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Old 09-12-2018, 08:35 AM
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Until I saw the logo in the corner I wasn't sure if it was Dean's or Heritage.
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Old 09-12-2018, 08:43 AM
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Heritage's are a bit less radioactive than that.
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Old 09-12-2018, 09:20 AM
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The printer that day was let go, but bounced back to eventually do the 49 Leaf cards.
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The first person that comes to my mind when I see a scan like this is the ebay seller tonemonster-1 who, it should be noted, has an appropriate ebay handle.
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Old 09-12-2018, 09:31 AM
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The first person that comes to my mind when I see a scan like this is the ebay seller tonemonster-1 who, it should be noted, has an appropriate ebay handle.
LOL Yeah I just looked him up. He's also pushing the color saturation slider to new levels!
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Until I saw the logo in the corner I wasn't sure if it was Dean's or Heritage.
I missed it and just assumed it was Heritage.
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The one in post 9 is Heritage, no? Looks nothing like the radioactive Dean's scan.
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I missed it and just assumed it was Heritage.
me too
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The one in post 9 is Heritage, no? Looks nothing like the radioactive Dean's scan.
Here is another example to go along with the Heritage one in post 9. Found this one on the net, and I believe the scan is from one of our Net54 members. If the Heritage example is radioactive, it has relatively low levels of radioactivity compared to the OP's example. The other one I just posted I believe would be safe enough to ingest, and the potential for birth defects would likely be minimal.

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Check out this image of a Diamond Stars Appling listed on ebay...Luke better have that rash checked out, looks pretty nasty.

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