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mrreality68 05-26-2018 08:20 PM

Shoeless Joe Jackson
 
Hello everyone

I tried looking on eBay and auction sites, PSA and google search but with over 40 cards of Joe Jackson I cannot find anything that ranks them in rarity and value

3 questions

1. How rare is the 1917 Boston Store Joe Jackson and what are they worth ie Grade 3, 5, 7
2. What are the Top 10 Joe Jackson Cards by value to collect
3 are his original photo’s any value

Joshwesley 05-26-2018 09:15 PM

Top 10 imo

1. T-217 (or whatever it’s called) the one with him Wearing the pea coat.

2. Has to be the Cracker Jack, right?

3. One of the M-101’s with a rare back

4. The strip card in my avatar ?

5. The poker cards with JJ on them?

Any JJ type 1 photo has significant value.
Individual or with his team.

pokerplyr80 05-26-2018 11:37 PM

T210 is #1 and the e90-1 is also up there, probably just ahead of the cj.

aloondilana 05-27-2018 12:25 AM

Boston Store
 
There are a total of 11 of them in PSA and SGC POP Reports.
Take into consideration a cross here and there.
There may be less than 10 in the world.

:)

Vintageclout 05-27-2018 12:59 AM

Joe Jackson
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by mrreality68 (Post 1780839)
Hello everyone

I tried looking on eBay and auction sites, PSA and google search but with over 40 cards of Joe Jackson I cannot find anything that ranks them in rarity and value

3 questions

1. How rare is the 1917 Boston Store Joe Jackson and what are they worth ie Grade 3, 5, 7
2. What are the Top 10 Joe Jackson Cards by value to collect
3 are his original photo’s any value

Assuming the same grade, here are Jackson’s Top 10 Cards by value. Note that the Texas Tommy issues are near impossible to find with only a few known to exist. The 1916 M101-4/M101-5 issues include some very scarce ad backs that might realize significant pricing premiums vs. the standard M101-4/M101-5 subjects. I have excluded the extremely rare 1917-‘20 M101-6 Felix Mendelsohn Jackson from the list for which I have only seen a single example.

1. 1910 T210 Old Mill
2. 1914 Boston Garter
3. 1914 Texas Tommy (Type 1 & 2) Extremely Rare
4. 1909 E90-1 American Caramel Rookie
5. 1914 Cracker Jack
6. 1920 Holsum Bread (his last card)
7. 1917 Boston Store/Collins McCarthy
8. 1915 Cracker Jack
9. 1916 M101-4/M101-5 Issues (Various Ad Backs)
10. 1919 W514 Strip Card

Leon 05-27-2018 08:26 AM

Nice list. No T5 Pinkerton Joe?

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vintageclout (Post 1780917)
Assuming the same grade, here are Jackson’s Top 10 Cards by value. Note that the Texas Tommy issues are near impossible to find with only a few known to exist. The 1916 M101-4/M101-5 issues include some very scarce ad backs that might realize significant pricing premiums vs. the standard M101-4/M101-5 subjects. I have excluded the extremely rare 1917-‘20 M101-6 Felix Mendelsohn Jackson from the list for which I have only seen a single example.

1. 1910 T210 Old Mill
2. 1914 Boston Garter
3. 1914 Texas Tommy (Type 1 & 2) Extremely Rare
4. 1909 E90-1 American Caramel Rookie
5. 1914 Cracker Jack
6. 1920 Holsum Bread (his last card)
7. 1917 Boston Store/Collins McCarthy
8. 1915 Cracker Jack
9. 1916 M101-4/M101-5 Issues (Various Ad Backs)
10. 1919 W514 Strip Card


Vintageclout 05-27-2018 09:11 AM

Joe Jax
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Leon (Post 1780941)
Nice list. No T5 Pinkerton Joe?

Oops....You got me Leon! Forgot about the T5 (I knew I would inadvertently leave one big card off the list). Value wise, the T5 Jackson should probably be placed at #4, directly between the Texas Tommy and the E90-1 Rookie. This would push the 1919 W514 off the top 10 list. Thx Leon for the “heads up”!

Joe T.

mrreality68 05-27-2018 09:20 AM

Thanks
 
Thanks to all of you. This is very good info. I knew some of it but not all and the list and the order is helpful
I am have E90-01, a 1917 Boston store and 1916 M101-5 and trying to expand my collection. I also have an original photo from early in his career

pawpawdiv9 05-27-2018 10:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mrreality68 (Post 1780951)
Thanks to all of you. This is very good info. I knew some of it but not all and the list and the order is helpful
I am have E90-01, a 1917 Boston store and 1916 M101-5 and trying to expand my collection. I also have an original photo from early in his career

Pictures are welcomed :D

TUM301 05-27-2018 10:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pawpawdiv9 (Post 1780965)
Pictures are welcomed :D

I`ll 2`nd that, let`s see those bad boys !


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