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 Posted: Mon Jan 25th, 2010 11:15 pm
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Sumada



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Numbers 74 and 76 from the marbled back deck. Note the different image on the bottom half of #76 as compared with OnePotato's Z. Lismon deck above. I have that deck too, and there are many differences between the lower images on the pip cards of my two decks (and possibly between mine and OnePotato's). I have read an explanation of this anomally somewhere; it is to do with the fact that these cards were printed by the old letter press method, where each component of the card is on a separate metal block bound together in a chase along with the type, which is also handset from individual metal letters. This explains spelling mistakes; just wait till you see my #10 from my blue boardered Lismon!

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Last edited on Tue Jan 26th, 2010 01:09 am by Sumada

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