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    1958 Topps Jim Brown #62 PSA NM-MT 8. Football fans that collect rookie cards of Hall of Famers have no shortage of choices from the Topps sets of the 1950's. While 1957 offers a trio of rookie cards of legendary quarter backs it is the rookie card of the greatest NFL running back to ever don shoulder pads from 1958 that is equally as coveted. Jim Brown was fresh out of Syracuse University when this introduction to young gridiron fans first appeared. The now classic portrait features Brown in the Cleveland uniform he would wear for the entire length of his storied career.

    Graded PSA NM-MT 8. A key entry worthy of being the foundation upon which any serious football collection can be built. This card offers a fantastic compliment of colors and border quality. Centering rests a modest percentage away from perfection. Colors, gloss and corners are all high quality as to be expected. The four borders are flawless with a radiant white.

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