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Old 01-13-2012, 02:05 PM
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Thanks - did not realize the pop numbers were now for everyone to see - very nice, thanks PSA.

I noticed 2 varieties exist, regular back and blank back. The blank backs seem to be more rare for the 1926-29 Exhibit set.
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Old 01-13-2012, 02:44 PM
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not more rare... its from the set called "Set 81" ......like mentioned earlier.
they are blank backed

there is also the "Set 82", and "Set 83"

the so called set known as 1925-31 "Postcard Back" Exhibits is really a group of sets some with the PC back some w/o, and with roughly the same design (caption style). there are a few different types of PC backs within this "set" as well



here is good info ....see Adams post (Exhibitman)
http://www.net54baseball.com/showthread.php?t=133443
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Old 01-13-2012, 02:47 PM
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PS they are now known as "1925-31 Postcard Back Exhibits"

the 1926-1929 name has been updated
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Old 01-13-2012, 03:33 PM
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Default Door #1, Door #2 or Door #3...

Thanks for the link showing additional info. I called SGC today about this card. They were very helpful, said they would look into it, get back to me. They did call back, said it was infact mislabelled. SGC even called the ebay seller and talked. They said have the ebay seller send the card directly to SGC for re-labeling, then SGC will send me the card with the new correct label. OK, nice, but after looking at your link additional info, what will SGC ultimatly put on the label?

Option 1 "1926-29 P.C. Exhibit blank back"
OPtion 2 "1926-29 Exhibit blank back"
Option 3 "1926-29 Exhibit"
Option 4 "1925-31 P.C. Exhibit Set 81"
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Old 01-13-2012, 06:37 PM
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FWIW, my research indicates that the initial runs of the issue were made with blank backs or backs that had a postcard design with the words “THIS SIDE FOR CORRESPONDENCE” printed on them. Later runs substituted the phrase “NOT TO BE USED IN EXHIBIT MACHINES” for the “correspondence” legend, and still-later print runs added “MADE IN USA” to the card backs.

IMO it should all be labeled "1925-31 Exhibit Postcard Back"
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This is my card. I create my own labels for non-graded cards, and I usually stick with the Standard Catalog terminology. (My catalog is from 2005). Is this the card you just acquired?
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Old 01-15-2012, 10:27 AM
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Yes, that is the card, blank back and all. Just oozes vintage, doesn't it. Bewilders me why value is so low, relatively, for these exhibits of upper tier HOFers in nice shape. They are truly rare, have square corners, have awesome real life photos, seemingly everything a collector would want...but not the high price.
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