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Old 09-23-2018, 02:22 PM
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Anybody have any information or done any research on why the one ear Chase is such a tough card to get? Itís not listed as a short print and you never see them for sale. There is a really nice one right now on the Sterling Auction site, the first one Iíve seen in a long time, sadly when I put my max. bid in, it was instantly out bid.......so, why is the one ear Chase so tough if itís not a short print ??
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Chase one ear is a short print. Some people might call it a variation because he had 2 poses like Bresnahan, Collins and Wallace, but it is a tougher card. Legends of the Game just sold one in their last auction to give you an idea what it sells for. However, it goes for a lot more than the other Chase.
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+1 There are quite a few 2 ear varieties at any given time on the bay..but I don't see any 1-ear varieties. And some Sp's are even tougher than others, and my seat of the pants guess is that the 1-ear Chase is a pretty tough short print.

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Chase one ear is a short print. Some people might call it a variation because he had 2 poses like Bresnahan, Collins and Wallace, but it is a tougher card. Legends of the Game just sold one in their last auction to give you an idea what it sells for. However, it goes for a lot more than the other Chase.
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