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Old 04-13-2007, 09:00 PM
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Default Were T206's printed on sheets of 48 Subjects ?

Posted By: Ted Zanidakis

In the past I've been skeptical of T206's printed in sheet form. Just to keep you guys off-guard....now, I'm proposing my theory
that T206's were printed on formats of 48 Subjects.

The lowest common denominator to understanding this theory starts with the 12 cards that are in the "150-only" Series.
I have added Plank to this mix, as I feel he was one of the original "dirty dozen".....Plank was also printed (very few) as a Sweet
Cap 350/30 card and this anamoly was already covered in prior Thread on Plank.

150-only Series cards





All 12 of these cards could have been "Multi-Printed" on the first sheet. My conjecture is a format that was 12 cards across x 4
each in a vertical array. Other configurations are possible; but, this one seems to make most sense.

Subsequently, they withdrew the Plank and the Wagner from this group; and, they replaced these two subjects with any two of
the following candidates.





Here is the BIGGER PICTURE as a function of each Series....

The 150/350 Series comprises 144 subjects = 48 x 3

The Southern Leaguers = 48 subjects

The 460-only Series = 48 subjects

Basically, these numbers certainly reinforce the support for the 12 card - horizontal array format.
And, further analysis is needed to expand this theory to 48-card (or more) arrays.

Well, guys and gals, I hope I clearly presented this theory so that it's understandable. Until we ever find a
partial, or complete uncut sheet, all this conjecture might have to suffice.

But, if some one else on this Forum has a better brainstorm.....let's hear it ?

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Old 04-13-2007, 09:07 PM
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Posted By: Ted Zanidakis

Is my imagination running wild or does all (or part of) this makes some sense to you ?

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Old 04-13-2007, 09:09 PM
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Posted By: J Levine

Ted,
Interesting...as many know, T205s are my game and for a long time now I have suspected they were printed on 48 count sheets. I have been of the theory that certain players were replaced for the minor leaugers and the single prints. The only difference I see is that the t205s were printed one per sheet as opposed to the vertical arrays of the T206.
I also think the Obaks were printed in this fashion as well.

Keep up the good work.

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Hi Ted,
I love ya, but today is my B-Day and I am in Cabo San lucus, so I'll be in touch when I return.... Be well Brian


PS The Weather, Whales, Golf and fishing is awesome......

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Posted By: J Levine

Pretty sure...the few that I have seen that were even more miscut than yours shows them with different teams and players...I did see at least one other instance where it looked like the same player as with yours but it was just the same team.

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Posted By: Ted Zanidakis

Happy Birthday....and, it sounds like you are having a great time.

I want you check all this out when you get back....because your So Lge/HINDU mystery motivated me to
give this much thought.

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Posted By: Ted Zanidakis

Tell us more about your ideas on the T205 format that you think may coincide with my T206 printing format of 48 subjects.

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Posted By: Dylan

Don't some of the miscut cards add some information to these debates? What has been discovered thus far from some of the mis prints we've come across?

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Posted By: barrysloate

Ted- assuming this sheet was eight cards across and six down, you would have one that measured only 12" x 15". For printers on the board such as Joe D., wouldn't that be an unusually small size to work with?

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