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Old 08-09-2006, 02:59 PM
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Default PC796 Sepia Postcards

Posted By: Scott Gross

Just browsing the good ol' Old Cardboard web site, and I happened upon the PC796's:

Unreal, not only great images (including Cobb/Wagner handshake), but the question came to mind (a type-card question from a set-card collector):

Is there any other vintage issue with this high a percentage of HOF and "notable" players ????

And does anyone else think Sam Frock's father-in-law was the printer ? ?

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