A complete set cost 25 cents and two box tops back in 1915.
Those 102-year-old baseball cards are worth considerably more today and one of the true gems of the set is the image of Shoeless Joe Jackson, then in the glory of his prime with the Chicago White Sox.
One of a small number of high-grade examples will be up for grabs this spring through Heritage Auctions, which will offer a PSA 8 (NM/MT) in its May catalog auction.
One of 104 Jackson cards from the set that’s been authenticated by PSA, it’s one of just 19 graded 8 (two higher). Only one NM/MT example resides in SGC’s population report (four higher).
Heritage sold the same card last summer for $107,550.