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Old 02-22-2021, 03:37 PM
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Default 1975 Hostess Rader

So, I'm guessing the corrected version of this card ranks up there with the rarest variations from the '70's, since a poorly cut raw single just sold for $76. And a PSA 2 panel for $330+. What do you think the true population of this card is and was this a late change or one printed at a unique location that didn't send much out to be boxed?
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Old 02-22-2021, 06:45 PM
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For me, the Yaz IF card was much tougher to find than the "Rader" card. Recently, I have seen consistent pricing between the Yaz IF and Rader cards. I did find both cards embedded in lots, the Rader by luck and the Yaz IF card knowingly.

My guess would be that 10-15 copies of each the Rader and Yaz IF come up for sale a year via EBAY based on my observations....some copies are listed as the specific variation while others are unknowingly embedded in lots, or as in the Yaz card unknowingly listed as a common.
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Old 02-24-2021, 11:55 AM
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Nice cards.

I am surprised this set and the Twinkies "Black Bar" subset has not received more attention. The Twinkies black bar set consists of only 60 of the 150 subjects.
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Old 02-24-2021, 07:10 PM
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Here is my corrected panel that I picked up a couple of years ago and had graded. PSA 5 is one of 3 in this grade with nothing higher. I had been searching for one of these for years.
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Old 02-24-2021, 07:39 PM
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All or nearly all of the corrected 1975 Hostess panels and cards of Doug Rader and Burt Hooton have the factory made crease/bend at the bottom from only being available on the smaller Ho Ho's boxes, I think that is why there aren't higher graded examples.
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Old 02-24-2021, 07:56 PM
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And that makes sense as to why the Rader (and Hooten) are both as tough as they are. The Yaz is another toughie that I realize I got lucky on.
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Old 02-25-2021, 11:45 AM
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Does anyone know if the 1975 Hostess set of 150 contains the brown ink variations? Or are they only in the 1975 Twinkies set of 60?
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The Twinkies set did not have the brown variation. That occurred only in the full box set.
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There is a brown variation in the 1975 Twinkies set. I have attached an example of Madlock's card.

Apparently, since the set had a short time in which it was made available (April-Aug) they were experimenting with making brown backs for the 1976 set late in the cycle. Only a few were made. I am not sure if every card in the set exists in a brown back variation.

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