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Old 11-27-2019, 02:51 PM
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Default Writing at Top & Bottom... and not a T206

This may be a long shot, but for all the OJ experts out there...

Any idea what card the writing at the top belongs to?
I'm not sure if uncut sheets are known that displays the card.


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it's Goodwin & Co. New York, the same as at the bottom of the card.
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it's Goodwin & Co. New York, the same as at the bottom of the card.


Yes I know that. Iím curious what card itís from however.

When they printed the photos, itís possible that the same card was above this one every time.


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I believe they were laid out by team and then reshot. Jay(oldjudge) will know the answer.
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This may be a long shot, but for all the OJ experts out there...

Any idea what card the writing at the top belongs to?
I'm not sure if uncut sheets are known that displays the card.

Haven't personally seen many of those. Good luck with the quest for info...
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