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Old 11-26-2023, 01:30 PM
Zen of Cardboard Zen of Cardboard is offline
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Default 1964 Topps Venezuelan size variations

I just purchased a lot of five 1964 Topps Venezuelan cards on eBay.

I've contacted the seller about this, but also thought I'd seek counsel here. Does anyone have any experience with size variations in the Venezuelan cards? Almost all of the cards in this lot have a side which is a smidge smaller than the standard 2.5x3.25. I'm not suggesting the eBay seller trimmed them, but wondered if it was normal to run across a significant percentage of these which are smaller than minimum size. There's a few where the width is smaller at the top than the width at the bottom. Or the height varies on each side. The differences are extremely small. The corners are a little soft, so they wouldn't have been trimmed to create sharp corners. I don't know what would have been gained by trimming just a teensy bit from part of a side or top/bottom.

Was the original cutting quality of these cards when they were produced just worst than typical Topps cards from this era.
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