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Postby dwknowles » September 4th, 2006, 12:20 am

At a local Flea market I found a Draper Maynard Nelson Potter DG 923. I am wondering if it is a youth model because it is pretty small, but I also am not sold on that because I know a lot of that era were pretty small. Plus this is my First D&M so I am not sure how big they usually made their gloves. Pretty good shape overall, but the cloth piping is worn through in most spots. Very little silver might still be in his name but that could just be the conditioner shining in the lights right now.
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how does your hand fit

Postby softball66 » September 4th, 2006, 8:44 am

fitting your hand into the glove comfortably is the tip off, no matter what era the glove is from. If your adult hand can wriggle around, it's gonna be an adult size glove. Most signature gloves were big to small youth size.
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