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Old 12-08-2022, 08:56 AM
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Default Cracker Jack poster from awhile back

This was bought by me from someone on here that had made them to the original size and spec of the original poster and I just had it framed. Iíll never be able to own the original but this beauty will hang on my wall for a very long timeÖ.
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Old 12-08-2022, 09:17 AM
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Beautiful. I like how they put Tinker and his magical haircut in the center too.
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Old 12-08-2022, 09:32 AM
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Love it

Looks great
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Old 12-08-2022, 02:28 PM
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That would look nice next to my CJ shipping carton panel!
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Old 12-08-2022, 06:20 PM
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That would look nice next to my CJ shipping carton panel!
Oh wow can I get that for my shipping crate?
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Old 12-09-2022, 05:19 AM
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Default Cards from an original Cracker Jack Display

I have posted these before and am not sure how they made their way up to Canada but these are cool pieces of hobby history.
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Old 12-09-2022, 05:52 AM
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I've been collecting Cracker Jack related memorabilia from the card insertion era for some time now. Here are a few of my favorites.













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Old 12-09-2022, 06:18 AM
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Tony was waiting for these images to be posted, never get tired of seeing them
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Old 12-09-2022, 07:58 AM
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Default Cracker Jack Poster

That poster is beautiful! Looks great in the black frame too. Does anybody remember who made these or where I might could get one for myself? (I checked with the op, but itís been awhile and couldnít recall).
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Default CJ Poster

Mike Q - You need a Tinker cut from the poster.
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I've been collecting Cracker Jack related memorabilia from the card insertion era for some time now. Here are a few of my favorites.













Absolutely spectacular Tony, hope all is well...
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Thanks for posting. Great stuff. Cracker Jacks are one of my favorites even though I don't currently own any.
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That poster is beautiful! Looks great in the black frame too. Does anybody remember who made these or where I might could get one for myself? (I checked with the op, but itís been awhile and couldnít recall).
Check eBay. I have seen them there in the past.
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Check eBay. I have seen them there in the past.
I just checked eBay. There doesn't seem to be any available right now.
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Old 12-10-2022, 08:21 AM
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Thank you. I checked too. Looks like just the smaller, cheaper cardboard stand ups folks sell. Was more interested in the larger poster type originally posted above. Kind of surprised nobody sells these. Seems like they would be pretty popular.
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Thank you. I checked too. Looks like just the smaller, cheaper cardboard stand ups folks sell. Was more interested in the larger poster type originally posted above. Kind of surprised nobody sells these. Seems like they would be pretty popular.
I just canít remember who custom made these, but they were custom done and the back was done to replicate the original as wellÖ
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Absolutely spectacular Tony, hope all is well...
Hi Greg. All is well my friend. I hope things are great on your end too.

A couple more neat CJ pics.





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Great looking poster reproduction in the OP, Greg.

Similar to Jay, Tony, I also enjoy seeing your Cracker Jack ephemera. Here's a fun twist to your rppc with the children (couldn't help imagining what if the kid got lucky)


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This was bought by me from someone on here that had made them to the original size and spec of the original poster and I just had it framed. Iíll never be able to own the original but this beauty will hang on my wall for a very long timeÖ.
Greg,
I bought mine in 2014 from member HoggZilla. He was the one who pieced together what the poster looked like.

Doesnít look like heís been around since then.

He did two versions. One with Collins, and one with Baker.
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Heck yeah! Thatís awesome!
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Chuck thats awesome. Nicely done my friend!
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Oh wow can I get that for my shipping crate?
Amazing stuff. Is that an original CJ box inside the crate from this time period?
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So never got around to posting this but reading this thread on a rainy afternoon in New England got me off my butt to take a pic and share. Itís the complete 15 CJ set matted and framed (yes they are original). Why, you ask, would anyone do that? Well hereís the story.

Picked this up from a guy in New Hampshire who owned a sportscard shop near Mount Washington in the 1980s glory days. He told me in the late 80s an older gentleman walked into his shop with a shoebox from his father holding a complete CJ set, the catch being his father had trimmed off the white borders of each and every card! Even in the 80s they had some value and the owner of the shop bought them for a price he did not disclose to me (couldnít have been too much in that condition, in the 80s). The card shop owner decided to mount, mat, and frame the set for his man cave where they were for decades until I purchased a few years ago.

If you look at the pics, over the years as players were traded or changed teams, the young boy crossed out team names and wrote their new teams in pencil. He took his set seriously! I could probably remove the cards without to much damage but the whole thing has its own story now so I leave it intact. I absolutely love it. Throw in the cool repro ad above it and itís a real head turner. Just wanted to share in the context of this thread.





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piecesofthegame, Thats an amazing story and amazing piece of memorabilia. Youre lucky to own such a great piece of card collecting history like that. Such a neat display.
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Thatís great!!
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That's an awesome display
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Just stumbled across this cool Postcard from 1907. Cracker Jack Bears in period uniforms, complete with Pillbox Hats. Might be a nice piece for one of you CJ Guys to tie-in with your collections...

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Buy me some Peanuts and Cracker Jackís!⚾️
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