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Old 06-14-2014, 07:56 AM
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Going thru my 61 Post Cereal cards, card #153 Andre Rodgers (Traded Line), which has 2 different background colors...One card has a beige background and the other has a sky blue color.
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Forgive me if I am about to mention a dead horse that has been repeatedly beaten, but I noticed that no one has mentioned the 62 Post set in this thread. I've found 2-3 color background variations of several of the NL players, so I hung on to them in my "master set." Is there any known shortage of blue vs. white vs. in between background colors?
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Old 06-17-2014, 11:44 AM
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Seems like the 61 set is a haven for these small print variations. On the 257 Hardy card, along the upper left edge a small streak can be seen within the image. This appears on a seemingly small percent of the copies I viewed. More interesting is that on one of my MC copies of this card, the Gene Green card next to this card on the sheet also has the same small streak, although shorter. The Gene Green card already has a noted variation with the amount of space between the title and name varying. The last Hardy I posted is a copy that has some interesting print defects including a much bluer sky and an ink smudge near the team name.
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great post on the Hardy, thanks for sharing!
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...and the Green too

edited---I was able to find one of the Hardy and Green variants without much trouble. But on Green, another seller convinced me there are cropping differences on several of the 1961 cards, similar to minor cropping differences in the 1963 set written about by Vrechek in this article

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I know it is a stretch, but does nay one see any spacing differences on these Green cards between the name and position in the yellow box


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Old 06-18-2014, 03:56 PM
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Nice photos, thanks for sharing these!
I see the difference Al, also the picture is cropped slightly differently.
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Old 07-02-2014, 01:39 AM
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Here's a run of variations on the '67 Topps McNally card, see the sign in the upper right corner and the bleeding magenta.

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Old 07-02-2014, 10:37 AM
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Nice observation Joe, I like how the bleeding progresses in the last two copies you posted.


I found this 68 Wine with the border break along the left edge.... similar to the 73 border break cards.
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Nice observation Joe, I like how the bleeding progresses in the last two copies you posted.


I found this 68 Wine with the border break along the left edge.... similar to the 73 border break cards.
Thank you for pointing out this error version. I picked up the card on the left as the other was already sold.

While there I also picked up the far right version of the 67 Topps McNally card.
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Was aware of the Wise but not the Mcnally(s)
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Here are four more 1963 Cropping Variations.

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