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    1909-11 T206 Drum Chief Meyers (Batting) SGC Good 2 - The Only SGC & PSA Graded Example! Chief Meyers was a member of the Cahuilla tribe who attended Dartmouth College. A media favorite who toured art museums, Meyers even became part of the vaudeville circuit and served with the United States Marines in World War I. Offered is most likely the rarest T206 card to feature the "Batting" pose of the man they called "Chief." The reverse displays a "Drum Cigarettes" ad which is currently the only confirmed example with a Drum reverse! Graded SGC Good 2. The only card graded by SGC, none are noted 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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