1914 Cracker Jack Hick Cady #87 PSA Poor 1 - A Certified Rarity. On of the reasons the 1914 Cracker Jack series is so popular are names that are encountered far less often than most. Two famous names on that list are HoFer Christy Mathewson and Del Pratt of the St. Louis Browns. In the last decade another name has been whispered about that challenges the status of Pratt for the title of "Rarest Cracker Jack.". The rarity of Pratt is well documented but the Cracker Jack specialist has found Hick Cady to be just as elusive and based solely on census numbers Cady gets has a slightly greater claim to the title. Offered is an example that is graded PSA Poor 1. There are just sixteen total entries on the PSA census (including qualified grades) compared to seventeen for Pratt. Mathewson is represented with 24 total entries. Every set collector at some point hits a rarity wall. This is your chance to leap over one wall and come so very much closer to completing your set.

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