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Old 08-19-2017, 05:32 PM
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Thank you Ben....what are the different ones you have....I seem to remember a 63 McCovey???
It is a 61 Topps McCovey. I have the 3 different McNertey cards plus 2 more someplace. One is a Goudey I picked up from an auction in the BST section and the other one is in the junk era, no idea who though. I also bought it from a fellow member.
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Old 08-19-2017, 08:58 PM
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It is a 61 Topps McCovey. I have the 3 different McNertey cards plus 2 more someplace. One is a Goudey I picked up from an auction in the BST section and the other one is in the junk era, no idea who though. I also bought it from a fellow member.
Correct pose, wrong year on the McCovey....I have only two finger print variations of the McNertney plus the "clean" version, do you have a third finger print version?
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Old 08-20-2017, 08:15 AM
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Correct pose, wrong year on the McCovey....I have only two finger print variations of the McNertney plus the "clean" version, do you have a third finger print version?
Yes I have very light, medium, and really nice versions of the fingerprint on the McNertney. Here is a pic I found on my computer of all 3. I have been drastically reducing my collection so I can't find anything.
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I thought ya'll might enjoy these. Are these common? Any tougher then the rest? Thanks, Pat



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very nice! Most are massive overinking, not all that common.
The 58 is the most severe batch of fisheyes I've seen.
The 74 Spencer is about as far off as a factory cut gets for tilt. I have a 75 that's way worse, but the person I got it from later said they made it from a scrap of uncut sheet.
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I have a very similar looking 79 Schmidt card. While not the same as the card you picture, I have two (nearly identical) over-inked copies each of 3-4 different 79 Topps FB cards. IMO, 1979 was one of Topps' worst years for over-inking....I do not recall previous or subsequent years being nearly as bad as '79 in regards to the over-inking.

I have yet to see a 70 Topps Kilkenny with color in the card's# circle ....while he has not seen a copy himself, Richard D's variation list hints there may be a copy with color in the # circle.

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Old 08-23-2017, 11:19 AM
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Yes I have very light, medium, and really nice versions of the fingerprint on the McNertney. Here is a pic I found on my computer of all 3. I have been drastically reducing my collection so I can't find anything.
Thank you Ben, I will keep an eye out for the third version as that is the one I do not have.
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