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Old 11-26-2017, 09:45 PM
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Default Signed 1914 Cracker Jack Population...

Besides the one (Hofman) that sold last night in LOTG Auctions and the Marquard T206collector owns...does anyone know if thereís anymore out there?
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There are several I believe

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Old 11-26-2017, 10:59 PM
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I saw a signed 1915 lajoie at the Strongsville show 2 years ago
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I don't know a thing about signed '14 CJ's...but my educated guess is, even though '14's are pretty rare apparently, that there's a decent number of signed examples that exist.

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PSA/DNA has 1 1914 Signed CJ (Hofman) and 3 1915 Signed CJ (Hofman, Wood, and Roush) listed on their pop report. I’m going to go out on a limb and say less than 10 total 14s signed and less than 20 total 15s signed. And, I would guess, most of those would be Marquard, Wood, Hooper, and Roush.

Would love to see that Lajoie. Do you recall who, if any, it was graded by?

Here’s my Marquard...

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My sense is that if prices go up the population will grow.
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My sense is that if prices go up the population will grow.
Well, Iím in at $2,000+ for any signed CJ Ď14 or Ď15 in Good condition or higher, authenticated by JSA, PSA, SGC, or Beckett. Let the flood gates open!
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I too would love to see that Lajoie.
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My sense is that if prices go up the population will grow.
Methinks, one way or another
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Iíve heard there is a 1914 Joe Wood but havenít seen it.
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