Graded VG 3 by PSA. One of only three examples graded at this level by PSA with just two higher! Outstanding E106 example of Hall of Famer Joe Tinker (batting pose). The exceptionally rare 1915 E106 American Caramel issue shares designs with several other closely related candy issues (Croft's Candy, Nadja Caramels, Dockman & Sons, etc.) from the same era. These cards have glossy surfaces, which are very susceptible to cracking. This example displays even wear to the corners, a bold red background, near-perfect registration, and excellent centering. A crease in the lower right accounts for the assigned grade. The back is lightly soiled, with bold text. Caramel cards in general are much rarer than tobacco cards of the era. Because they were issued with caramels, one card per package, and sold to children (as opposed to being sold to adults with tobacco), they also tend to survive in a much lower grade. In addition to being issued a few years later than most caramel cards, E106 American Caramel Company cards are considerably rarer than most traditional "E" cards. This is an exceptional example of Hall of Famer Joe Tinker from this extremely rare, early twentieth-century candy issue. Reserve $200. Estimate (open).