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Old 02-12-2018, 07:27 PM
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hmmm the color difference is interesting and maybe that last pass is what caused the less defined nature of the card on the right. Leon's examples have the clarity of the one on the left but the color of the one on the right.
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What do the backs look like? Are they the same color paper as the fronts? Many reprints print the old color of the original on the front of otherwise cleaner card stock and the back is lighter. Also look at the wear on the edges and see if it looks like old card stock or not.
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They are old stock for sure. I will post scans shortly. They also pass the smell test.......from being in a basement.
Some really nice things walked through his door the past year or so.
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Old 02-12-2018, 08:39 PM
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Here are the backs.

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Here are the backs.
Backs look good. The staining seems to mirror the staining on the fronts. I think they are legit, just in poor shape.
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