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Old 12-04-2012, 12:11 AM
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Hi Steve

As you know, I do some research on this subject (T206 sheets). If I locate any T206s with these lines, I'll post them up.

One card that comes to mind is the Randall "Milwaukef" card. They all seem to a small line/plate scratch one the back of the card. Only a fraction compared to the ones you have posted in this thread. Piedmont 350 f25 incase you were wondering.

If there is any way I can help, let me know.


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Old 12-04-2012, 01:25 AM
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Great thread Steve !!

I thought I had one with one of these lines, but I'm not finding it in my scans. I'll check the cards in the next few days to see if I do, my scans suck.
Great observation though, I hope this goes somewhere- any pieces to the puzzle help

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Old 12-04-2012, 12:05 PM
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Hi Steve

As you know, I do some research on this subject (T206 sheets). If I locate any T206s with these lines, I'll post them up.

One card that comes to mind is the Randall "Milwaukef" card. They all seem to a small line/plate scratch one the back of the card. Only a fraction compared to the ones you have posted in this thread. Piedmont 350 f25 incase you were wondering.

If there is any way I can help, let me know.


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Thanks, I'll make a note of that for the bigger project (Front differences over all backs, probably won't make any real headway on that one)

The Assortment of marks on the P150 back is something I think is possible. I'm only a few months in and there's already some progress. Plus it's a somewhat limited group of cards that are common. There are some interesting marks on other backs, but they're more difficult.

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Great thread Steve !!

I thought I had one with one of these lines, but I'm not finding it in my scans. I'll check the cards in the next few days to see if I do, my scans suck.
Great observation though, I hope this goes somewhere- any pieces to the puzzle help

Sincerely, Clayton
Anything helps. The scans I have so far are almost entirely from Ebay. So they're the whole range Nice big ones, blurry, tiny....

I'm still working out a way to try to arrange them. I'll probably make a bunch of back images cut them out and draw in the lines to make it like a big puzzle. Pretty old fashioned, but that's the way the stamp guys did it back in the 30's when they couldn't legally show a picture of a stamp or even a complete drawing. Amazing work, usually reconstructing entire press sheets of 2-400 stamps from tiny differences and pairs strips and blocks.

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I had to find a t206 today and the first card I picked up was a Seymour batting p150 with these scratch marks. I'll post a scan shortly after I check for more
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Hope this one helps


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Steve, I think I sent you this Crawford throwing. Two of the three P150 planks have a similar marking run across the "Cigarette" line.



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Thanks Jantz and Chris. The chase is new, and those are better scans of the Planks than the ones I had.

I also have a scan of another p150 Plank. A fourth one, but I don't remember where the scan came from. That one doesn't have the scratch, but is different from the other unscratched one..

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Got around to it finally. These have to be pretty hard to find, all I had was four of them. They are:

Mordecai Brown, Cubs on shirt
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I also have this card that I thought was interesting. Looks like the ink exploded all over the back. I don't think it is a wet stack, the player on front is McBride, who would've been directly over the worst spots. It also looks like just a ton of ink dots, rather than a pattern and the color matches the back color. It was the only card I had like this, so maybe it is nothing, maybe it is something worth starting a new thread over. P350 ink explosions?
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