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Old 11-08-2006
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I think it is amazing that we have uploaded over 750 pics and we have still only barely scratched the surface. We have only done about 15% of the cards!! It sure feels like we have done a lot more than that.

We just need to keep it up. We will get there.
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Take a look at 1990, I've been working on it. I like to have scans of card backs as well as the front.
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Good job.
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I'll try to get going on 91 today.

This is, by far, the most useful picture on this list.

http://juangonzalez.vintagegaming.or...hp?cardid=4434

Jonas can you upload pictures of these three cards:

1991 O-Pee-Chee Premier (Black Only Text on Back) (Back of card)
1991 #237 1991 Stadium Club Pre-Production
1991 Strat-O-Matic
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That is what I need is someone to get me off my butt and look at cards I haven't looked at in years!

Only problem is I don't know where some of them are so it forces me to take them off my list till I find them. Alot of the error cards I didn't put in my books.

I did find this while looking for the black text #54 card.

This is a 8 1/2 X 11 Sample sheets that was made by O-Pee-Chee.
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That is a great piece, I've added it. Is it card stock or paper?

To confuse more things, what if someone cut that Juan Gonzalez card out and wanted it on the list as a single as well?
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It is card stock. The cut out wouldn't have a uniformed front and back which all do that I have seen.
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It is card stock. The cut out wouldn't have a uniformed front and back which all do that I have seen.
I know, someone could easily cut it out and claim it as another OPC card. Do you see the parallel that I am making to the baseball card cutout thread? Here I have listed the source of the product and in other places we have the "cutout" listed.
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I think we can clarify these situations by using a proper description and including photos of the "complete" item.
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But this isn't meant to be a cut out. There isn't a card that you have on your list that wasn't meant to be cut out with sissors and added to a collection. Most covers of the magazine listed the cards it had in it to be cut out.

The 92 Baseball card you can tell was meant to be cut out. The other has a blank back and is paper thin and in my opinion just a picture.
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