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Old 09-10-2018, 06:35 PM
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Pat and Ted, are you sure that Jones P350 actually has the white marks? There is a lot of damage in the area and if you look at the back of the card, you can see that something punched completely through the card, resulting in at least some paper loss. I can't tell for sure if those spots are paper loss or a print mark. We would need a high res scan to make a determination I think.
Hey Luke,

I did see the Damage in that area on the front and back and I think
the one closest to his hat and part of another one is definitely from the damage
but it does look like the rest are in the same spot as the print defects
on the other Jones examples but as you say I would need bigger scans to be sure.


I think the areas marked in black are from the damage and the marks circled in red are the matching print defects. The mark that's circled in yellow is
a different print defect or more damage.

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Nice work. I think I see it too.
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Old 09-11-2018, 10:14 AM
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Hey Pat,
Here are a few Jones Piedmont 350's....






Be well Brian
Thanks Brian, you're T206 collection is amazing just based on the
ones I've seen.
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Old 09-11-2018, 11:10 AM
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I think Ted's PD350 Jones is important piece of the puzzle.

It eliminates the only explanation I can think of that the
EPDG's weren't printed before PD350's that the PD350's
were printed using different plates than the PD150 and EPDG's.
but with the same mark on a PD150,PD350 and EPDG we can
rule that out. So a flaw would be found on a slightly smaller
% PD350 vs EPDG for the elite eleven and would be very
low % for a non elite eleven subject.

It also provides what I think is a pretty solid theory for the
mystery in the scarcity of the elite eleven with PD350 backs.

Ted's Jones is the first PD350 print flaw I've seen on any 350
back the theory I have is that ALC used pre-printed 150 sheets
while they were re-doing the plates for the 350 backs.

This theory is supported by the numbers I have for the print flaws.
If the EPDG printing began at the tail end of the PD150 the
printing flaws would be found at a higher % on EPDG
vs PD150 which they are. They would also be found at a slightly
higher % EPDG vs PD350 with the elite eleven and a very low %
for the non elite eleven subjects.


If they did use pre-printed sheets and they omitted the elite eleven
on the redone 350 sheets whether it was intentional or accidental it
would account for the scarcity of the elite eleven PD350's and they
would be a little less scarce with EPDG's because some of them
would have come from the tail end PD150 printing.


Bill Graham a print group subject 2 has a flaw similar to Jones
and the EPDG vs PD350 numbers are what I would expect
if the EPDG's were printed after or around the same time as the PD350's.

The numbers I have on the Graham flaw are

PD350 18 out of 260 with the flaw
EPDG 2 out of 18 with the flaw

Graham EPDG-1.jpg

Graham PD350-18-260 EPDG 2-18.jpg

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Old 09-11-2018, 02:47 PM
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Pat,

Once again, some unreal work. I really think to hit the nail on the head with your most recent theory.

You beat me to a "photoshop" of the P350 Jones. At first I thought it was paper damage, but the "dots" do match up. Especially the top one, which has same vertical and horizontal placement .....

zxzjones1c2.jpg

Great, Scott
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I have nothing to add except to express my awe and delight in all of your dedication and knowledge. Ill resume lurking again
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Scott and alywa, thank you for the much appreciated compliments.

There are bits and pieces of evidence hidden within the set that can
help answer questions we have. We just need to sift through it and
sort them out and that's one of the things I enjoy about the set.

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Old 09-29-2018, 11:35 AM
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Updating the Owen numbers another PD150 with the flaw surfaced and
an EPDG without it sold on ebay. The number of PD150's with the flaw is 15 and the EPDG's are 3 out of 6.

The new PD150 is the lighter version.
Owen #15.jpgOwen #15 1200dpi - Copy.jpg


Owens Group 1200dpi - Copy.jpg
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Great work! I was going through some boxes tonight and found this which may be of interest. I have owned it many years, so I doubt it is in anyone's count.
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