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Old 03-13-2018, 11:43 PM
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PSA has graded 48 of the "corrected" cards. I have a hard time believing they got it wrong that many times.
https://www.psacard.com/pop/baseball...02/topps/49718

It is my opinion that the "corrected" version on the pop report is actually all of the ones graded before the discovery. I am fairly sure of this because I actually sent one in to PSA early on and it did not say "corrected" or "Polanco back". I think after the discovery was made, they transferred all of the data from the cards graded before the discovery to the "corrected" back. Just a theory, but I really think that is what happened.

As for the 10% run.....you would certainly think that one would surface.
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Old 03-14-2018, 08:51 AM
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I have asked both here and on CU for some time for anyone who has one to post it. So far no one has. It was included in the last SCD Standard Catalog that included post 1980 listings which makes me think Lemke thought he saw one, or was told about it
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How about a 1969 Rawling promo Reggie Jackson or Mickey Mantle?
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It is my opinion that the "corrected" version on the pop report is actually all of the ones graded before the discovery. I am fairly sure of this because I actually sent one in to PSA early on and it did not say "corrected" or "Polanco back". I think after the discovery was made, they transferred all of the data from the cards graded before the discovery to the "corrected" back. Just a theory, but I really think that is what happened.
I know nothing about the Pujols card, but the scenario you put forward makes perfect sense in general. Case in point, there are so many 1962 'green tints' that reside in normal slabs, because they were graded before PSA started differentiating between the two variations.
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How about a 1969 Rawling promo Reggie Jackson or Mickey Mantle?
I've seen two Mantles. They were listed on eBay within a couple weeks of each other. A member picked up the first and tipped me off to the second. I could justify the $1,500 price tag, or whatever, without knowing for 100% certain it was real, which I couldn't as none have been graded.
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Old 03-14-2018, 07:53 PM
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Link to the thread with the Reggie and Mantle:
http://www.net54baseball.com/showthread.php?t=219905
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I learn new stuff all the time; thanks for the link to the Rawlings thread.
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For me there are two Mays items that I've never seen. They also happen to be two of two of the remaining five that I need to complete the master set:

1958-1961 JAY PUBLISHING PHOTOS-TYPE 1 WILLIE MAYS PORTRAIT-POSE TO NECK
1968 AMERICAN OIL WILLIE MAYS LEFT SIDE-$10

Are these the Willie Mays photos you were looking for ? I found these on the internet listed as :1955 Jay Publishing New York Giants, ( same photo) listed as 1956 New York Giants, and the 3rd photo listed as 1958 Jay Publishing All Stars( listed as Mays, but that is not Mays ( photo error). Hope this helps, not sure if the listings I found are correct, any opinions ?
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Because it isn't graded (or in a slab at all). I like the look of the PSA slabs for display purposes, so I scan a lot of cards and insert the front/back scans in a faux PSA slab. Pretty, isn't it?


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