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Old 10-23-2011, 06:27 AM
nearmint nearmint is offline
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Default Virtual uncut sheet of 1964 Philadelphia football cards

Some of you are familiar with the virtual uncut sheets I have been putting together. This week I added another one, a virtual uncut sheet of 1964 Philadelphia football cards. Thanks to Steve Liskey for finding a picture of a real uncut sheet that I could use as a model. Here's what a section of the virtual sheet looks like:

I have also recently assembled 1965, 1966, and 1967 Philadelphia sheets, which, it turns out, all have the same numbering scheme.

For each of the Philadelphia sets there is another sheet (actually, half-sheet) that I have not seen. I am trying to piece together the missing half-sheets by looking at cards that are miscut so badly that you can see parts of the cards next to them. That's slow going, but the detective work is kind of fun. Here is a little blog article I wrote describing the project. If you have any badly miscut Philadelphia cards--or cards from any other sets for which I haven't yet created virtual sheets--I'd love to see them.

For a full list of the sheets I've done so far, see the bottom of this blog article.
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