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Old 06-02-2016, 04:49 PM
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Default Does anyone know what this potato chips card is?

Does anyone know what this potato chips card is? I found it while searching through an old box of cards. Thank you.
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Old 06-02-2016, 04:55 PM
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I have no idea. Neat card, though. The guys on the Non-Sports Forum would probably know. I would try there.

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R775, Jiggley's from the 50's....they made several themes including military,western and circus. Not high value but they are a bit different.
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Richard just beat me to the punch
Here's the 1950 Military series example



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Default Psa 8---

---w/ 2 staple holes right thru the card & rust marks on the back? Come on PSA!!
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If that's how the card was released, I don't see how that's a problem. Maybe for that specific issue, every card has been stapled. So no grade other than a 1 could be awarded, no matter the condition of the card. Looks like they wisely made the decision to allow for a waiver on that one.
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You guys are amazing! Thank you very much.
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by themselves are not a problem as they are original to the production and final product - but the fact they are rusted should be reflected in the cards grade. A nm/mt grade implies no such degradation. It's a handsome card in apparently quite nice shape - but the grade should embody all of the elements that make up the technical condition. A beautiful card with an invisible crease is still a vg at best - the same application and TECHNICAL grade I would give to the card in question.
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