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Old 02-18-2019, 09:10 PM
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So, someone probably has some original artwork from one of these special cards in 1962 and can verify, but it sure looks like the card was produced from flexichromes created from original black and white photos. But wouldn't you think they would have had the same artist do shots two and three, and keep the fans in the same colored shirts?
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So, someone probably has some original artwork from one of these special cards in 1962 and can verify, but it sure looks like the card was produced from flexichromes created from original black and white photos. But wouldn't you think they would have had the same artist do shots two and three, and keep the fans in the same colored shirts?
Too much effort. The quality control requirement was not to make a perfectly sequenced trio of action photos; the requirement was just to fool the world for 57 years.
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