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Old 02-25-2015, 06:19 PM
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Default 1988 Angels TL Joyner Red Slash on arm

I haven't seen many of these, but does anyone know just how rare this variation is?
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Old 03-02-2015, 06:26 PM
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For 1962 Checklist #367, the variation has always seemingly been defined as 'light wood' versus 'dark wood.' Well, in looking at all of the checklists as part of my green tints research, I stumbled upon something. Namely, a much simpler way to differentiate the two variations…

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a. The card on the left is the 'dark wood' variation. If you look in its upper left corner, you'll see that part of the white is completely missing. You can see it right away.

b. The card on the right is the 'light wood' variation. If you look at its bottom right corner, you'll see that a notch of the white is missing. This, too, is clearly visible.

So there you have it. A much easier way to spot the two different versions of this checklist.
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Very keen observation on the 62 checklist Darren, great find!
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Old 03-16-2015, 09:29 AM
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Are these rare or pretty Common on the backs of 67 topps?

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Old 03-17-2015, 06:38 PM
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Default 1971 Carlos "Green Splotch" May

I have two of the "green splotch on chin" print variations. I don't see them very often. In fact I didn't realize there was a non-splotch version until a few years ago; green-chin Carlos was in my binder with the '71 set until I re-discovered it & started looking for more. I always imagined the Sox made him paint the clubhouse before posing for his card.

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Stray yellow dots under the team name.
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Old 03-19-2015, 08:56 AM
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Light green square on his glove.
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Large area of the right border is blue rather than green.
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Old 03-23-2015, 07:48 PM
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1956 Topps Eddie Robinson missing the 2b and 3b stats and 1956 Topps Jim Konstanty with an incomplete green stat box line around his E.R.A.
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Sweet finds, Cliff! You're on a roll!

Here's a couple I've found as of late...

72 Topps Santo IA with a "rainbow swirl"
This card can also be found with border breaks around in action without the swirl


76 Topps Traded Jack Brohamer with "peeling" black background
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