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Old 04-27-2015, 05:06 PM
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I've always loved the shot on this '73 Speier card and found this wrong back for a pittance, so I grabbed it up…
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If you want to trade that 1973 wrong back, just let me know.

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Old 04-28-2015, 07:07 PM
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If you want to trade that 1973 wrong back, just let me know.

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Within the next few days when I add additional cards to my errors and variations for trade thread in the BST, the Speier will be there.
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Old 05-02-2015, 04:55 PM
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I love the Mets, I love 1972, I love high numbers, I love the 'TRADED' subset and I love errors…

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Old 05-03-2015, 05:49 PM
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Default 1970 topps print errors and miscuts

Yall have some cool stuff on here! Here are my 1970 print vars:

Yankee TC and Mullena are way off register. The Repoz is off register, but not to the same degree. The Mike Lum has some serious magenta bleed. The Hiatt Patek May and Ray all have sizable portions of the end of the sheet. The Christian is my favorite. How many times can you get 3 cards in one?
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Old 05-08-2015, 11:42 AM
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I have considered whether this card involves a true variation, one in which Topps made an effort to minimize the bat between Mantle's legs in later runs, and did it in different degrees. But the fact there are so few of the minimized cards seems to argue against it. Why would such a change be made only near the end of the print run ?

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I have considered whether this card involves a true variation, one in which Topps made an effort to minimize the bat between Mantle's legs in later runs, and did it in different degrees. But the fact there are so few of the minimized cards seems to argue against it. Why would such a change be made only near the end of the print run ?

The only one that looks different to me is the card on the left. Do the other two differ with regards to that bat?

The image shows that the overall color of the card on the left is all out of whack. The yellow is significantly duller and it's missing some red (magenta) ink, among possibly other things, as compared to the middle and right cards. That probably explains what's going on here.
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Here is the Mantle with some print offsets.
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Old 05-09-2015, 02:39 PM
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Default 1963 Angels Team card

This card has two slightly different but related recurring print defects. The most common one involves a red and blue line to upper right of lower left front logo. A card without those two marks is harder to find. The third version involves the red line version smudged with some of the red in the white pants of the guy to the left. That seems to be the toughest, but have seen a few of them. Top one is clean. 2nd one has the red and blue lines. The 3d has the red in the pants

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Old 05-10-2015, 11:50 AM
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...anyone ever seen 1957 Topps with a back like this --I assume it's a factory cut because it's miscut just like ninety per cent of all '57 Topps were....

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