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Old 02-27-2018, 09:47 AM
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No misprints in T218 for me, but I do have one in T220. I'll have to scan it or see if I already did one. It's got the yellow from a different card. Not really obvious since yellow is light, and the design is a bit busy.
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Old 02-27-2018, 03:19 PM
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That's the first T220 miscut I've seen as well with the caption from the next card on it.

I've had that Coburn for a long time. I did get it off eBay back in the days before freaks were popular. I actually sold off my T206 freaks when the prices got stupid for them.

I did get this recently:



E8 card with an E78 back.
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Old 02-28-2018, 06:52 PM
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That's the first T220 miscut I've seen as well with the caption from the next card on it.

I've had that Coburn for a long time. I did get it off eBay back in the days before freaks were popular. I actually sold off my T206 freaks when the prices got stupid for them.

I did get this recently:

E8 card with an E78 back.

E78ís are tough to find even printed correctly! Sweet pickup
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Old 03-05-2018, 05:12 PM
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That's the first T220 miscut I've seen as well with the caption from the next card on it.

I've had that Coburn for a long time. I did get it off eBay back in the days before freaks were popular. I actually sold off my T206 freaks when the prices got stupid for them.

I did get this recently:



E8 card with an E78 back.
Well that's an interesting card, based on my Young I think it is safe to say E8 and E92/E101/E102 were printed at the same factory. I wonder if there is any possibility the E8 and E92/E101/E102 were actually printed on the same sheet(s).

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Old 03-06-2018, 04:59 PM
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Well that's an interesting card, based on my Young I think it is safe to say E8 and E92/E101/E102 were printed at the same factory. I wonder if there is any possibility the E8 and E92/E101/E102 were actually printed on the same sheet(s).

Iíve wondered the same, and I think they were in some cases at least. The couple of these oddities Iíve seen appear machine cut to me, not handcut or unfinished cards from pre-production. The upside down backs would happen if they ran the sheet through the press the wrong way, I think.
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Old 03-06-2018, 05:33 PM
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Yup, that's how they happen. Either that or they were using the sheet as scrap for some reason, and happened to accidentally put it in with the pile to be finished and sent out.
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Tolstoi backed Jeffries Ghost/wet sheet/something. The red aligns exactly perfect with the red inking on the front of the card

The Kline is unusual too. It's not strange to see the darkness of the back text shift slightly, but this card is far, far darker than normally seen. Not sure it comes through quite well in the photo, but each character on the back is somewhat wider than normal as well. It looks like the back was printed over twice or something
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Yup. They ran the sheet twice.
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I've also got a few e78's with an e8 reverse... so just the opposite of the one Adam shows above.
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Old 05-15-2018, 04:21 PM
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Not as awesome as E78's with the wrong back or front, but a cool Lunghi. Partial wet sheet transfers or ghosts aren't all that rare, but the vivid brightness this card has retained of the Irish American Athletic Club logo from Emilio's shirt is.
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