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    1909-11 T206 Drum Peaches Graham (Boston) PSA Good 2. His nickname may call to mind the greatest batter of the T206 era, but Graham was no Georgia Cracker, born in Aledo, Illinois and never playing a professional game south of the Mason-Dixon line. But if his nickname remains one of baseball's myriad mysteries, the enormous appeal of this card is simple to ascertain.

    Though Graham was a was a career .265 hitter for whom extra-base hits were a rarity, this trading card earns the eyes of the advanced hobbyist through the coveted Drum advertising back, one of the very rarest of them all. Nearly 450 examples of this card appear in the PSA population, with this being one of only two to feature the elusive verso.

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    May, 2021
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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