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Old 01-03-2019, 09:43 AM
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Awesome article and website Jason! Well done!
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Wow Jason...just looked at your site while on lunch break at work.... enjoyed reading through it so much I went 30 minutes over... Gonna mark it so I can enjoy the rest at home.

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Wow Jason...just looked at your site while on lunch break at work.... enjoyed reading through it so much I went 30 minutes over... Gonna mark it so I can enjoy the rest at home.



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Great article, and MUCH more in depth that I anticipated!

Do you consider the 1959 Cards that have variations w/ and w/o traded (or Optioned) statements traded cards?



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1959 Topps Set 560/572 - 97.9% 1958 Topps Set 428/495 - 86.5% 1955 Topps Set 157/206 - 76.2%
1957 Topps 303/407 74.4%
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Great article, and MUCH more in depth that I anticipated!



Do you consider the 1959 Cards that have variations w/ and w/o traded (or Optioned) statements traded cards?







Wow, I never knew about this. Do you know if this was limited to 1959?

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59s are the only ones I recall...there are only a handful

316 - Ralph Lumenti (Optioned statement)
321 - Bob Giallombardo (Optioned Statement)
322 - Harry Hanebrink (Trade Statement)
336 - Billy Loes (Trade Statement)
362 - Dolan Nichols (Optioned Statement)
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1959 Topps Set 560/572 - 97.9% 1958 Topps Set 428/495 - 86.5% 1955 Topps Set 157/206 - 76.2%
1957 Topps 303/407 74.4%
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Old 01-04-2019, 11:51 AM
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I will definitely add this! Kinda reminds me of when I first got this card from a pack...


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The traded/optioned stuff on the back of cards happened in 1966 and 1967, too.
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