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Old 08-11-2009, 10:51 AM
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Default 1919 Cincinnati Reds Postcards - little help, please

I was contacted today by a prospective consignor who has 11 of the set of 24 of the 1919 Cincinnati Reds post cards. I have attached two pictures below. Also, I have attached a photo of one them that I pulled off of VCP. The VCP version shows that the front reads "Cincinnati Reds - Champions of National League 1919." On the photos of the postcards owned by our prospective consignor, the caption reads: "Cincinnati Reds - World Champion 1919." Any idea of why they do not match? Are some more rare than others (supposing there are two different varieties)?

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