Please Help With Grading & Valuing A Cool Baseball Card Find
Not too long ago, I went to preview a local auction and found myself fumbling around through a collection of old postcard albums. Tucked away in the back of an album was an old baseball card. I couldn't believe it. A 1915 Cracker Jack baseball card. I wasn't able to attend the auction the next day, so I had to leave an absentee bid. Luckily, no one saw the card and I won the lot!
Any idea what the card may grade? The corners are fairly sharp, no crease or bends. There is some staining on edge from moisture? It's aged but appears to be a solid card. It's been years since I collected cards: late '80's to early '90's and never got back into the hobby seriously.
Here are pictures of the album, some pages, and how I found the card in back of album. Too bad it wasn't a Shoeless Joe Jackson but was happy just the same! Neat Wrigley Field postcards & Toledo Park presumably old Toledo Mud Hens field. Some other neat cards.