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Old 09-04-2016, 11:02 AM
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Default Calling JollyElm & other variation hounds

I haven't seen this one posted here before, so hopefully this isn't old news. I received a group of '62 Topps this weekend and found this "white splotch" in the group. I searched today and did not find another on Ebay or my duplicates. Anyone else have one or see one anywhere?
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Maybe a floating head from the Angels card Darren posted in the other thread below tried to make a guest appearance and got exorcized

I have not see that before so do not know if it is recurring.
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I'm more of a 'mainstream' variations collector, so color problems like this one don't really fall into my wheelhouse, but I haven't seen that one before.

To wildly paraphrase Benjamin Franklin, "I have often looked at the sun on the 1962 Phillies card without being able to tell whether it was rising or setting. But now I know, based on their record that year, it was a setting sun."
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Despite my best intentions I often find myself in the fringe and totally outside my wheelhouse
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LOL guys, I agree you have to draw the line on these somewhere, but I've been known to cross the line a time or two. Jolly, if I can just get this recognized by TPG - the "Sunset" variation would have the best name...
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