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Old 09-07-2020, 09:39 PM
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Do cards with a missing pass of ink increase the value over an equivalent properly printed card? Been hard to find a decent number of comps. I know some people collect oddballs but looking for general feedback on this kind of printer error which apparently made it to distribution and not (seemingly) not hand cut printers scrap.

Example Dode Paskert and proper card shown

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It can. I sold a Titus missing an ink pass at a premium once. Just gonna have to auction it off and see...
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Old 09-09-2020, 02:11 PM
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yes , they can sometimes......but they need to be more "dramatic" than this ...

yours may add a slight premium 20-30 %
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Do cards with a missing pass of ink increase the value over an equivalent properly printed card? Been hard to find a decent number of comps. I know some people collect oddballs but looking for general feedback on this kind of printer error which apparently made it to distribution and not (seemingly) not hand cut printers scrap.value

Example Dode Paskert and proper card shown

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Cool looking card regardless of value.
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I'd like to see these scanned side by side. This looks like a difference due to lighting (and maybe a subtle difference in the cards themselves, which is common) as opposed to a missing color.
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I'd like to see these scanned side by side. This looks like a difference due to lighting (and maybe a subtle difference in the cards themselves, which is common) as opposed to a missing color.
I agree with Bryan I don't think it's missing a color pass. Most of the t206s
with the yellow/orange backgrounds do have variations from yellow to light
and sometimes a little darker orange.

Here's a Downey that is missing a color pass that gives it the yellow background.

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I agree with Bryan I don't think it's missing a color pass. Most of the t206s
with the yellow/orange backgrounds do have variations from yellow to light
and sometimes a little darker orange.

Here's a Downey that is missing a color pass that gives it the yellow background.

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I donít have another copy of this card so canít do hi-res side by side. I am certainly no expert on this but something seems way off on all the colors compared to other ones seen online. Not just the background but there isnít any shadowing on the uniform or belt at all, so to me it looks like possibly missing the brown pass
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