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Old 11-20-2018, 10:15 PM
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Default 1959 Topps Master set question

I decided to extend my set to the master level since I am already doing the 1958. Psa list it at 581 cards. I know these but what are the other 2 that I am missing? Thanks for your help.


40b,40c,316b,321b,322b,336b,362b
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Old 11-20-2018, 10:23 PM
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I decided to extend my set to the master level since I am already doing the 1958. Psa list it at 581 cards. I know these but what are the other 2 that I am missing? Thanks for your help.


40b,40c,316b,321b,322b,336b,362b
These are listed on the tradingcarddb.com website

416a Haywood Sullivan ERR: no circle around copyright symbol, no period after U.S.A

416b Haywood Sullivan ERR: no circle around copyright symbol

416c Haywood Sullivan COR:
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Old 11-20-2018, 11:29 PM
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The no period after the USA was toughest for me. But there are two front variations to this card, and am not sure if they exist on all 3 back versions. Many of his cards have a visible brown rectangular box near the bottom left front border.

And there are numerous other similar recurring print defects in the 1959 set. Many are listed in the never ending variations thread in the forum and in the PSA CU Registry forum's long thread on the 59 set, including scans of all the Sullivan variants.,

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Old 11-20-2018, 11:29 PM
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Thanks for your help Ben.
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Old 11-20-2018, 11:39 PM
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The no period after the USA was toughest for me. But there are two front variations to this card, and am not sure if they exist on all 3 back versions. Many cards have a visible brown rectangular box near the bottom front border.
So this sounds like It might be harder than I thought. And I'm looking for high grade and centered.
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Old 11-21-2018, 09:31 AM
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If you are collecting graded cards and using the PSA master CL, all you need is the cards you and Ben listed. The other ones I mentioned are for off center people like me. But if you want a list of other 59 recurring variants I have accumulated let me know and I will pm you a list.

I would suggest you visit PSA’s CU Registry forum and take a look at the thread on the 59 set. Lot of great scans and info there
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I can send you photos of all of the variations if needed. I have them all PSA 7 or better if you need a comparison. most of them are pretty tuff to find in decent condition
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I can send you photos of all of the variations if needed. I have them all PSA 7 or better if you need a comparison. most of them are pretty tuff to find in decent condition
Yes that would be cool, thanks.
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Old 11-21-2018, 07:27 PM
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Thanks for the input everyone. I now have something else to look for.
There aren't a lot of vintage cards to be found here in Colorado.
It has been recommended to me from a fellow member here, that the show in Strongsville, OH is a great show for set collectors. So I am planning a trip to hopefully be able to find these rare cards along with the 58 topps yellow variations and hopefully the Herrer card I need. Any thoughts on that?
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