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Old 08-27-2005, 09:13 PM
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Well, I've got to plead ignorance on this one. I rarely dip in to the pool of post 1915 cards, so I'm not especially well versed when it comes to R-cards. I believe the Jackson card is a 1928 R315. The Shires card had the same dimenstions and borders, but different type and no box. I know Krause's says that's possible. On top of that Shires only played for the Sox from 1928-1930. Can someone confirm it's also an R315 or, if not, what it actually is? Thanks in advance. Still humbled after all these years, Dave

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Old 08-27-2005, 09:20 PM
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It appears to me to be an R315 as well.

There were four different labels for these cards. I believe it is a Type "C" variation.

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Thanks for the help DJ !!

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