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#1986982 - 05/26/09 06:46 PM Re: Submission FAQs [Re: yankeeno7]
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Hi Barry,

You are welcome to visit our offices to have the card graded while you wait. All we ask is for a 24 hour notice so that we know when to expect you.

Thanks,

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#1986983 - 05/26/09 06:48 PM Re: Submission FAQs [Re: Brian]
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+1 for Brain (rubeism) being on the ball again.

Edited by meatheadjerry (05/26/09 06:49 PM)

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#1986986 - 05/26/09 07:16 PM Re: Submission FAQs [Re: meatheadjerry]
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Brian (Brain) is the Wizard of Oz. Ask any question and he immediately booms out the answer!

Barry is Dorothy and he is off to see the wizard.

His newly found treasure is Toto, which will be at Barry's side for the entire journey.

Somewhere over the rainbow, Barry meets up with the Tin Man, Scarecrow and Cowardly Lion who join up once reaching SGC.

The wicked witch of the West is Carol at PSA.

....dang, this is easy.
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#1986987 - 05/26/09 07:17 PM Re: Submission FAQs [Re: bbo]
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Should I dress in a skirt? LOL

Thanks Brian, I will definately do that.

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#1986988 - 05/26/09 10:07 PM Re: Submission FAQs [Re: yankeeno7]
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Barry, is it a 1914 or 1915 Cracker Jack Jackson? If it is a 1915, I would wait until you see it in hand before making plans. At that time, if you think it will only get an Authentic or SGC 10 grade I would mail it to SGC. The SMR value is $730 for a PSA 1, so it probably would not be in your best interests to spend $75 or $200 on grading fees plus gas money. You could have it graded for $25 via the Grand Slam 5-day service. However, if you think it has a realistic shot at a higher grade or is a 1914 CJ; then I might drive it to SGC. I hope it turns out to be the real deal.


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#1986990 - 05/26/09 11:10 PM Re: Submission FAQs [Re: mattbojo]
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Matt
I'll have to check on that. Now I'll need some education here. What are the differences between the 1914 and 1915?
I've seen some cracker jacks in person. It's been a while though. Im not too knowledgable about the differences.

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#1986991 - 05/26/09 11:40 PM Re: Submission FAQs [Re: yankeeno7]
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Actually, I found the information. 1914 is much thinner stock cardboard. I agree, if its the 1915, no need to drive down to NJ. From photos, its pretty easy to tell which are 1914's and which are 1915. I guess I'll find out Saturday!
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#1986992 - 05/27/09 07:16 AM Re: Submission FAQs [Re: yankeeno7]
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Barry,

1914 Cracker Jacks will say Series of 144 on the back; 1915s will say Series of 176. Also, the 1915 CJ backs are printed upside down.

Brian
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#1986994 - 05/27/09 07:51 AM Re: Submission FAQs [Re: Brian]
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Best of luck to you guys with this card, Yankee .
I like the idea of drilling the hole through the slab and wearing it to the national, LMGDAO, that is too funny !!
But brilliant !
From now on I shall call you Kid Candalance.
Well, maybe I won't address you in that way from now on , maybe just this time or every other time you come up with such a bright idea \:\)

You're almost as bright as I am \:\)
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#1987001 - 05/27/09 11:38 AM Re: Submission FAQs [Re: TNTonPMS]
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Great info Brian! Thanks!
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