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Old 02-02-2007, 09:05 AM
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Posted By: Ted Zanidakis

New Survey guys......let's see your legitimate BLANK-BACKS of 19th Century BB cards....
20th Century Candy-cards....T-cards....Gum cards....Bread cards....any other cards....?

Also, these are really rare....any BLANK-FRONTS ?

I've a T-206 with no pix on the Front and a Piedmont back. It is a legitimate card missing
it's front pix....it has not been de-laminated. When I get a chance I will scan it.

T-Rex TED

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Old 02-02-2007, 09:11 AM
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I think the blank fronts are much more rare than the blank backs, at least in my short tenure in the hobby....

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Posted By: Ted Zanidakis

Neat "anonymous" Ramly. 1st time I've seen one of those.

And, you're absolutely correct....Blank-Fronts are seldom seen; whereas, Blank-Backs
do show up now and then.

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here's one don't know what it is

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Posted By: Frank Wakefield

I would suspect that years ago a blank front would have been more likely to have been discarded than a blank back.

Maybe there were fewer blank fronts that got into circulation than blank backs... maybe not. But even if it happened in near equal amounts, I think the former idea is correct so blank fronts would exist in smaller numbers.

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Posted By: Joe Jones

looks like a w575-1 Bill.

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joe doesn't it look like an e-121 also

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Leon, where on earth did you find that blank front Ramly?

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Posted By: scott brockelman

In all probability the "blank front" ramly is a 2 piece ramly soaked apart. Most people are not aware that early Ramly card stock was in fact 2 pieces of paper stock adhered together. Later they became a single layer stock.

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Posted By: Joe Jones

Bill, I am not familiar with the issue, but I believe W575-1's look like E121's. I have a killifer from the same set. Rhett should be able to help out if he reads this.

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Posted By: Tim Newcomb

Bought from Ted Z. several years ago. Maybe I should put it on ebay.........



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Posted By: Tim Newcomb

Also from Ted!



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Posted By: JK

Bill,

I believe Joe is correct - w575-1's look exactly like the e121s, but they have blank backs (the paper stock is slightly different as well if Im not mistaken):



Here is one of two e93 blank backs that I own:

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Posted By: peter ullman

Possibly my only blank back...a t207 mcgraw...and some hairs!
pete in mn


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Old 02-02-2007, 10:40 PM
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I could accept the T204 as the back part of a 2 piece card. It still doesn't have a front though....Have you seen other backs like this? Just courious..

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Old 02-03-2007, 07:53 AM
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Posted By: Ted Zanidakis

The "front-less" T206 (with Piedmont back) that I have was the result of the front picture
just disintegrating and "flaking off" into many small bits.

I also, have an E-card that exhibits the same front disintegration. If I can find where I hid
these cards I will post scans of them.

TED Z

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