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The Boston Cracker Jack Collection

1914 and 1915 Collection with Honus Wagner, Johnson, Mathewson & Pratt

  • December 08, 2016
  • Leighton Sheldon

During the summer months of 1914 and 1915, a young, teenage boy from Massachusetts named George, who later went by the nickname "Mutt," would go to baseball games in Boston.  George would save whatever money he could muster to attend the games, buy Cracker Jacks and he would also pick up and search the empty boxes in quest of the premiums of the era.  No, not the decoder rings, the rub-on-tattoos or the dog whistles many of us would find in the Cracker Jack boxes of our youth, George was in search

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The National Sports Collectors Convention in Cleveland, OH

  • July 23, 2014
  • Leighton Sheldon

The Million Dollar Purchase Lots of things are worth a million bucks -- homes, yachts and even exotic cars. But what about baseball cards and sports memorabilia? What could possibly be worth a million bucks? Well, we've made a list of a few items that are worth a $1,000,000.00 to us, and we're willing to put our money on the table to buy them. That's right, show up to our booth at The National with any of the items listed below and you can become a millionaire. So, start digging through your old collections, raid your grandfathers' attic, and ask

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1915 Cracker Jack Shoeless Joe Jackson

  • July 22, 2014
  • Leighton Sheldon

 Shoeless Joe Jackson 1915 Cracker Jack It has been nearly 100 years since the infamous “Black Sox” Scandal, so I'm not ever sure if people care about it anymore. I mean, we all acknowledge the fact that it happened, but do we care as much about that as we do about Barry Bonds or Alex Rodriguez and their alleged damage to the integrity of the game? I think not. Probably because we didn't live through it that it doesn't impact us as much and it’s

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