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Old 11-22-2006, 04:58 PM
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Posted By: Bruce Babcock




I believe these are D350-3s because they say "80 to the set" on the back as opposed to "200 to the set" for the D350-1 and D350-2 issues.

The 2007 SCD catalog lists only 15 known subjects in D350-3 including Joe Wood but not "Specs" Toporcer. Toporcer is not listed as a known subject in D350-1 or D350-2 or the E121 Series of 80.

Torporcer is in E121 but with his name mispelled as "Topocer."

My Torporcer is roughly the same size as the Wood (2" x 3/14/") but looks like it could be hand cut along the left border. It is also darker in color, almost as if it was a stained reprint. But who would reprint a card that isn't known to be in any of the D350 sets?

Any thoughts?

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Old 11-22-2006, 05:30 PM
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Sorry to tell you but the darker one is a fake. The Wood is authentic. I have owned a couple myself and were burned on them about 5 years ago.
They are similar to the Kendig/Opie Dildock fakes.

The authentic D350-3 cards are printed in dark black ink, not stamped and have a design around the back info that is 2 thin lines (dashes) then a thick line (dash), repeated.


PS. there are 2 different D350-3 backs one says "80 to the set" the other says "80 photographs"

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Old 11-23-2006, 11:15 AM
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Posted By: Bruce Babcock

Thanks for confirming what I suspected, Frank. The card cost next to nothing eight years ago so I'm really not out anything.

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