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Old 07-06-2017, 01:57 PM
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nice haul guys!
Irv, you have an eye for 52s!
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Old 07-07-2017, 08:20 PM
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I'll have to go and check mine. I don't remember nor did I likely notice "perforations", but then again it seems they are much fewer than I would imagine from Brian's description. Looks like a couple pairs per side.

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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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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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Old 07-08-2017, 12:55 AM
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A simple add to my Branch Rickey collection. I dig the 60 Fleer set for some reason. Hella cheaper than a 1915 CJ haha.

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Old 07-08-2017, 05:47 PM
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I just picked up my first '74 Topps Deckle Edge card. I bought a lot of regular Topps packs as a kid in '74 but didn't know about the deckle edge set until many years later.

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Some Kaline to upgrade my raw sets.






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Old 07-08-2017, 11:49 PM
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Deckled edge. I learn something new every day on net54. Neat card.

Loving those 52s Dale. Such an amazing set.
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Old 07-09-2017, 04:38 PM
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nice haul guys!
Irv, you have an eye for 52s!
Thanks Neal.

I am currently waiting for another batch to come in but they haven't arrived yet. I purchased them June 21st. Another batch that I won from the same seller on June 25th did arrive. I am getting a bit concerned.
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Old 07-09-2017, 05:10 PM
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I'll have to go and check mine. I don't remember nor did I likely notice "perforations", but then again it seems they are much fewer than I would imagine from Brian's description. Looks like a couple pairs per side.
Jason and Curt, I'm afraid my memory is not as good as it once was, as there appears on your gorgeous Feller to be only several connecting tabs. The Golden Press have a lot of tabs. Serves me right for not going downstairs and checking my few originals.

Incidentally, Curt, your Feller really is a beaute. There's a decent chance it came out of the find from 1975, the central story of my chapter on the Dan-Dees, in case you're interested. I was at that show! I cannot prove your Feller was from the find, but given the nature of that major occasion, I would say there's a good chance. Great story. Provenance is certainly important when it comes to scarce and rare collectibles such as ours.

All this to say---congratulations on owning one of Bob's finest cards.

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Old 07-09-2017, 09:59 PM
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Small stack of 1967 Inserts advertising the upcoming Pin-Ups in the next series. I had never really seen these before...

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Old 07-09-2017, 10:33 PM
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Two more off the 'Bay to add to the autographed set. Currently sitting at 43/60 with the big ones to go.
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