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Old 10-10-2019, 01:24 PM
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Default 1963 Jello vs Post

Excuse this question if dumb but how do I tell the difference between a 1963 post and a 1963 jello- specifically marichal if it makes a difference, thanks
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Old 10-10-2019, 01:37 PM
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The red line inside the stats barely extend past the numbers on Jello cards. On Post cards, the red line is extended about 4 times longer, closer to the edge of the card.
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Default Post & Jello Cards

Here are scans of each type, illustrating the difference in the red stat line. The Jell-O card is also a little smaller in overall size when you compare the two.
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thanks again
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The Jello cards are also a little smaller than the Post
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The Jello cards are also a little smaller than the Post
I remember reading that in the catalog, but that doesn't do you much good unless you're comparing them side by side. The red line being different lengths is much easier to spot.
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They also taste different when you lick them
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