Gus Bell Draper-Maynard Glove Wallet
Gus Bell Draper-Maynard Glove Wallet
Gus Bell Draper-Maynard Glove Wallet
Gus Bell Draper-Maynard Glove Wallet
Gus Bell Draper-Maynard Glove Wallet
Gus Bell Draper-Maynard Glove Wallet
Gus Bell Draper-Maynard Glove Wallet
Gus Bell Draper-Maynard Glove Wallet
Gus Bell Draper-Maynard Glove Wallet
Gus Bell Draper-Maynard Glove Wallet

Gus Bell Draper-Maynard Glove Wallet

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Given the history of this glove wallet, it is in amazing condition for leather 85 years old or older. This glove looks pristine from the parts we were able to salvage. Unfortunately, the glove had serious damage to other parts of the glove. This wallet seemed to come together just right to give us the opportunity to make a useful piece of baseball history that will live on way past my lifetime... Don't miss this opportunity...

Draper-Maynard was located in New Hampshire and was famously linked to Babe Ruth. Draper-Maynard closed in 1937.

David Russell "Gus" Bell Jr. (November 15, 1928 – May 7, 1995) was an American outfielder in Major League Baseball from 1950 through 1964, who played with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets and Milwaukee Braves. He batted left-handed and threw right-handed, stood 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m) tall and weighed 195 pounds (88 kg). In his 15-year MLB career, Bell was a .281 hitter with 1,823 hits, 311 doubles, 66 triples, 206 home runs and 942 runs batted in in 1,741 games played. He was a four-time National League All-Star. Defensively, he recorded a career .985 fielding percentage playing at all three outfield positions. He was nicknamed "Gus" as a youngster because he was a fan of longtime MLB player Gus Mancuso.

 

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