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Old 04-10-2019, 11:08 PM
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Default Need Help IDing this 1955 card

I've looked and searched and can't ID this 1955 card.

Size: 3 11/16" x 2 11/32" on sturdy cardboard, much like Topps or Bowmans from that era.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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cut out from a magazine and mounted on the cardboard. Not a card
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Old 04-11-2019, 04:29 PM
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1955 DELL SPORTS BASEBALL WHO's WHO BIG LEAGUES


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Default Thank you Bob and Fred

Thanks gentlemen. I have 19 of these "cards" and am amazed at the professional job done on the pasting of the paper on to cardboard. My amateur eye doesn't see any wrinkling or evidence of the pasting. Glad I can put this to bed.
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Thanks gentlemen. I have 19 of these "cards" and am amazed at the professional job done on the pasting of the paper on to cardboard. My amateur eye doesn't see any wrinkling or evidence of the pasting. Glad I can put this to bed.


That card of Pafko & your comment make it seem way too professional to be a cut and paste job.
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