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Old 06-30-2019, 11:52 AM
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Michael Skiles
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Ninowski Red Asterisk: 18 oz. Post Toasties
Ninowski Black Asterisk: 13 oz. Alpha Bits/Crispy Critters

Also, Sam Baker has a Black Star on 11 oz. Grape Nuts and Red Star on his Post Tens card.

The price guides have never differentiated between the colors.

Ken Marks has published a book on the 62 Set entitled "Goal Posts". Which I highly recommend.

Here is a link to Robin Pauls site dedicated to the 62 Post Set.
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