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Old 01-02-2019, 08:32 PM
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1960 Topps #7 Master and Mentor with Willie Mays. This one has a brown bar on the reverse to the left of the title box that is not on any other copy on COMC.

It's not miscut, since the card is nicely centered. Must be a variation based on being on multiple sheets/different series? Anyone else have one? Is it cataloged anywhere? This would be a good one to have listed as a variation on PSA.
Found a second one today on COMC:

1960 Topps - [Base] #7 - Master & Mentor (Willie Mays, Bill Rigney) [VG*EX]
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Maybe now that I can prove it's recurring, I can get it checklisted in Beckett.
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Old 01-02-2019, 11:04 PM
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Found a second one today on COMC:

1960 Topps - [Base] #7 - Master & Mentor (Willie Mays, Bill Rigney) [VG*EX]
Courtesy of COMC.com

Maybe now that I can prove it's recurring, I can get it checklisted in Beckett.
Nice find, seems to be a recurring variation with multiple cards from the lower series of the 1960 set.

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Old 01-03-2019, 09:57 AM
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Scarce but recurring. Good to know John.
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Old 01-05-2019, 08:14 PM
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Nice find, seems to be a recurring variation with multiple cards from the lower series of the 1960 set.

http://net54baseball.com/showpost.ph...&postcount=867
I bought one on eBay today so that makes at least three of them.
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Old 01-28-2019, 01:31 PM
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For those that don't know, I am a Cardinals team set collector. I recently started searching for reoccurring vintage Topps variations, after a few years of collecting modern Topps variations. When I discovered this thread I went through all 119 pages looking for Cardinals. I also went through Richard Dingman's variation site and listed all of the variations on my spreadsheet that I didn't have. I was able to find most.

Along the way, I happen to have discovered a few variations on my own that were not listed anywhere that I have seen. My rule for myself is that it has to be reoccurring. Some of the variations that I have found are variations within variations. For example, the 1960 Topps Lindy McDaniel (yellow blob in the orange area on the left) has different reoccurring shapes. This card also has a thin donut and a thick donut that are both reoccurring. Also, it has a white donut on his arm that is reoccurring. I don't have those scanned. Maybe I will later this week.

Another variation that I found that I have not seen mentioned anywhere else is a 1969 Topps Mike Shannon with a long black line down the left border similar to the Adlesh on the top border that was previously discussed (I think, from memory).

Here is one that I have found going through my duplicates - a 1972 Topps Don Shaw. I found these as reoccurring on COMC. These are the ones I found in my duplicates. The one on the left is a normal card. The one in the middle has an outline around his hat. The one on the right has an outline around his hat, but the entire picture has a brownish tint to it. It is hard to see on my scan, but it is very visible in person and also very visible on COMC's scans.


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Old 02-10-2019, 02:16 PM
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Default '68 Red Tint

Does anyone know if there is a red/pink tint variation with '68 BB? Ran across a couple cards with a weird color variation.....Thoughts? Common?

Not sure this scan does justice but the cards def. have a red "hue" to them...
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Old 02-11-2019, 11:13 AM
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Patrick---I think that defect is fairly common in the 68s. Ben would note that some sellers offer them as rare variations at high prices, but not always And here is another Hiller oddity that also has related defects in the set

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Old 02-11-2019, 12:33 PM
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And here is another Hiller oddity that also has related defects in the set
Al, are there other cards, in addition to the Torborg, that have a print defect directly related to the Hiller oddity?
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Old 02-12-2019, 12:07 PM
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Al, are there other cards, in addition to the Torborg, that have a print defect directly related to the Hiller oddity?
I can’t find it now but there used to be a page on Google of a auction house with a scan of a complete uncut sheet of the series with the 1968 Topps Chuck Hiller and Jeff Torborg, they were side by side in the middle of the sheet with Hiller on the left and Torborg on the right. I forget who was above them, but if either of them were affected with the same flaw I think examples would have shown up by now.
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