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Hank Stram, born on January 3, 1923, in Chicago, Illinois, was a highly successful and innovative professional football coach. He is best known for his tenure as the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs (formerly the Dallas Texans) from 1960 to 1974. Stram’s coaching style was characterized by his meticulous preparation, attention to detail, and creative offensive strategies. He was a pioneer of the “moving pocket” and popularized the use of the “stack” formation on offense. Under Stram’s guidance, the Chiefs became a dominant team in the American Football League (AFL) and ultimately won Super Bowl IV in 1970, defeating the Minnesota Vikings.
This lot is a Hank Stram rookie football card #116 produced by Fleer in 1960.
If the title includes a reference to condition, it is based on the same standards of grading as the professional grading companies. If the condition is shown as a range, we are saying that, in our opinion, the card would receive a grade somewhere within that range.
This card has wear appropriate to its age. May have corner bumps, edge wear, scuffs, stains, or smudges. Please review the included photos of the actual item to make a complete determination of its condition.