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Old 11-21-2022, 12:37 PM
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Default M101-4 Clark Griffith Block & Kuhl back

We recently picked up this card. I had not seen the back before. The company has been around for a very long time. I love the tag line. The Store for Live Boys. I'd hate to be the store for the other kind of boys.

Is this a common back?

UPDATE - After a little digging, it appears that it is definitely a tougher back. Any input is of just how tough is appreciated. Thanks
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That's like the sign for "live nude girls" So much perkier than the dead ones.
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There are around 22 different backs and the Block and Kuhl is probably in the top 1/3 for scarcest back....
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Thanks for that.
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Nice card! Iíve been looking around off and on for one of those for a while. IMO They arenít easy to find.
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Nice card-- thanks for sharing. There are about five dozen confirmed subjects from the set.
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Here's my Block & Kuhl. Super tough back.
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The Dead Boys were too punk to shop at Block & Kuhl...Jerrry
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