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Old 07-04-2013, 01:45 PM
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Default 1951 Bowman double misprint

We have seen quite a few of the 1951 Bowman misprints so far but most of them, if not all I have seen, have only had printing on one side. This Page/Kerr card is different in that it is printed on both sides. The front has Buddy Kerr pictured with Joe Pages bio. The back is opposite. I don't collect much in the way of post war but I enjoy early, inexpensive anomalies. Anyone else want to show some....be my guest.
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Old 07-04-2013, 03:26 PM
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Extremely cool card Leon! Not only is that Page image part of a misprint, it is missing several colors as well, as the nameplate and the fenceline are incomplete. Nice pickup.
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Bowman's pressman must have been doubly drunk that day in 1951.
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Come to think of it there have been a number of 1951 Bowman misprints lately. Picked up this one as a type, but blank backed

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