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Old 01-03-2020, 05:25 PM
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Default 1982 Fleer Test proofs?

Im not quite sure what I have here, proof of the 1982 Fleer Test or just missing the black? Sorry about the bad photos, my phone is not the best.
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Looks like a progressive proof. The 82 fleer progressives I have seen come to auction in past years were on thin stock, is this on normal card stock?

Edit: found a progressive example that matches these on what looks like card stock

https://www.robertedwardauctions.com...et-collection/
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Looks like a progressive proof. The 82 fleer progressives I have seen come to auction in past years were on thin stock, is this on normal card stock?

Edit: found a progressive example that matches these on what looks like card stock

https://www.robertedwardauctions.com...et-collection/
Regular card stock, blank back.

I'm positive this isn't a regular 1982 Fleer proof . It pictures Lee Mazzilli on Bump Wills name like the Test card does.

The regular Lee Mazzilli has a totally different photo.

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Looks like a progressive proof. The 82 fleer progressives I have seen come to auction in past years were on thin stock, is this on normal card stock?

Edit: found a progressive example that matches these on what looks like card stock

https://www.robertedwardauctions.com...et-collection/
I also call them progressive proofs, not sure if it is the correct term. I have some full sheets and sheet cut singles from the early 90's.
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I also call them progressive proofs, not sure if it is the correct term. I have some full sheets and sheet cut singles from the early 90's.
Of the Tests or regular issue?
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Of the Tests or regular issue?
Regular issues not the super cool test issue like yours.
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I just picked up this card too. Tony Armas name but pictures Met Terry Blocker.
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Neat items
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Either you have an uncataloged card with Tony Armas named and Terry Blocker pictured or the checklist is wrong because the only Tony Armas card has him listed as Tony Armas named and Tony Armas pictured.
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My bad, I misinterpreted this thread. I couldn't find another checklist but I did find this uncut sheet, even though it's a little blurry I can clearly see that the second card in the second and eighth row (double printed) is the card you have with the Met Terry Blocker pictured. The checklist I saw obviously had a typo.
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Regular card stock, blank back.

I'm positive this isn't a regular 1982 Fleer proof . It pictures Lee Mazzilli on Bump Wills name like the Test card does.

The regular Lee Mazzilli has a totally different photo.
True, but I would think progressives exist of the test cards. They are oddballs, awesome oddballs. Whichever, I think you have something rare. Not likely worth a fortune, but I would have grabbed it.
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