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Old 06-09-2019, 09:39 PM
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Wonder if Ted Z would know or have sheet scan
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Old 06-10-2019, 10:27 AM
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Unless the Papai was on the bottom row of the uncut sheet, wouldn't there be a card below it that also has part of the blue line?
There should be.
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Old 06-11-2019, 07:10 PM
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I will not be scanning all 36 pairs of cards in this set as the variation is the same on all 36 of the cards in series 6. These are the tow I have so far. Notice that the top version has the player name almost touching the position and team name and the logo is colliding with the word underneath it. On the bottom version, the name and logo are positioned properly so as to not collide and have a gap over the name and position.
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Old 06-12-2019, 08:49 AM
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Darn Thomas. I added the copyright and no copyright variants for my set but not this anomaly. On the other hand while I do almost any recurring variant for my Topps sets I have tried to stick to variants listed by SCD, Beckett and The Registry for my Bowman sets. You are messing that up.
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Old 06-12-2019, 10:27 AM
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It's hard to tell if that's a variation, or just bad registration.

Even for the era, that's pretty bad registration, especially for Bowman. Fixing registration is so easy I can't imagine they'd have just let it go as-is for any length of time. If it was Leaf that would be different.
It's interesting that it's not just scattered cards, and in no other series too. Overall, It's consistent enough that I think it is a variation.
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Old 06-12-2019, 06:04 PM
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Darn Thomas. I added the copyright and no copyright variants for my set but not this anomaly. On the other hand while I do almost any recurring variant for my Topps sets I have tried to stick to variants listed by SCD, Beckett and The Registry for my Bowman sets. You are messing that up.
Anything I can do to give you some new targets. They likely are not on Beckett or SCD's radar yet and the guy I got the Papai from called me with this latest news. I think I spent a little over $200 to get the 36 series 6 guys and there are (thankfully) no real stars at all in this series. I used COMC to find them as they show the backs and eBay may NOT always. Unfortunately (for me) some of the cards were Deans Cards and that teams txt I might get the shipment before I forget that I ordered them since they have to go from Cincinnati to WA and then to Springfield, OH. Lots of frequent traveler miles for them that way. Thankfully it is only money. right Al?
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Old 06-13-2019, 10:44 AM
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I might do better if I just saved money instead of buying cards
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Old 06-13-2019, 11:02 AM
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Searching the bay last night I realized my Luis Aloma was not a dirty/defective card but rather a normal one.
In the upper left border area, you can see a small part of the border missing as well as, what I thought, was something that got spilled on my card just going by the way the clouds/that area looks.

Searching now, I see the majority/all of these cards have the same print defect.

Mine has a small red print mark on the lower right corner which is also common but is not on all cards.
Nothing earth shattering, obviously, just something that surprised me is all.
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Dale-- irishhosta has been trying to sell that recurring print defect for $200 on eBay for some time. He usually has a lot of 52 variants listed for high prices, most of which can be found on eBay at regular prices if you look for them.
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Old 06-13-2019, 05:46 PM
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Dale-- irishhosta has been trying to sell that recurring print defect for $200 on eBay for some time. He usually has a lot of 52 variants listed for high prices, most of which can be found on eBay at regular prices if you look for them.
Which defect, Al? The missing border spot or the red mark in the lower right?

I've seen some of Irish Hosta's cards and always wondered if he was related to Dean?
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