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    1940's Otto Graham Original Photograph Used on 1950 Bowman Rookie Card, PSA/DNA Type 1. The College and Pro Football Hall of Famer is one of the most decorated stars ever to wear a Browns uniform, his number "14" one of just five retired by the franchise. At the quarterback position, Otto Graham posted a career record of 114 wins, twenty losses and four ties, including a nine and three record in the playoffs. Six decades after his retirement, both the highest career winning percentage for QB (.814) and average yards per pass attempt (9) records belong to Graham.

    Offered here is an absolutely stunning sepia-toned photograph that was used for Graham's 1950 Bowman rookie card. Displaying perfect clarity and contrast, the 7.5x9.25" photo exhibits light to moderate wear throughout. Encapsulated by PSA/DNA, Type 1. Full LOA from PSA/DNA, Type 1.

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    February, 2020
    29th Saturday
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