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Old 12-04-2018, 05:07 PM
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In case you are still keeping up this list, I have a #13 Foxx front, #36 McCosky back in my collection.
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Old 12-04-2018, 09:31 PM
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Nice Foxx. I havent tracked down all of these but I think I have enough to know the universe that should exist. If you think of these as 24 card groups/panels/series then the following are available:

Fronts 1-24 have 48-25 backs
Fronts 25-48 have 24-1, 48-25 and 72-49 backs
Fronts 49-72 have 48-25 and 72-49 backs

Always looking to finish this project, PMs always open to sellers/traders
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Old 12-05-2018, 09:14 AM
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In case you are still keeping up this list, I have a #13 Foxx front, #36 McCosky back in my collection.
I sold my entire collection, so I am no longer following it myself. I do think this thread is helpful to others and confirmed copies can be added to this thread. I will add yours to the original post.
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Old 12-06-2018, 10:29 AM
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Very neat. How did this happen to so many cards and who was the printer?

I can confirm a Chuck Klein front/Vince DiMaggio back -the only one I own and can send you a photo if you wish.
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Old 12-06-2018, 12:23 PM
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Very neat. How did this happen to so many cards and who was the printer?

I can confirm a Chuck Klein front/Vince DiMaggio back -the only one I own and can send you a photo if you wish.
I have already gotten proof if it is on my list. According to my personal checklist that is one of the ones I owned. I owned 63 prior to selling them all to another member.
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Old 12-06-2018, 01:27 PM
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I bought 63 from another member, flawless transaction... I have bunch of dups but only about half of the 144 unique combinations that I believe exist. I can post an updated list if interested.
I think the mystery is what a full uncut sheet looked like. You see 24 card panels sometimes advertised as full sheets but there are also some wide uncut strips that contain rows from multiple panels. Figuring out those sheet puzzles is the coolest part of collecting wrong backs IMO.
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Old 12-06-2018, 01:36 PM
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I bought 63 from another member, flawless transaction... I have bunch of dups but only about half of the 144 unique combinations that I believe exist. I can post an updated list if interested.
I think the mystery is what a full uncut sheet looked like. You see 24 card panels sometimes advertised as full sheets but there are also some wide uncut strips that contain rows from multiple panels. Figuring out those sheet puzzles is the coolest part of collecting wrong backs IMO.
I am glad to see that you did continue this project and that you could do it without me competing with you in the market place.
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