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Old 08-12-2017, 01:03 PM
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I would say one of those prices is abnormally high and the other abnormally low.
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Old 08-12-2017, 02:01 PM
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Well, the staining is there obviously, but the main thing I'm understanding is that in the past, the staining wasn't taken into account for the grades (as I'm guessing it's hard to get Cracker Jack's WITHOUT staining), while now they ARE taking stains into account.
The one that sold from LOTG was clearly cleaned of caramel stains. I think that played a role in the overall price.

As far as staining, yes it is impossible to get a 1914 CJ without staining unless it was snuck out the back door. All 14's were inserted inside the box.
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The one that sold from LOTG was clearly cleaned of caramel stains. I think that played a role in the overall price.

As far as staining, yes it is impossible to get a 1914 CJ without staining unless it was snuck out the back door. All 14's were inserted inside the box.
1914 CJ Factory Sets are rare but they do exist.
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Old 08-14-2017, 03:01 PM
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1914 CJ Factory Sets are rare but they do exist.

Agreed but I don't believe there is any factory sets that have rounded corners and would only receive a 2 or 3 grade. They're all 8-10's. I could be wrong and someone please correct me if I am.
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