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Old 08-27-2002, 10:27 AM
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Default which is more scarce t206 or m-116

Posted By: tom mcconnell

im collecting detroit cards which set would be the hardest in hight grade

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...but I see far fewer M-116's out there. I would think T206's are much more common/numerous.

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Old 08-27-2002, 12:37 PM
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Default which is more scarce t206 or m-116

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for educational purposes would be...Which ones are more likely to be trimmed, t206s or m116s?

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Posted By: David

I would think that the M116s are most easily, thus perhaps most commonly, trimmed. The T206s have a funky stock that I think would be hard to trim deceptively-- as BcD put so well, the experienced eye is the best judge of trimming.

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Default which is more scarce t206 or m-116

Posted By: jay behrens

m116s have a very wide size variance, thus, trimming them down to the 'small' size is not uncommon. There are oversized t206s, but not percentage that you find in the m116s

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