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    1914 Cracker Jack Nap Lajoie #66 PSA NM-MT 8 - Pop One, The Highest Graded Example! In our May 2015 Signature Catalog Auction, we offered a 1914 Cracker Jack of Lajoie that was advertised - "Only One Higher." Well, here it is! You'll certainly agree it certainly was well worth the wait. Lajoie is considered by many the best second basemen ever and his 1914 Cracker Jack card is one of his classiest looking and considerably more difficult to acquire cards. This wonderment displays no condition detriments, the ultra-critical will say the portrait is a little off center horizontally and that will be all she wrote. High grade cards like this come up very rarely and once in private hands will remain there for a long time. The ultimate card for the Cracker Jack or Lajoie specialist. Graded PSA NM-MT 8. Total graded by PSA: Forty-five. This is the highest graded example on the PSA census report!

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    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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