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Old 05-25-2014, 10:35 PM
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I found this looking though my dup box. It is not a marker, I looked with my loop. It looks like the black just bled into the Philadelphia Phillies.

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I'm going to go out on a limb here and suggest that Topps did not mean to send this out this way:



1975 Topps Mini Steve Garvey; I will call him "Mini Miscut."

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Adam-- is that top border uneven ?
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We are all familiar with the 1966 Bob Heffner 'purple tree' variation, but take a look at the extreme craziness of this sucker…
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Good one Darren. Had not seen that version
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I was unaware of the purple tree variation, nice!
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Going thru my 61 Post Cereal cards, card #153 Andre Rodgers (Traded Line), which has 2 different background colors. Not sure exactly if a color ran out during the printing process of the one or the other. One card has a beige background and the other has a sky blue color. Found also that some facial details are better on some cards vs. others.
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Going thru my 61 Post Cereal cards, card #153 Andre Rodgers (Traded Line), which has 2 different background colors. Not sure exactly if a color ran out during the printing process of the one or the other. One card has a beige background and the other has a sky blue color. Found also that some facial details are better on some cards vs. others.

In building my 61 Post set, I found a quite a few of these background color variations. These background color variations seem to be equally plentiful no matter the background, so I have opted to keep just the best looking example of each card with out regards to the background.
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Going thru my 61 Post Cereal cards, card #153 Andre Rodgers (Traded Line), which has 2 different background colors. Not sure exactly if a color ran out during the printing process of the one or the other. One card has a beige background and the other has a sky blue color. Found also that some facial details are better on some cards vs. others.
Attachment 147371

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It is not just different color in the back ground. The photo is also cropped different.
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Adam-- is that top border uneven ?
No it is the black ink framing the bottom of the next card image.
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