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Old 11-09-2016, 07:02 PM
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From Willowgrove, who sent me an auction link.

Reulbach with the scratch up near the top.

Not great scans as they're from a lot and the original scan isn't all that big, but the important bit shows.

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Earlier in this thread a couple of board members posted up scans of two Hannifans (Piedmont 350) with lines on the backs.

I just noticed Frank B. posted this Demmitt on the BST with matching lines.

Below are one of the Hannifans & Frank's Demmitt.
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Old 12-30-2016, 09:28 AM
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The plate scratches seem to be taking on a life of their own!!
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Earlier in this thread a couple of board members posted up scans of two Hannifans (Piedmont 350) with lines on the backs.

I just noticed Frank B. posted this Demmitt on the BST with matching lines.

Below are one of the Hannifans & Frank's Demmitt.
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Earlier in this thread a couple of board members posted up scans of two Hannifans (Piedmont 350) with lines on the backs.

I just noticed Frank B. posted this Demmitt on the BST with matching lines.

Below are one of the Hannifans & Frank's Demmitt.
We can add Myers (fielding) with these lines.
Myers.jpgMyers Back 1.jpg

All three also have these marks.
Myers Back - Copy.jpg
Myers 1200 DPI - Copy (2).jpgMyers 1200 DPI - Copy.jpg

So we know these three were in the same sheet position on different sheets.
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Old 04-17-2017, 09:25 AM
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I found this new Kling scratch.
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This was a probable scratch based on a Mordecai Brown with the same scratch.
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There were two different existing matching scratches for Brown and Kling so
it was likely that this Kling existed.
Kling%20Back_1.jpg
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Sheet%20C-D%20Highlighted%20-%20Copy large.jpg
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For some reason there are very few scratches of certain subjects on this
sheet and kling is one of them. This is the first Kling with this scratch I have seen and I've
only seen one or two of the other two Kling scratches but I have several Brown's in my collection and I've seen quite a few others that have come up
for sale.
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Old 04-17-2017, 04:56 PM
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Nice find Pat and thank you for putting out this information!

I have a Kling PD 150 as well. When I get a minute, I'll take a look and see if mine has a scratch. I may have already looked for you earlier in this thread, but I'll check again.

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A bunch more
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Old 05-18-2017, 11:05 PM
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This card has probably been posted given the bold scratch, but just in case.
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