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Old 10-10-2018, 08:32 PM
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Three scarcer backs:
Between the two of us, we have the start/making of a decent back run...
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Old 10-11-2018, 11:39 AM
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Three scarcer backs:
Those are three very nice and scarce cards.
I have a ways to go but I am happy with my start

Thanks for sharing

Do you have a LINK or somewhere we can see your complete collection?
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The Story of Joe Jackson is Cool!


So Devious :}


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Old 10-12-2018, 06:19 PM
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So Devious :}


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Old 12-03-2018, 08:09 PM
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Default Would anyone like to trade/buy my 1917 Boston store Joe jackson

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I am looking to get an early Babe ruth.
Would anyone like to buy my 1917 Boston Store SGC 70 Joe Jackson or trade for it? Ideally for an early Ruth but will consider other offers
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Old 12-04-2018, 08:57 AM
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I am looking to get an early Babe ruth.
Would anyone like to buy my 1917 Boston Store SGC 70 Joe Jackson or trade for it? Ideally for an early Ruth but will consider other offers

Let’s see it first
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Old 12-04-2018, 11:20 AM
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See if we can name all of them. I only recognize two (pathetic, I know!). Walter Johnson, second from the left. And that old familiar scowl of Cobb third from the right (back row). Is that Cy Young next to him on his right?
That looks like Hughie Jennings next to WaJo, and Tris Speaker seated between the top and bottom rows.
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Old 12-04-2018, 02:09 PM
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Hi,

I do not have the photo’s on me to post at the moment but they are in this thread

AND if you click on this LINK you can find my collection

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Old 12-04-2018, 05:14 PM
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Old 12-04-2018, 05:38 PM
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Ideally it would be part of a trade for an early Babe ruth.
But I would sell to flip that to buy an early Babe ruth.
Anyone interested can message me

Thanks
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Old 12-05-2018, 12:19 PM
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Here is my cup of tea as it relates to Joe Jackson memorabilia. It satisfies my photo and card lust and is insanely rare. It is a Type 1 Charles Conlon photo used for his playing days w514 baseball card. It is an amazing piece and one of the very best known original Type 1 photos of Joe Jackson.
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Old 12-05-2018, 01:01 PM
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Here is my cup of tea as it relates to Joe Jackson memorabilia. It satisfies my photo and card lust and is insanely rare. It is a Type 1 Charles Conlon photo used for his playing days w514 baseball card. It is an amazing piece and one of the very best known original Type 1 photos of Joe Jackson.
yeah - that doesn't suck
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Great photo of Joe. Always enjoy seeing the ones used to make cards even though I don't collect them any longer. My budget just couldn't be stretched further than the card habit in the long run.

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Great photo of Joe. Always enjoy seeing the ones used to make cards even though I don't collect them any longer. My budget just couldn't be stretched further than the card habit in the long run.
Understand... I started collecting photos because my budget at the time couldn’t even support pr/f graded cards i wanted. Here is another cool JJ in my collection from 1919 used for an important piece of memorabilia(notebook). It was shot by another legendary lensman, Paul Thompson.
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Old 12-10-2018, 11:19 PM
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Here is my cup of tea as it relates to Joe Jackson memorabilia. It satisfies my photo and card lust and is insanely rare. It is a Type 1 Charles Conlon photo used for his playing days w514 baseball card. It is an amazing piece and one of the very best known original Type 1 photos of Joe Jackson.
Why should I not be surprised you snatched that one up Ben. A sensational Joe Jax image that found its rightful home!

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Old 12-14-2018, 05:34 PM
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Default Regarding Ruth For jackson

Hi

I enjoy my Jackson collection but would consider moving my 1917 Boston Store and/or my 1914 CJ Joe Jackson for an early Babe Ruth or higher end Joe Jackson

If interested reach out direct thru Net54

If not I will just hold on and enjoy

Lastly thanks for everyone sharing there posts, photo’s and knowledge

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Old 12-22-2018, 11:17 AM
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Default Boston Store Joe Jackson Still available but CJ no longer

Hi

The Crack Jack Joe Jackson is no longer available as it is changes homes shortly

However, the 1917 Boston Store joe Jackson is still available for purchase or purchase/trade

You can reach me at kuhr@mac.com

Thanks

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I have often wondered about the extreme value of Joe Jackson cards. If there had been no Black Sox and Jackson had kept playing, one could reasonably assume he had 5-8 years left in his career at some fair high value. He probably gets 3000 hits (although not a lock, since he was 33 in 1920, which is not that young). He hits into the live ball era, which might morph his stats a little. My guess is that when all is said and done, he probably has numbers that look similar to Tris Speaker's, with a few more triples and a few less doubles. While Speaker cards are not dirt cheap, they certainly don't command Joe Jackson value, or even close. Is that about what we would expect for Jackson if he had a normal end to his career?
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Imagine if Cobb and Speakers bans held up too? Cobbs cards are already at the height of the hobby. But tack on a ban too and what would the cost be for a Green Portrait?
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Lot’s of Great info on this thread thanks
And thanks to all I sold/traded my 1914 CJ and my 1917 Boston Store Joe Jackson and got my 1921 e121 SGC 60 I have been trying to get

I am now in the hunt for a 1915 Boston Redsox Team photo postcard with Babe Ruth, a Boston Redsox Babe Ruth(ideally a 1916), and or a 1909 PSA 2 or higher Joe Jackson
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Still Got the Pinkerton T5 SGC 45. It is the primary in my collection and I am enjoying it unless some blows me away with an offer or is used as part of a trade for a quality card
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