Type 2 variety on 1959 Topps 337 George Crowe. The variation can be found in the portrait, on the left side of the brim of Crowe’s ball cap. There is a circular, pinkish colored spot 1mm in diameter. This variation occurs on approximately 30 to 35% of examples according to a survey of cards.
January 30, 2015
January 26, 2015
Type 2 variation on 1959 Topps 103 Billy Goodman. High in the top border, above and to the right of the “y” in the name “billy,” there is a red line just under 5mm in length. The mark is similar to the one on 412 Stan Lopata. The card must be off center to the bottom for it to appear. This is a difficult variation to find because of its location on the card, and a very difficult variation to find in high grade. This variation occurs on fewer than 5% of examples according to a survey of cards.
December 10, 2014
Type 2 variation on 1959 Topps 33 Ed Fitzgerald. There is a 2mm long blue mark that is near vertical in orientation through the bottom of the g in the name Fitzgerald. The mark is similar to the one found 71 Don Bessent, but the one on this card is darker. This variation occurs on approximately 20 to 25% of examples according to a survey of cards. High quality examples of this variety are difficult to find.