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T206 printing correlation revealed from T206 test strips and overprints

Written by T206museum (July, 2005)

The cards present here are T206 test strips and ghost overprints. These cards are extremely rare to find because they were considered as "misprints" and "junks" to factory printers that they should have been destoryed and not letting them available to the general public. Fortunately, there are a few of these examples survive and many collectors are willing to pay unbelievable prices just to own one of these unique treasures. From their unique look, they provide valuable information of how T206s were correlated on the press sheets. Since there were no T206 printing plates known to survive and the only T206 uncut Wagner strip could only be considered as a proof strip (its printing plate has not been used in actual T206 printing) therefore these T206 test strips and overprints are the only resources available to collectors who has been doing T206 researches. If there are enough test strips and overprints exist, the correlation of a complete printing plate could possibly be figured out.

If you have similar T206 printing errors, please contact us to help building our database.




Wild Conroy (with bat) + George McQuillan (with bat) + Rube Marquard (hands at thighs)



Ed Willetts + Tim Jordan (Brooklyn, batting)

    
2-IN-1 Frank LaPorte & Ed Willett         2-IN-1 George Mullen & George Schirm

T206 Honus Wagner 5 cards uncut proof strip


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