington Redskins assistant trainer/equipment manager Fred Baxter. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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