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Old 07-04-2017, 06:21 PM
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June purchases, July arrivals. (I got a little carried away last month! )
Finally got my Duke, and a few others I have been chasing for a while.
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Sorry for this huge scan guys, but without photobucket I've had to resort to another venue for posting and I'm still working out the kinks.



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Old 07-05-2017, 03:21 PM
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Picked this up on the Bay but am suspecting it is a reprint, despite seller assurances.

I had understood Dan Dee to be a thin flimsy card stock with wax/oil residues. Instead this is a sturdy stock similar to Twinkee cards when I was a kid.
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A couple more arrivals.

So glad to finally get a Chico Carrasquel card. It was a tough one!!
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A couple more arrivals.



So glad to finally get a Chico Carrasquel card. It was a tough one!!


Nice additions. You are on a good run with your 52's.


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Irv - Impressive. How many do you have now?
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Old 07-06-2017, 10:17 AM
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I am currently at 265. I started out with 148 when I joined this site last January.
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Picked this up on the Bay but am suspecting it is a reprint, despite seller assurances.

I had understood Dan Dee to be a thin flimsy card stock with wax/oil residues. Instead this is a sturdy stock similar to Twinkee cards when I was a kid.
Jason, I hate to say this to you, but I think I can confirm your fears on your Irvin being a reprint. Dan-Dees were printed in sheets, and for the purposes of how they were inserted into the product containers, the cards were die-cut with many connecting tabs, similar to the 1961 Golden Press Hall-of-Fame cards. Genuine cards will have evidence of the many tabs all around it.

I would not guage them as thin and flimsy, but due to the manner in which they were available, many got creased. Part of that manner was it being a single free prize per package, which lent itself to all sorts of extra handling that resulted in creases. At least the paraffin coating protected the card from oil stains and sharp chip gouges---for a awhile!

Naturally, the reprints were not cut the same way, and appear as tab-free standard-cut cards. Furthermore, the reprints, were done in the current standard card size of 2 1/2 X 3 1/2". Genuine Dan-Dees are 2 1/2 X 3 3/4" (according to a Beckett guide of the early 80s), a slightly dissimilar size to the 1954 Topps.

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Jason, I hate to say this to you, but I think I can confirm your fears on your Irvin being a reprint. Dan-Dees were printed in sheets, and for the purposes of how they were inserted into the product containers, the cards were die-cut with many connecting tabs, similar to the 1961 Golden Press Hall-of-Fame cards. Genuine cards will have evidence of the many tabs all around it.

I would not guage them as thin and flimsy, but due to the manner in which they were available, many got creased. Part of that manner was it being a single free prize per package, which lent itself to all sorts of extra handling that resulted in creases. At least the paraffin coating protected the card from oil stains and sharp chip gouges---for a awhile!

Naturally, the reprints were not cut the same way, and appear as a standard-cut card. Furthermore, the reprints, were done in the current standard card size of 2 1/2 X 3 1/2". Genuine Dan-Dees are 2 5/8 X 3 3/4", the same size as the 1954 Topps.

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