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Old 08-05-2017, 02:06 PM
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Here is a new variation on the blackout "final" version. The edited sign area is covered entirely in a solid black layer that normally extends left on an even level to Randy's ear. This one has a gap. All copies I have seen do not have the gap, until this one.

Cool find. Looks like a print spot/error and not a real variation IMO. Now I will have to try and find one for my print error collection.
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Cool find. Looks like a print spot/error and not a real variation IMO. Now I will have to try and find one for my print error collection.
Looks like my pic didn't load but I got the card in hand today and it is just a very dark "box" around sign version. False alarm!
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Old 08-05-2017, 08:56 PM
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Looks like my pic didn't load but I got the card in hand today and it is just a very dark "box" around sign version. False alarm!
I got your pic to load for me. It was from Dean's cards. Sorry to hear the card you received didn't have the print spot, have had it happen several time myself.

EDIT: Dylan do you think you got the correct card that you ordered? I collect print errors and have had people send me the wrong card saying "I had 2(or more) and they are the same so I probably didn't send the one in the picture". They didn't realize I wanted the one with the ugly print spot. Also got the correct card and what looked like a print spot turned out to not be there because the card was exactly the same as the one in the picture except the little print error looking area.
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Old 08-07-2017, 03:34 PM
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I have never had such experiences
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Old 08-07-2017, 07:22 PM
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I got your pic to load for me. It was from Dean's cards. Sorry to hear the card you received didn't have the print spot, have had it happen several time myself.

EDIT: Dylan do you think you got the correct card that you ordered? I collect print errors and have had people send me the wrong card saying "I had 2(or more) and they are the same so I probably didn't send the one in the picture". They didn't realize I wanted the one with the ugly print spot. Also got the correct card and what looked like a print spot turned out to not be there because the card was exactly the same as the one in the picture except the little print error looking area.
The card in the pic has a 100% blacked out, flush, background. No sign of the box within the dark, dark brown/nearly black area. What set it apart was the gap next to Randy's head, which only affects not black-out versions. The card I received is very obviously a box around sign version (one of the bubble types) and far from the solid background type.
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Old 08-09-2017, 06:14 PM
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Just picked up this one that has the some spacing above the ear that Dylan showed in the card he thought he bought.

This is one of the dark red box versions. Don't have it in hand yet.
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Old 08-31-2017, 01:28 PM
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Here is a new variation on the blackout "final" version. The edited sign area is covered entirely in a solid black layer that normally extends left on an even level to Randy's ear. This one has a gap. All copies I have seen do not have the gap, until this one.

Strangely since Dylan's post I have found 3 total with the error he described and had never noticed it before.

Here are pics of the 2 I bought last night. Hopefully when they arrive they still have the variation.

EDIT: After carefully looking at several 100 of the Marlboro error versions today I see the error above his left ear is a fairly common. I have found it on most if not all variations used to cover/obscure the Marlboro sign.
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Old 09-02-2017, 01:41 PM
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Strangely since Dylan's post I have found 3 total with the error he described and had never noticed it before.

EDIT: After carefully looking at several 100 of the Marlboro error versions today I see the error above his left ear is a fairly common. I have found it on most if not all variations used to cover/obscure the Marlboro sign.
The "gap" in the fence/background line is always my tell for a marlboro/cover-up variation when looking at copies not described as Marlboro. It is on every cover-up attempt aside from the full, blacked out "final" correction type.

This is what I thought I was purchasing from Dean's Cards, a true first example of a blacked out backgound version that still had the gap by his ear. The card I got was a dark red box w/ bubble version, which was fairly disappointing.
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The "gap" in the fence/background line is always my tell for a marlboro/cover-up variation when looking at copies not described as Marlboro. It is on every cover-up attempt aside from the full, blacked out "final" correction type.

This is what I thought I was purchasing from Dean's Cards, a true first example of a blacked out backgound version that still had the gap by his ear. The card I got was a dark red box w/ bubble version, which was fairly disappointing.
Ok, I get it know, thank you for the clarification.
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Old 09-10-2017, 08:01 PM
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Picked these up last week. The box one looks blue in person, and the one on the left is very clear very little red to it.
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