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    1952 Bowman Large Tom Landry #142 PSA Gem Mint 10. He's immortalized in Canton bronze for his stewardship of the Dallas Cowboys throughout their first twenty-nine seasons of existence, but we find the iconic head coach inside the sidelines here, representing a New York Giants team that would prove to be one of the 'boys most hated rivals. Landry shared the same hallowed ground as Mickey Mantle, playing six seasons of home games at Yankee Stadium as the Giants' leading punter and a cornerback who recorded thirty-two interceptions in only eighty games.

    Offered is a simply gorgeous high-grade example from the 1952 Bowman Large issue. This card presents spectacular color, virtually untouched corners, close to perfect centering and a pair of clean surfaces. Graded PSA Gem MT 10. This is currently one of only two cards to earn the Gem Mint 10 rating!

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    February, 2019
    23rd-24th Saturday-Sunday
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