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Old 03-16-2024, 07:58 PM
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A couple of cool rookie cards.

It's a shame I didn't ask SGC to only give an "AUTH" to the Brett, but I just assumed they would...instead of number grading it (the stupid 1 is based solely on the obvious miscut, as there is nothing else wrong with it whatsoever). Yikes!!

Having learned my lesson, I attached a note to the Bench to ensure it rightfully only got the "AUTH"...


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Just to show you all they knew how to get things poorly done back in the prewar era as well.


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I collected miscuts (mostly T206 backs) for a time, but haven't bought any recently. My prize possessions in that category are these backs, which are all upside down and have parts of four Piedmont backs. I believe eight are known to exist, though that was a number from 10+ years ago, so more may have been found...
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I've owned many T206 miscuts over the years, really fun (rare & desirable) category. I know some great collectors who will likely post more in this thread...In the meantime, here's a few I currently own...
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I had the Doolan to start, and was thrilled when I was able to have Cy join him in my collection to keep him company. They're sticking with me for a while!
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Tremendous *drastic* miscuts. So rare and desirable.
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A more modern miscut than my usual pre-war variety. Saw this for about $5 and couldn't pass on it. Has parts of three cards. The Angels player is Ken Berry
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One of my favorite miscut duos
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I love print freaks.

From the Satchel Paige school (don't look back, something might be gaining):



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Missed it by that much:











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If I were to establish a prewar miscut set hall of fame, the inaugural inductees would be the E220 National Caramel, T201 Doublefolder, 1941 Goudey, and T206 sets. Here are examples from each set. My T206 is a fairly minor miscut...donations to the Miscut Hall of Fame are always welcome.

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One set that doesn't make the miscut is the 1933 Goudey set. I would like to see another one besides my O'Doul that is more than just a little off-center.

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Diamond Dogs:




Missed it by that much:











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Adding some postwar casualties to the gumbo. It seems 1971 was a banner year for miscuts.

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I think its a sliver of Hughie Jennings on the left:


I think this one has a sliver of Bescher, but it could also possibly be Zimmerman:



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Some more T201 miscuts. The other side of the Joe Lake is printed properly, oddly enough. Mecca's other issued sets are cut pretty well and difficult to find miscut, but this was certainly a more complicated production. The Lake/Wallace oddity is one of my favorite pre-war cards.
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Some more T201 miscuts. The other side of the Joe Lake is printed properly, oddly enough. Mecca's other issued sets are cut pretty well and difficult to find miscut, but this was certainly a more complicated production. The Lake/Wallace oddity is one of my favorite pre-war cards.
That miscut Lake/Wallace is about as cool as a miscut card can be. It might even be cooler than my mystery what in the heck is it E94-like McGraw.

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Couple of miscut fronts that show both horizontal and vertical orientation on the same sheet
 

 


 
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one showing the same horizontal/vertical layout, and parts of 5 backs...
 

 
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That miscut Lake/Wallace is about as cool as a miscut card can be. It might even be cooler than my mystery what in the heck is it E94-like McGraw.

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The best miscuts are those that provide new evidentiary material to learn from. This T218-1 miscut was a surprising find that showed at least some sheets had cards printed upside down relative to other rows. A strange choice. This sheet was probably printed at Brett Lithography. As far as I am aware, it is still the only upside down cut of any T218. I had expected there were 2 sheets of 25 unique subjects in a block printing format, with a separate adjunct sheet with only Jack Johnson's on it.
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Just one of em...

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My only heavily misprinted card.
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Wow, Steve, your T215 Pirate of Meyers is one heck of a miscut!
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I bought a lot of 47 miscut cards from 1975-86 about 7-8 years ago and havent looked through them in a long time. I thought they were all back miscuts, but I just saw the stack and found these while looking through them
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That Ty Cobb is on my list as a dream card
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Here's a few of mine from the binder...
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Great miscuts in this thread!

I actively collect T205 miscuts that show parts of different cards (along with other T205 freaks like multistrikes, interesting ink transfers, and blank backs).

A text list of descriptions comes first, and then the scans below.


Byrne, with a ML to left (on front) (Adkins, Dunn, or Batch)
Jimmy Collins, with either Phelan or another Collins to left (on front)
Mattern, with a Newark ML to left (on front)
Phelan, with Tinker below (on back)

Austin, with Bris Lord below (on back)
Ball, with Duffy to right (on front)
Cobb, with Barger to right (on back)
Devlin, with Devlin below

Joss, with another red card, possibly another Joss, to right (on front)
Killian, with McIntyre to right (on back)
Killian, with a green card with the bottom "name tag" (Thomas or Blackburne) to right (on front)
Knight, with another Knight above

A. Latham, with Lobert to left (on front)
Leach, with Paskert to right (on front)
A.P. Leifield, with blue card (possibly Ames) below (on front)
Mathewson, with another Matty-colored card above (on front)

McBride, with McElveen to right (on front)
McGraw, with Crandall below (on back)
Paskert, with another Paskert below
Reulbach, with Meyers to right (on back)

Scott, with Hoffman to right (on back)
Simmons, with Cicotte or Stovall to right (on front)
Stanage, with another Stanage above
Steinfeldt, with Flynn to right (on back)

Stone, with red card above
Street, with Bresnahan above
Wallace No Cap, with another blue card to left (on front)
Walsh, with a blue card above

Wheat, with another Wheat above
Wiltse, with Titus to left (on front)
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This one's so far miscut that we gotta start calling him 'Off-Broadway Joe'...

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Great miscuts everyone.. here are a few i enjoy..

Pastorius Lake 2 Player Miscut
Sharpe Front Miscut
BL350 Miscut
BL350 Miscut b
Hartsel EPDG Miscut
Hartsel EPDG Miscut b
Willis Multistrike Upside down back
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Griffith Piedmont 42 Miscut
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T206 Sweeney Miscut Cycle 460
T206 Sweeney Miscut Cycle 460-Back
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Just a few of my misfit cards.
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Jamie, fantastic examples!
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