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    1909-11 T206 Drum Tris Speaker SGC PR 1 - Only Three SGC & PSA Graded Examples! The early sporting career of all-time great outfielder Tris Speaker was marked not by great baseball success but a football injury that almost cost him his left arm. He recovered, thankfully, to become one of the greatest hitters and fielders the game has ever known. His 725 career doubles is still the MLB benchmark, and he holds top ten positions in average, hits and triples. He was properly honored as a member of the Hall of Fame's inaugural induction class. His T206 debut remains one of the most sought-after rookie cards in pre-war baseball collecting.

    Graded SGC PR 1. This extremely rare Drum back is just one of three graded examples in existence. Pop two on the SGC census & pop one on the PSA census.


    More Information:

    The Northern Minnesota Fish House Tackle Box find

     

    All the cards were found in a fish house on the lake in tackle boxes stored in old fish lure and fishing reel boxes

     



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    December, 2019
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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