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Old 02-16-2017, 09:45 AM
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Default Please explain "no prints" to me.

Hello, as I've been going a back run for a specific player I compiled back checklists for both poses. I keep seeing the term "no prints" in various resources. I'm just trying to figure out exactly what a "no print" is referencing. I feel I should know the answer to this but I'm perplexed. Any info on "no prints" pertaining to T206s would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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Old 02-16-2017, 09:54 AM
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Well, after speaking with another member it is now clear to me. They say there is no such thing as a stupid question. Wrong. This was a pretty stupid question. I complicated things as usual. Sometimes I don't give the easy answer any thought. Thanks again.

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I am not sure but could it be that the player was never issued with a certain back / brand / series 150, 350 etc? Just my guess.
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It is when a card doesn't match the pattern of the rest of the cards by not being printed with a certain back that the other cards in that print group were.

For instance a Print Group 1 card that only has 150 series print backs and has no 350 series printings.
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I am not sure but could it be that the player was never issued with a certain back / brand / series 150, 350 etc? Just my guess.
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Thanks Rob. Common sense should have told me that. Apparently I'm lacking it these days.
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It is when a card doesn't match the pattern of the rest of the cards by not being printed with a certain back that the other cards in that print group were.

For instance a Print Group 1 card that only has 150 series print backs and has no 350 series printings.
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Or a card which should not exist but does. Such as an overprint card, that is missing the overprint, making it appear like a front back combination that is a no print, when in reality it was an unintended print error.
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Or a card which should not exist but does. Such as an overprint card, that is missing the overprint, making it appear like a front back combination that is a no print, when in reality it was an unintended print error.
Damn, didn't even think of that as a possibility. Thank you for making that point. I'd love to locate one of those for my back run.

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Or a card which should not exist but does. Such as an overprint card, that is missing the overprint, making it appear like a front back combination that is a no print, when in reality it was an unintended print error.
Similarly, a brown/ yellow scrap that exists with a back that was never printed as a complete card.
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