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Old 01-25-2016, 06:05 PM
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Alan Zimmerman
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Hey guys (especially Noel),
What RayJ said echoes what I have heard re: the monte cudine cards, and I think that is what I was alluding to in my earlier post but I just couldn't say it right. Thanks RayJ for the education. I appreciate the time you took to post on the subject and in my mind these cards are still pretty cool. If you look on mercado libre and some of the other foreign auction sites, you can find pictures of the advertisements and pictures of the discs in huge piles of a hundred or more. It always seemed odd to me that cards supposedly from the 40s and 50s and produced in such a humid climate existed in such quantities but given what we have just learned, it makes sense now. Anyway, for me it doesn't take away from the cards except that they aren't "rookies" anymore.
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