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Old 09-01-2017, 04:01 AM
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I love error cards but I don't usually collect blank backs, except when they are HOF'ers
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Old 09-01-2017, 10:38 AM
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Nice Snyder!

Just curious; wouldn't it make sense that the whole sheet that the Snyder card was originally printed on likely be blank backed?
Anyone have knowledge or insight on this?
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Old 09-01-2017, 11:00 AM
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I think it is virtually impossible to tell if such cards are cut from a proof shhet or a misprint. Unless they come directly from Topps Vault
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Old 09-03-2017, 01:59 PM
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Picked these up today. I really like the '65 and have always loved the image on the '72




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Old 09-04-2017, 08:08 PM
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Some recent P/U's for my 52 Topps set. I normally try for better conditioned cards but I was admittedly impatient with the Reiser, Erskine and Gromek cards.
The Dickson, I am happy with, although I prefer a bit better centering, but it's in great shape so I can't complain.

The Reiser colors pop so it's a shame about the overall condition. The Erskine looks sunwashed to me, but maybe that's the way they all look?

Either way, glad to add these to my collection.
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Old 09-05-2017, 11:51 AM
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Irv - Great Progress!

Here's a couple of 63T I'm excited about.
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Old 09-05-2017, 08:53 PM
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last summer I helped two of my friends (twins) clean out their late father's house. He was a spirited collector who seemed to have an interest in virtually everything... It was quite the journey... I wore my fair share of mouse feces, burnt out 3 pairs of shoes, and even pulled a few muscles in the process...

It was well worth it.

My friendship with the both of them grew.
I got to know their father box by box
And I got to take part in the unearthing of the coolest collection I have ever seen.

I've never been good at accepting gifts, and I always felt as though accepting something for doing a good deed cancels out the good deed.

Yesterday we were invited to a picnic at one of the Twins house... while I apparently wasn't looking they gave these cards to my wife and suggested that she give them to me tommorrow... came home to find a 40&41 play ball on my countertop... Both cards were part of their dads collection and among a grouping that were freshly graded... They will keep my 39 play ball company for years to come...

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Old 09-05-2017, 09:07 PM
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last summer I helped two of my friends (twins) clean out their late father's house. He was a spirited collector who seemed to have an interest in virtually everything... It was quite the journey... I wore my fair share of mouse feces, burnt out 3 pairs of shoes, and even pulled a few muscles in the process...



It was well worth it.



My friendship with the both of them grew.

I got to know their father box by box

And I got to take part in the unearthing of the coolest collection I have ever seen.



I've never been good at accepting gifts, and I always felt as though accepting something for doing a good deed cancels out the good deed.



Yesterday we were invited to a picnic at one of the Twins house... while I apparently wasn't looking they gave these cards to my wife and suggested that she give them to me tommorrow... came home to find a 40&41 play ball on my countertop... Both cards were part of their dads collection and among a grouping that were freshly graded... They will keep my 39 play ball company for years to come...



Thoughtful, unnecessary, and appreciated...


Nice cards with priceless memories and friendships.


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Old 09-05-2017, 09:09 PM
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last summer I helped two of my friends (twins) clean out their late father's house. He was a spirited collector who seemed to have an interest in virtually everything... It was quite the journey... I wore my fair share of mouse feces, burnt out 3 pairs of shoes, and even pulled a few muscles in the process...



It was well worth it.



My friendship with the both of them grew.

I got to know their father box by box

And I got to take part in the unearthing of the coolest collection I have ever seen.



I've never been good at accepting gifts, and I always felt as though accepting something for doing a good deed cancels out the good deed.



Yesterday we were invited to a picnic at one of the Twins house... while I apparently wasn't looking they gave these cards to my wife and suggested that she give them to me tommorrow... came home to find a 40&41 play ball on my countertop... Both cards were part of their dads collection and among a grouping that were freshly graded... They will keep my 39 play ball company for years to come...



Thoughtful, unnecessary, and appreciated...


Oh my. They wouldn't have given them to you if they didn't want you to have them! Congrats...and enjoy!


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Nice Snyder!

Just curious; wouldn't it make sense that the whole sheet that the Snyder card was originally printed on likely be blank backed?
Anyone have knowledge or insight on this?
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I have owned many many thousands of blank backs including several full sheets, also had many family/friends work for a major card company. Saying that, if one card is blank backed the whole sheet is blank backed. It is possible that a section of the sheet did not get ink for some reason but it would be insanely rare. Blank back sheets, not so much.
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