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    1915 Cracker Jack Chief Bender #19 PSA NM-MT 8. The Bender story is really one of the least appreciated in baseball lore -- somehow this great talent, one of the finest pitchers of the Dead Ball era, has flown under the radar while others of lesser talent have garnered more attention. We intend to change that with this truly remarkable card dating from the Championship Philadelphia Athletics star's defection to the upstart Federal League. This brightly hued collectible most likely derived from one of Cracker Jack's cherished "factory sets"-offers incomparable projection of color surrounded by a close to perfectly framed illustration. Corner quality cannot be overemphasized as all four corners are razor sharp. Graded PSA NM-MT 8, one of fifteen at the NM-MT level with only two grading higher.

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