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Old 09-16-2020, 08:48 PM
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Are you kidding with that 2nd question of your's ?

Or what ? ?


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Ted, I apologize if my question was inappropriate. I am fairly "young", the oldest wax packs that I have opened were 1990 Donruss. I really not sure how those printers/cutters treated those pre-war cards after cutting them. If they kept them in piles i would assume most of the cards should have shape corners, if they just got threw into huge buckets and waited for wrapping then I would think they do get corners dents and all that. I also assume all these wax packs were being packed by hands and not machine, correct? .....i don't know.
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May be I should have said corner wears instead of "round corners". Sorry.
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Pre war 1934 diamond stars box. My favorite pre war set.


Post war 1951 Bowman box . I don’t think I need to add why for this one.
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Old 09-17-2020, 07:19 AM
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Ted, I apologize if my question was inappropriate. I am fairly "young", the oldest wax packs that I have opened were 1990 Donruss. I really not sure how those printers/cutters treated those pre-war cards after cutting them. If they kept them in piles i would assume most of the cards should have shape corners, if they just got threw into huge buckets and waited for wrapping then I would think they do get corners dents and all that. I also assume all these wax packs were being packed by hands and not machine, correct? .....i don't know.
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Whether you were a Yankees fan or not, when Mickey Mantle came to bat in the 1950's - 1960's, you had a sense of excitement. Was he going to hit a tremendous 500 - 600 ft. HR ?
You had to see him play to appreciate this phenomena. I did see him play, both on TV or at Yankee Stadium. And yes, my Mantle cards (from the 1950's) show lots of love-and-wear.


April 17, 1953....Griffith Stadium


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