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Old 05-14-2014, 01:11 PM
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Al, the 53s are neat....what caused the difference as these cards were produced from original artwork, were they not?


Here are a few more I have found ....

The 59 McDaniel has the white streak on the lower left area of the card. The 59 Singleton has the missing print(in the word "Chicago")...the guy I sold this card to told me he had been looking for years for a second copy to compliment his other copy with the missing print. The 63 Menke has the yellow area along the right edge...have not found a second copy of the Menke card with the yellow.
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Old 05-14-2014, 02:39 PM
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Default Elmer and Lindy

Had not seen or heard of those 3. I do have an Elmer with a yellow streak in the bottom border. That same defect exists in various forms on the Hank Sauer card. And there are 3 version of Lindy's 61 card


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Old 05-16-2014, 11:32 PM
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Love those 56 Pepper's Al, good eye on those!

Spokes: The yellow overprint on your 63 Topps Menke reminded me of these...

seems 63 had a problem with the yellow staying trapped in cards with the green strip on the bottom, my Fairly's are somewhat similar.


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Old 05-17-2014, 08:12 AM
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Default 63 Zimmer

Joe---I believe, based on this article by George Vrechek, that the Zimmer qualifies as a true variation. Like the 52 Mantle, printing/cropping differences on a DP. Running down all 11 was not that hard on ebay


http://www.oldbaseball.com/refs/1963_New_Variations.pdf

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Old 05-17-2014, 03:26 PM
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Default Salada coins print variations

There is a very rare subset of a very early printing of the 1962 Salada coins that most collectors are not aware of.

The ultra rare Bailey, Brandt and Williams are a part of this printing. Every Salada collector knows that the rare Brandt comes with an S on the end of Orioles while the common one lists his team as Oriole. However the rare Brandt also has his name farther away from his face. See below.

There are others with this same name farther away from the face or other printing moved on the coin.

And there are the ever popular print blubs.

There's lots more too.
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Old 05-18-2014, 10:35 AM
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whitey - looks like the team name is also closer or further away from the body (in some cases touching the body), not just the player's name...thanks for sharing!
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Back in the mid '80's I bought a complete set of '72's from a friend back home, along w/ alot of other stuff he wanted to get rid of.

I went thru the box card by card to be sure they were all there and as I got to the end of the box I found this Dusty Baker card.

Only 1972 I have ever seen w/ a yellow back. Normal card also shown.
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Good one Fred. A lot of front oddities in that set. Here are just a few






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One day while looking for interesting variations on ebay I stumbled upon this listing:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1963-TOPPS-5...item23297e6ae2

Note, the black ink missing on the left side. Obviously I was never going to pay the ridiculous asking price but I was interested in the variation so I put the card down as a saved search and 6 months later I finally found one for only $5! Pretty cool variation to add to the other three I have shown previously in this thread. Here it is...
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Old 05-25-2014, 05:15 PM
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Default 63 topps fairly

Found a new Fairly variation to go with the others I posted. This one has a blue strip on the lower left.

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