Clean Sweep Auctions Item: 0000761676 -- Lot #11 1915 Cracker Jack # 103 Joe Jackson Cond: PSA AA

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Lot #11 1915 Cracker Jack # 103 Joe Jackson Cond: PSA AA

Item ID: 761676 INV ID: Watch Listing

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Current Time: 9/29/2022 1:30:33 AM EST
Listed: Wednesday September 7, 2022 12:45 PM EST
Ending: Wednesday October 12, 2022 11:00 PM EST
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Bid Information

Starting Bid: $5,000
Current Bid: $10,000 by
Next Bid: $11,000
Bid Increment: $1,000
Bids: 8 (History)
Reserve Status: This item has no Reserve.

 


Listing Details

One of the ultimate baseball cards, this is the key card to the legendary Cracker Jack baseball card set. Almost beyond iconic, even in the offered grade this would be a signature addition to almost any collection. The offered has been slabbed Authentic Altered by PSA, which is to say that it is an original card that has been altered in some way. For this card, it is clear that something has been to reinforce, repair or do something with a tear of some sort by the top border. Cleanly done, there is just a fine line visible on either side of the card, far away from the image of Joe Jackson and in no way detracting or distracting from the beauty of this card. The card otherwise has beautiful color and an absolutely perfect image. The borders are white, the corners come to points and the back is perfectly clean. There is no staining to speak of, the card displays beautifully. It is always an interesting question whether a card such as the offered lot should be comparable to or exceed in value a trashed, ugly or otherwise extremely problematic 1 or 2 graded example. As a note, a truly terrible condition 1 with a hole in the card brought $15,000 in May at auction. It will be up to our bidders to answer that question for this particular lot!

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