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Old 03-12-2017, 08:43 PM
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I was working on my box of 88 score, Making a spreadsheet for the various die cuts and other oddities and added the known variations and UER cards to the list.

When I looked for variations, and to see what was up with the uncorrected ones I was surprised to find that some of the ones listed as UER weren't the way the list described.
Can anyone verify the UER versions?

40 UER In the back text excited spelled excitd (The ones I have are all correct)
496 UER Robbie on front (Mine are Robby on front Robbie on back I'm thinking this one is a simple error in the online list I used)
572 UER 84 stolen base total -- I'm not really sure what they mean. If the career SB shown is 84 then the ones I have are different. If they mean the number of SB shown for 84 is wrong....What should it be?

There may be a couple others. I don't have some of the UER numbers, except in a factory set I'll get to later.

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Old 03-12-2017, 10:08 PM
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On #40 Willie McGee, excited is spelled correctly on line six but is misspelled excitd on line seven in the bio.
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Old 03-12-2017, 10:16 PM
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On #572 Donnie Hill, his 1984 stolen base total of seven is incorrect, he actually only had one stolen base for that year.
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Old 03-13-2017, 06:51 AM
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Thanks Cliff!

Totally missed the same word in line 7, probably time for new glasses.
I'll have to change my note on the other one so I can remember it.

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Old 03-13-2017, 10:24 AM
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I have a cool Allanson card with some kind of print variation from that set. I don't think it is listed in the catalog though.
Although maybe someone altered an original card? I don't know.
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Old 03-13-2017, 04:52 PM
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Could either be color fading or the yellow color pass wasn't complete for some reason.
Do you know about the 1988 Score promo cards?
https://www.comc.com/Cards/Baseball/...mos,sr,ot,i100
On COMC, the Larkin (green border instead of purple) sold for $50, Moreland $40, and Boyd $13.

PSA recognizes them as proof cards, and you can tell them apart because their stat lines for 1987 is all zeroes. Baseballcardpedia lists six cards in the set, but PSA has graded 2 Don Mattingly cards as proofs. Could be "mechanical errors."
http://www.psacard.com/pop/baseball-...e-proofs/93085
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I would say it is a print defect, the top quarter of the card is normal but starting at his mustache and just above CATCHER on down you can see where the card has a printing problem, and then it returns to the normal printing at the bottom where the SCORE is printed.

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I thought that, but then also I thought maybe someone left that part of the card in their back window for three months or something.
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I thought that, but then also I thought maybe someone left that part of the card in their back window for three months or something.
I doubt it took 3 months.
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If it was sun exposure and the top and bottom of the card were shaded by other cards, then it would have been nice and straight areas of differently colored ink sections, but if you look closely at the top area where it changes it is very jagged and uneven, that is why I thought it was a printing process defect.
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