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Old 11-20-2016, 07:23 PM
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It looks like the double scratch on Demmitt lines up with both scratches on
this Joss.
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Old 11-20-2016, 10:06 PM
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Default Wallace with a scratch...

Here's my Wallace with a plate scratch..
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Old 11-20-2016, 11:33 PM
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Default That's Mr. E90ThomasScratch to you

E90 Scratch fever for all you Doubting Thomas's.

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As an aside...always loved the colors and action pose on the Thomas, but the face is to die for, or more accurately, to die because of.
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Old 11-21-2016, 08:39 AM
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Default Lumley And Matty Matching Scratch

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Old 11-21-2016, 11:25 AM
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Default Re: E90-1s have plate scratches too!

Wow! Great replies so far! Thanks to everyone who took the time to search their cards. Special thanks again to Pat for the layout. I wouldn't have known how to do that. I think that the sheet may be too large, though. I have guessed at 30 card sheets (5X6), like some of the other small caramel sets. Obviously it's only that-a guess. Some interesting matches and neighbors already. I will have to revisit my theories on the distribution of the set. Please keep 'em coming. My computer time will be limited for the next week or so, but I will follow the thread and post when I'm able. Thanks again!
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Old 11-21-2016, 12:41 PM
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Wow! Great replies so far! Thanks to everyone who took the time to search their cards. Special thanks again to Pat for the layout. I wouldn't have known how to do that. I think that the sheet may be too large, though. I have guessed at 30 card sheets (5X6), like some of the other small caramel sets. Obviously it's only that-a guess. Some interesting matches and neighbors already. I will have to revisit my theories on the distribution of the set. Please keep 'em coming. My computer time will be limited for the next week or so, but I will follow the thread and post when I'm able. Thanks again!
Ed, I think it might be doable, there seem to be a much larger percent of
scratches compared to the PD150's and they are much easier to spot. I've
found over thirty in a short period of time searching. The biggest obstacle
will be trying to break down which players were together on the sheets.
I'm not familiar that with the E90-1's are there any front miscuts?

Here's a couple more pairs.

Bresnahan/Clement
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Grant/Hartzell
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I'm not familiar that with the E90-1's are there any front miscuts?
Here is a front miscut of Thomas catching along with his sheetmate McInnes:

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Old 11-21-2016, 01:37 PM
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Here is a front miscut of Thomas catching along with his sheetmate McInnes:

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Thanks Brian.

Well that's strange. The scratches line up but McInnes should be on the
right for the back.
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Default Re: E90-1s have plate scratches too!

It's two different Thomases, Pat. Roy of Boston is the one with the scratch. Ira is the neighbor to McInnes in Brian's post. I find it interesting because It's unlikely that Roy Thomas and McInnes could be sheet mates. I'm betting we find another subject with a matching scratch to Roy Thomas.
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Thanks Ed, what a dope I am. I didn't even pay attention to the fronts
and I didn't know there are two different Thomases. There is another
scratch that matches Roy Thomas it's Crawford.
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