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Old 02-10-2012, 02:42 PM
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Default Razor-sharp Corners

Show your pre-war cards with razor-sharp corners. Extra points for lower grade flips!
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This is probably my "sharpest corner" card. It even looks better than all my SGC 70s???
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Does PSA Ding for a card miscut from factory ? I have seen many Vg-Ex condition T206's that look worse than this "2" example. 2 Razor sharp corners and 2 solid corners, clean back, snow white borders... This card also has bright registration for a Type 1 Coupon.
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I took these from the envelope they came in. The other 4 sets of these cards account for most of the high grade Cobbs in the hobby. I acquired 5 envelopes from the family of a man that worked at the Rogers Peet factory. They were found in his dresser drawer after he passed away....I got the others graded and sold them...they ranged in grades from 84-92 I believe...The Chase Tango Eggs isn't chopped liver either.....




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Nice cards all.
Jeremy, never seen corners that nice on a type 1 coupon before, very nice.
Here's two of my best as far as corners go.

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A few E95's with back issues

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Impressive cards guys, keep em coming!

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