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Old 06-15-2021, 01:34 PM
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Default 1975 Fred Lynn oddities

I have been going through dozens of boxes of cards over the last year, and sorting out the commons from the stars and semi stars.

Fred Lynn in 1975 has a print defect that occurs on every one of his 4 player cards from 1975.

The 1992 Kmart sets show the card as if it were a 1975 single player card, minus the print defect.

The 1991 Topps Turn Back the Clock shows it as if were a 1975 single player card, with the print defect.

Nothing earth shaking here, but I found it interesting.
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What's the defect?
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What's the defect?
The white blob in the bottom third of the picture
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Was not this discussed sometime back and we decided it was just his sleeve out of proportion in the picture
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Yep, it's his sleeve at a different angle/cropping. We discussed it in the "Cards that weren't" thread about ones that were made in "reprint" style sets that weren't actually manufactured that way originally.
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That's just his sleeve. I thought you meant something else.
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I always thought that sleeve looked weird. Thought it was a bad air brush job.
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