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Old 01-16-2015, 09:28 PM
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Default E91-C Back Question

This might sound like a stupid question, but I never really looked into this set until I decided to look for a cheap Dots Miller example this week.

Can anyone tell me if all E91-C cards come with the checklist on the back the matches the team on the front. Meaning, would every Pittsburgh card have a checklist on the back of all the Pittsburgh players? I've been looking at them and it seems like they all do.

The reason I ask is because I've had this card for years with an upside down back, but it's a Pittsburgh player and the checklist is for the Cubs/Giants/A's, so after about 10-12 years, I'm finding out it's also a wrong series back...is that right? It's actually an E91-B back from 1909 on an E91-C front?
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There are some examples like yours out there, I have one as well. I think SGC labeled mine more appropriately. "Upside down back" doesn't really tell the story of your E91C having an E91B back. Cool card!

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Thanks for the response and scan, exactly the info I was looking for. Good to see yours got an actual grade too, because I was wondering if it was legit, or a scrap
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I recently picked this one out as part of a lot. Bridwell is a Type A and Type B subject but the back is Type C?

Would love to hear feedback of others with these cards. The card is available, btw.



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