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    1915 Cracker Jack Charles Comiskey #23 SGC 84 NM 7. Comiskey's own greed is considered to have been the real motivation for the "Black Sox" selling out to gamblers in 1919. When it was revealed that the players threw the Series for $10,000 because Comiskey had underpaid them for years, his sterling reputation was tarnished. There is nothing tarnished about this card. Deep, rich colors are set off by the clean and very even frame. Graded SGC 84 NM 7. This is the only card rated 84 NM 7 by SGC, there are a handful rated higher.

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