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Old 04-02-2017, 10:20 PM
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Most passengers are retired like we are and even older age wise ( one guy is 102).
I thought you said they were older.
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Bob must be lost or bored if he ended up in a variations thread
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Old 04-03-2017, 11:14 AM
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Liking the 63 offset error that was posted above.

As likely Ben's competition for offset errors (lol) I have several hundred and the extreme ones are always my favorites.

Here is a neat one I just picked up last week that is a double exposed George Burke Stamp. The first I have run across of these...
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Old 04-07-2017, 09:44 PM
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1968 Topps - [Base] #179 - Bill Stoneman
Courtesy of COMC.com

Red burlap at the bottom of this Stoneman; multiple copies on COMC this way, so pretty common.
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Old 04-08-2017, 02:42 PM
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It looks like PacMan ate part of the ball. I wonder how this happened.
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1968 Topps - [Base] #179 - Bill Stoneman
Courtesy of COMC.com

Red burlap at the bottom of this Stoneman; multiple copies on COMC this way, so pretty common.
I got one of the buybacks in this year's Heritage of this set and it has the red line on it also.
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Anyone here know what the hell this is?
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Looks like the sheet got snagged and ripped in the middle of the printing process.
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Except black is last, and the inside of the cardboard is usually dark like the back. A peel of the surface is possible, but would be pretty crazy. Usually the entire surfaced side pulls away. I'm thinking a solvent spill that eventually dried. That would keep the colors from printing, and mostly dried would give the fuzzy look to the black layer at that corner.

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