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#1 brutx15

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Posted 13 October 2011 - 08:15 AM

I recently came across a 1986 Jerry Rice Topps Rookie Card. This one is unique though as I think it may be an error card, as I have never seen one that looks like it yet through searching online, ebay, amazon, etc. This card does not have the green and white field lines down the right side. The frame that Rice is in, is on the very right edge, while on the left edge it looks as if the same frame is starting again for another card. Though it is very thin, but you can see the gold trim of the frame from the original card. The dimensions of the card equal any other rookie card as well. It just happens to be misaligned or something. I'm not sure. I have been trying to find someone that can help me out with this as I think this card may have more value. Any thoughts?

#2 mrmint23

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Posted 13 October 2011 - 09:11 AM

Please post a pic or scan

#3 Tedw9

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Posted 14 October 2011 - 05:27 AM

From reading your description, it sounds like your card may be miscut, which in case if it is, it's worth less than a normal card. That happens when the sheets are cut. If it were to be graded by PSA they would give it either an O/C with the grade, meaning off center, or a M/C which means miscut. Both designations make it less desirable to collectors.

But I agree, please post a scan and we can tell you better.

#4 cadets68

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Posted 14 October 2011 - 06:17 AM

Scan please
Psa Braves/Brewer Team Sets Complete
1956 Topps Milwaukee Braves 17.39%
1957 Topps Milwaukee Braves 44.00%
1958 Topps Milwaukee Braves 15.38%
1959 Topps Milwaukee Braves 27.50%
1960 Topps Milwaukee Braves 100.00%
1961 Topps Milwaukee Braves 65.71%
1962 Topps Milwaukee Braves 74.29%
1963 Topps Milwaukee Braves 346.84%
1964 Topps Milwaukee Braves 55.88
1965 Topps Milwaukee Braves 45.16%
1971 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 100.00%
1972 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 100.00%
1973 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 100.00%
1974 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 100.00%
1975 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 100.00% 
1976 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 100.00%
1977 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 100.00%
1978 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 100.00%
1979 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 100.00%
1980 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 100.00%
1981 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 96.88%
1982 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 84.38%
1983 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 89.19%
1984 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 77.78%

1985 Topps Milwaukee Brewers 79.41%


#5 Dboneesq

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Posted 14 October 2011 - 05:58 PM

From reading your description, it sounds like your card may be miscut, which in case if it is, it's worth less than a normal card. That happens when the sheets are cut. If it were to be graded by PSA they would give it either an O/C with the grade, meaning off center, or a M/C which means miscut. Both designations make it less desirable to collectors. But I agree, please post a scan and we can tell you better.


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