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    1915 Cracker Jack Joe Jackson #103 PSA NM 7. It was 1915, the year that this gorgeous card rolled off the assembly line, that saw one the game's greatest hitters ever, traded from Cleveland to Charles Comiskey's Chicago squad. A bitter pill for Cleveland fans as Jackson was batting a robust .327 when traded and averaged .371 in the five years he spent playing for the tribe. Very few players truly transcend the game. Immortalized here is the legend of Joe Jackson. Here he still wears the cap of Cleveland, his trusty Black Betsy gripped tightly in his calloused farm boy hands, emblazoned against the scarlet background of this beautiful issue.

    This card is one of the most aesthetically pleasing baseball cards of all time. In close review one find just very light corner tip wear. Colors are bright and saturated. the classic portrait is centered very nicely leaving an almost even border of clean bright white surface. The reverse is as clean as the front. Graded PSA NM 7. Physical quality and visual display are impressive.


    Guide Value or Estimate: $30,000 - up.

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