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Old 09-29-2017, 08:26 AM
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Default Remar reprints?

Hello all, posting this in the right forum this time.

I happened to come across these Remar "proof" sheets in an online auction (which I won) and thought they were kinda cool. I wasn't too concerned about the value (I didn't pay a lot) but if I can make a buck, I'd do so to fund completing my 64 Topps set. Does anyone know much about these? I suspect they're not vintage but created after 1970 (I've found a couple references to Renata Galasso perhaps?) but haven't found much in on the internet about them or the history behind them, how scarce? Any help or knowledge dump would be appreciated.

Craig
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Old 10-02-2017, 11:53 AM
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Is it paper glued to cardstock?

If it is, to me those look like the pasteups from some reprint. Sort of the "original art" that would have been used to make the plates.

I'd be interested.

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Old 10-03-2017, 07:22 AM
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Yes, looks like lightweight photo paper glued to card stock, both have glassine type material taped to the cardstock as protective covers. I've only found one ebay auction several years ago which attributed these Renata Galasso, but I'm unable to confirm. That auction closed at $200, I'd be in the same ballpark.

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