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Old 08-28-2016, 09:24 PM
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Yeah, but you don't know who any of them were, unless you could identify them by the fingerprint on the 1972 card earlier in the thread. ;-)
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Old 08-28-2016, 09:45 PM
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Would be great to run that fingerprint through the NSA database and see who shows up,

There is Topps set that pictures a bunch of it's staff and workers...from the 70s I think
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Old 09-12-2016, 11:26 AM
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Default 1968 Topps 154 Gibson

It typically seems harder to spot print variations on HOFer cards as most collectors do not have as many duplicate copies of HOFer cards as they might have with commons....here is a recurring white print mark on the front of this 68 Gibson WS card
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Old 09-13-2016, 11:03 AM
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Good one Larry
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Good one Larry
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Old 09-13-2016, 11:35 AM
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The lovely thing about collecting print freaks is that most dealers classify them as junk. I picked these out of junk boxes at the National:


I love drastic miscuts and if I found a Yount cut that bad in a junk box it would have made my day.
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Default Love your phrase "Drastic Miscuts"...

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I love drastic miscuts and if I found a Yount cut that bad in a junk box it would have made my day.


..this is a 1954 Topps Brooklyn Dodgers hurling ace Clem Labine ; despite being off-centered and with a 'drastic' diamond miscut , there is a distinct red-orange added color to the left side of the bottom where the white border should be. The surface is mint 9. Despite all its problems it still was graded ''Excellent : SGC 60". I've heard that there are people who actually look for and collect cards like this .

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Good one Mike. It is scarce but seems to be recurring. Found a couple on ebay with same defect
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There is already one variation regarding 1972 card #619 Rich McKinney, where a small vertical blue line crosses the top right border, but there's also another one.

If you look at the orangey area between the 'Y' and 'A' in "YANKEES,' there is an errant blotch of yellow appearing there on a good number of these cards. And it's coupled with a yellow 'teardrop' which seemingly emanates from his right eye.

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Knew I had the blue bar version so assumed I needed the blotch/tear version, but turned out that was my "regular" card. So now I need a normal card

It is interesting how many cards there are in this thread with more than one recurring print oddity on different cards
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