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    1930's R184-2 "Indian Chiefs" Complete Set (24) - #1 on the PSA Set Registry! This presentation ranks #1 on the "All Time Finest" list on the PSA Set Registry with an 8.8 GPA (10.0 weighted GPA). Issued in strips, this 24-card series was one of the numerous sets circulated during the late-1930's early 1940's in this format. Overall, there doesn't seem to be any sign the cards were ever touched by human hands. Practically uncirculated. Includes: Graded - PSA Mint 9: 21 cards, #'s 101 Little Crow, 102 Red Cloud, 103 Little Wolf, 104 Magpie, 106 Ten Bears, 107 Black Beaver, 108 Lone Wolf, 109 Big Tree, 110 Sitting Bear, 111 Kicking Bird, 113 Quanah Parker, 114 Old Bull, 115 Little Big Man, 116 Young Man Afraid Of His Horses, 117 Two Moons, 118 Sitting Bull, 119 Chief Gall, 121 Crow King, 122 White Man Runs Him, 123 American Horse and 124 High Bear; PSA NM-MT+ 8.5: 1 card, #120 Low Dog; PSA NM-MT 8: 1 card, #112 White Horse; PSA NM 7: 1 card, #105 White Bear.

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    April, 2019
    18th-19th Thursday-Friday
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